From Picnics to Patios: Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Get off your feet and onto a patio in the Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley. In the Valley, it is all about the view. Overlooking a vineyard, a dykeland and a blueberry patch, these patios have the view for you. When in the heart of Nova Scotia wine country, no picnic basket is complete without a bottle of wine.
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Patio:
Tidal Bay the Day Away
The Luckett Vineyards Bistro is the perfect invitation to take the afternoon off and kick back on the patio with a glass of Tidal Bay. Consider the stunning views of the Luckett Vineyard an added perk.
Lunch on the Bay of Fundy
Named by enRoute.com as one of Canada’s top 5 patios to visit, The Port Pub is both where the locals eat, and where you can eat locally. Located in Port Williams, the accompanying view of the dykes is about as close to dining on the Bay of Fundy as it gets.
Pie on the Patio
How about a warm piece of blueberry pie overlooking a blueberry patch? Rest assured, there is nothing fresher. Between the Bushes Restaurant is surrounded by acres of high-bush blueberries. Have a second piece, we promise we won’t tell.
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Picnic:
Take a Hike!
Pack a bag and head to one of the many trails in the Annapolis Valley. Take in the breathtaking scenery at Cape Split or Blomidon Park. Stop into Scotian Gold Cooperative Ltd or Noggins Corner Farm Market for fresh produce to put in your picnic basket to keep you nourished.
So you reached the top. You’ve worked hard – you deserve to celebrate, and what better way to do so then with a bottle of Nova Scotia bubbly? Try Nova 7 by Benjamin Bridge, Vintage Cuvée by L’Acadie Vineyards or Crémant by Blomidon Estate Winery.