Nova Scotia Lob-STARS
Grab your lobster bib and get cracking! The Nova Scotia Lobster Trail is waiting for you to discover the 49 restaurants, retail shops and experiences featured on the trail.
Read on for a snippet of the amazing trail stops that boast stunning views, are steeped in history and years of tradition all while serving up delicious Nova Scotia lobster feasts.
Take a gander at this preview and don’t forget to check out all the stops at novascotialobstertrail.com.
Evan’s Seafood & Restaurant
This one is for all the cheese lovers out there! This lobster poutine from Evan’s Seafood & Restaurant features local lobster cooked in a blend of cream and spices, smothered on top of hand-cut fries and covered in cheese. If lobster rolls are more your thing, Evan’s has that too!
Halls Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant
At Halls Harbour Restaurant and Lobster Pound, you can enjoy your lobster roll and take in one of Nova Scotia’s most famous attractions too! Halls Harbour is a fantastic viewpoint to see the drastic change in the tide on the Bay of Fundy. Did you know it can rise as fast as an inch a minute?
Shore Club Lobster Suppers
A lobster dinner and a dance? We’re sold! The Shore Club has a long standing tradition of providing guests with an evening of great food and fun. In fact, this year the lobster suppers celebrate their 82nd anniversary. That’s a lot of lobsters!
The Argyler Lodge and Restaurant
Take a trip down to the stunning Yarmouth and Acadian Shores to visit the Argyler Lodge and Restaurant. We guarantee you won’t be able to resist this gourmet getaway by the sea. The body of water the deck of the Argyler overlooks is even called Lobster Bay!
Arichat Seafood Market
The Arichat Seafood Market in Cape Breton puts a unique spin on a typical seafood shopping experience. It not only offers fresh and frozen seafood, but they also offer breakfast, lunch and a Friday night appetizer menu!