There's nothing like Nova Scotian fish 'n' chips. Countless restaurants, food trucks, and fish shops in and around Halifax offer fresh, wonderfully crisp fish and skillfully hand cut chips. Experience what we consider the best of the best at the restaurants below:

John's Lunch

*UPDATE: John's Lunch has closed as of October 2023

John's Lunch has been beloved by Dartmouth locals since 1969 and has only become more iconic since, even gaining national recognition! The amount of praise the shop receives is well deserved with their consistently fresh and consistently delicious seafood.

Dine in at 352 Pleasant Street in Dartmouth or order online here.

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Spring has (mostly) sprung here in Halifax! The birds are chirping, the snow's melting faster and Easter's on its way! There's lots of Easter themed things to do this year in and around Halifax, keep reading to make sure you don't miss a thing!

Visit Bunnyland at Mic Mac Mall

Photo day! Get your annual photo with the Easter Bunny at Bunnyland in Mic Mac Mall!

Bring that special Easter memory home with prints available to purchase, with all proceeds going directly to Easter Seals Nova Scotia to support people in our community living with disabilities.

Bunnyland will be open in the Bay Court on Level 2 of Mic Mac Mall from April 8th-16th between 12pm-6pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm-5pm on Sundays. April 15th they will be closed for Good Friday.

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This past year Halifax has welcomed a whole host of new murals to adorn the sides of city buildings and art installations to make passer-bys stop and stare.

Keep reading for details on five murals and art installations new in Halifax that you’ll have to see for yourself.

Warm Welcome by Kristen De Palma

This 40-foot tall mural on Granville Street in Halifax welcomes newcomers in over 20 different languages!

The mural was completed in October 2021 by Halifax hand-lettering artist Kristen De Palma of KDP Letters. “These are the biggest letters I’ve drawn to date” she told Downtown Halifax Business Commission.

The mural's located at 1669 Granville Street in Downtown Halifax.

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