Explore the 2023 Culinary Trails!

Whether looking to fill a Saturday afternoon or plan a Nova Scotian staycation, exploring the culinary trails gives you three easy ways to eat, drink, and explore your way around the province! Collect trail stamps with the paper passport, the digital website passport, or on the Taste of Nova Scotia app to keep track of where you’ve been and where you want to go next. With these culinary trails you can;

Keep reading to see examples of what each region of the province has to offer, and how you can experience the some of the best of Nova Scotia!

Halifax Metro

A photo of Seafood Chowder at Evan's Seafoods.

As the bustling capital of Nova Scotia, the Halifax region provides vibrant waterfront experiences, a dynamic bar and restaurant scene, along with numerous unique neighbourhoods – each with their own unique flare and personality.

South Shore

A photo of a flight at Boxing Rock paired with food.

Home to fresh seafood, picturesque coastal communities, and the iconic Bluenose II, the South Shore is just a short drive from the Halifax Metro Region and the Annapolis Valley, and makes a perfect culinary trip location!

Yarmouth & Acadian Shore

A photo of a bowl of chowder topped with lobster meat at La Cuisine Robicheau

Full of fresh seafood and rich in Acadian culture and history, the Yarmouth & Acadian Shore is a great place to connect with community heritage.

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley

Dining area at Tangled Garden

Home to wine country, rolling apple orchards, and the worlds highest tides, the Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley region is the agricultural hub of the province and boasts an excess of exciting trail stops.

Northumberland Shore

Four people sit at a picnic table while they're served by someone in a pink shirt

Filled with warm water beaches and coastal vineyards, the Northumberland Shore is a picturesque location for a beachy staycation.

Cape Breton Island

Woman holds up a whisky tasting glass in front of a fire. There are four other tasting glasses in the image. There is a stone wall in the background.

Single malt whiskey, Celtic and Acadian culture, fresh seafood, rugged scenery- these are just a few of the experiences to be had during a Cape Breton Staycation.

Eastern Shore

The outdoor adventure capital of the province, the Eastern Shore boasts year-round surfing and wild coastal scenery.

For a complete list of all 3 culinary trails and their stops, head to our app or to each trail’s respective website. Please contact each business directly for information regarding offerings, availability, and hours of operation.

Follow the trails. Capture the moments. Collect the stamps. Get the prizes. What will you discover on the Nova Scotia Culinary Trails?

For more of our Taste of Nova Scotia events, news and recipes delivered directly to your inbox, subscribe to our Taste of Nova Scotia email.

Leave a Reply