We’ve put together a list of a few of our favourite brunch recipes and places to dine in around the province for all your weekend brunch needs!
Make 2021 a year to remember with this Nova Scotia Culinary Bucket List – a list of must-try meals, extraordinary culinary experiences, and fun challenges.
We’re lucky to live in a province with so many staycation opportunities, and Cape Breton is definitely one you don’t want to miss out on.
The South Shore is rich in history, picturesque towns, delicious local seafood, and so much more. This region has something to offer everyone!
Looking to satisfy your travel bug this summer? Put Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Shore on your list of staycation destinations!
The Yarmouth & Acadian Shores are quiet and peaceful, yet full of adventure. From where to eat to what to do, we have your ideal weekend getaway covered.
If it looks like you’ll be spending more time in the garden this spring, follow along with Cole Harbour Heritage Farm and Rose & Kettle Tea Room’s tips!
Local beverages, a delicious meal and music – sounds like the recipe for a great evening to us. Keep reading for a few brews & bands hot spots in Halifax.
On a chilly weekend it can be difficult to get out of your cozy bed but these delightful brunch options may just persuade you.
October 11th marks the first day of Celtic Colours International Festival. This nine- day event celebrates the rich, vibrant Cape Breton culture through music, dance, and community fun. Below are some local spots you can