What’s Cooking: February 24- March 3
In need of some ideas for planning out your week? We’re here to help. There are so many events happening this week in the province, we’re sure a few will strike your interest. Ranging from paint nights to tropical inspired cocktail flights, there’s always something fun to do around Nova Scotia!
Lake City Cider
We’re only a few weeks away from St.Patrick’s Day! Lake City Cider‘s Green Ginger is back just in time to celebrate! Get a headstart on the occasion and grab this seasonal cider online or at their taproom.
Time to get creative! Join Inverary Resort on February 26 for a paint night lead by Nancy Chaisson in their Thistle Room. For registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl
What better way to end of the Lobster Crawl season than with the Tail End Party? Join the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl team at The Tail End Party on February 27th where they will shell’ebrate all things Lobster! Visit their website for more information and to grab your tickets.
The Whiskey Teller
Need dinner plans? Join The Whiskey Teller on February 27th for fantastic 3-course Vietnamese dinner created by Chef Ryan Howell. For all the details and to make your reservation, visit their Facebook page.
Join Winegrunt for their Mardi Gras Bash! On March 1, Winegrunt invites you to join the festive music and themed food and drink in a celebration! This Masked Ball event intends to bring you out of the brumal blues with a combination of bright, fun, Dixieland music and cheerful carnival comestibles! Grab your carnival masks and head down for some fun. For tickets, call them at 902-472-2863.
Coldstream Clear Distillery
Need a little summer feel in this cold weather? Coldstream has you covered! Their Coco Loco flights are back till March 8. This flight features four delicious tropical cocktails: Piña Colada, Electric Shark, Mango Tango and Strawberry Daquiri. Head on over to your nearest Coldstream Clear location to get your summery fix!
Feature Recipe: Lobster Cannoli
The perfect modern interpretation to a heritage Nova Scotia recipe. This recipe from the Brooklyn Warehouse brings you a twist to a classic lobster pie by turning the crust into a delicate cannoli. Give this Lobster Cannoli a try for your next meal.
Get local produce from Noggins Corner Farm Market, Stirling Fruit Farms, Masstown Market or one of the many other Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia.
Get local lobster from Evan’s Seafood & Restaurant, Halls Harbour Lobster Pound, Clearwater Seafoods Ltd. Masstown Market’s ‘Catch of the Day’, Gidney Fisheries, or Fishermen’s Market