Without a country, what defines a people? Simon Thibault takes us to his Acadia, where family and homely food give a sense of place.
Chris and Melissa Velden, and the experiences that they offer, exemplify Nova Scotia as an international culinary destination.
Server, front-of-house Manager and sommelier Nicole Raufeisen is the reason many regulars frequent Little Oak on the Halifax waterfront.
What do you get when you combine an apple scientist, a winemaker and a cider-maker? Something Different!
Grand Banker owner, Adam Bower, is deeply connected and proud of the town he grew up in. This enthusiasm shows both on his menu and in the dining room.
Ten years of NOVA 7. Listed in Gordon Ramsay’s three-star London restaurant. Top-selling wine at the NSLC. Benjamin Bridge has a lot to celebrate!
As the sun begins to set, follow the symphony of surf to the shoreline to embark on a savoury evening feast of the senses well into the night.
Jean-Pierre Gallois and Yseult Bertic have been transforming chocolate into works of art at Gourmandises Avenue Chocolaterie for more than a decade.
Taste of Nova Scotia is made up of over 185 diverse culinary businesses throughout our province. This short video provides a glimpse into the passionate people, places and delicious products that make Nova Scotia such a special place.
Learn what makes Agricola Street Brasserie an award winning Halifax restaurant where neighbours can enjoy seasonal cooking with robust dishes, and slow–cooked food in a warm setting.