What’s Cooking in Nova Scotia September 22 to 29?
Bring family and friends together to try something new! From corn boils and lobster to wine and oysters, there is lots going on to help embrace the new fall season. See what’s cooking in Nova Scotia this week:
September 21 – New Fall Menu Release
Fleur de Sel has just released their final menu for 2015! Stop in to visit and enjoy tons of delicious, local food and beverages.
The NSCC “Fresh Twenty One” Harvest Dinner happens this evening – a delicious seasonal dinner you won’t want to miss, so book your spot now. $75 plus tax with all proceeds going to Nourish N.S.. To buy tickets, contact Brad at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-491-4961.
September 25 to 26
The NSLC Port of Wines Festival features over 300 wines from around the world paired with Nova Scotia-inspired food items from Sober Island Oysters, Morris East, The Kilted Chef and Harbour City Bar & Grill.
From 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. the Masstown Market Lighthouse Wharf will be celebrating their second annual Lobster Corn Boil. Local clams, lobster and corn boiled on their wharf with live music from the Elliot brothers.
NOTE: There’s only a few weeks left to visit Masstown Market’s Catch of the Bay fish and chip boat, open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
September 25 to 26
Starting Friday at 11:00 a.m., the Halifax Waterfront will be filled with traditional German food, music, and Garrison’s Hemmerschlagen Brau to celebrate the 2015 Halifax Oktoberfest.
September 26 to 27
Feeling especially outgoing? Make reservations for a world-famous lobster supper at the Shore Club and then dance away the evening to the sounds of Rasta Gumbo. Call 902-857-9555 to reserve!
Save the Date:
- October 2, 2015: This year’s Planters Ridge Loop Harvest Dinner includes a five course dinner prepared by chef Michael Howell. Each course will be paired with a Planters Ridge Wine and a Devour Food & Film Fest short film.
- October 2-4, 2015: Treat your palate with local food and wine while supporting a good cause. Avondale Sky Winery and D’Vine Morsels have partnered with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to help raise awareness and proceeds for their Cook for the Cure event.
- October 3, 2015: All you can eat oysters plus local craft beer and wine at the Halifax Oyster Fest on the waterfront.
- October 3, 2015: An evening dedicated to celebrating Nova Scotia wines at Le Caveau Restaurant. Local food and beverages from Sober Island, Planters Ridge, Grand Pre Wines and more. Call 902- 542-7177 for tickets or more information.
- October 3, 2015: Harvest Festival – Come to the Wolfville Farmers’ Market to help celebrate the bounties of the harvest with gorgeous wines, craft beers and locally sourced food pairings prepared by area chefs.
- October 4, 2015: Celebrate with Avondale Sky Winery on their fourth anniversary. They’ll be roasting a pig and sampling wine, with proceeds going to the Building Fund of the Avondale United Church.
- October 9, 2015: Give thanks at White Point Beach Resort during a weekend of live entertainment, daily programs and a delightful Thanksgiving Day Dinner Buffet. Check out their menu full of tasty, local products.
- October 11 to 12, 2015: Spend quality time at the Chanterelle Country Inn and enjoy their annual Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday October 11 and Monday. Serving between 5:00 pm and 8:00pm
- October 15– Try Propeller Brewery‘s Nocturne Lager during Nocturne Halifax’s opening night while celebrating the arts scene in Halifax.
- October 16-18, 2015: Get Spirited Away in Lunenburg with Nova Scotia’s first ever Craft Spirits Festival.
- October 23-24, 2015: Ready to jig? Join in the fun at this year’s Re-Jigged Festival– It’s going to be bigger, better and best of all…. it’s happening in downtown Dartmouth.
- October 29, 2015: Delta Hotels presents – Raise a Little Hellp. Not your average fundraiser – with award winning musicians, regional food and drink, and a lively silent auction.
- November 4-8, 2015: This November join Devour! The Food Film Fest for five days of film, food and wine. DevourFest. #eatitup!