Digging for brewer’s gold

Digging for brewer’s gold

posted by WHITNEY MORAN, Sep 25/14

The first Atlantic Canadian Beer Awards are coming to town. comments      0

Step into the Light

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Step into the Light

posted by JESSICA EMIN, Sep 25/14

With a 70-year-old family farm and a small team dedicated to growing organic grapes, Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards aims to be Nova Scotia’s first certified biodynamic winemaker. comments      0


Cheers! It's the Fall Wine issue!

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Cheers! It's the Fall Wine issue!

Sep 25/14

Got that drinking feeling? comments      0


Meet your winemaker

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Meet your winemaker

posted by JESSICA EMIN, Sep 25/14

Six of Nova Scotia’s winemakers take time from their harvests to share what they do, like and think when they aren’t fulfilling their Dionysian calling comments      0


Local wines to fall for

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Local wines to fall for

posted by MELISSA BUOTE AND ALLISON SAUNDERS, Sep 25/14

Local wines to fall for comments      0


Everything’s  coming up rosés

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Everything’s coming up rosés

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 25/14

Pretty pink rosés aren’t just for warm weather and sweet-toothed drinkers—these days they’re flexible, complex, food-friendly and the perfect autumn wine comments      0


Yay for Ray

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Yay for Ray

Sep 23/14

Ray's Lebanese Cuisine celebrates its grand opening in Burnside comments      2


Looking back on Alimentary Ideas

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Looking back on Alimentary Ideas

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 19/14

"It feels like a lucky time to be digesting things in Nova Scotia, whether it’s food or thoughts" comments      1


The Seahorse is moving to Hell

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The Seahorse is moving to Hell

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Sep 18/14

One of Nova Scotia's oldest bars is leaving Argyle to shack up with The Marquee comments      0


Living on the veg

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Living on the veg

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 18/14

Atlantic Canada’s first VegFest invites vegans and bacon-lovers alike to talk about great food, local business and living, and eating, mindfully. comments      2


Sheep preview: Meet Harrier Hill farm

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Sheep preview: Meet Harrier Hill farm

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 18/14

“There’s still a nostalgia in farming.” Introducing the pair behind Scotsburn’s Harrier Hill. comments      0


Alimentary, my dear

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Alimentary, my dear

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 11/14

Rustik Magazine goes offline with Alimentary Ideas, a day-long event dedicated to food and words that’s bringing internationally renowned writers to Chester. comments      0


Living the High Life

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Living the High Life

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Sep 9/14

Spring Garden Road's members only vapour lounge, High Life Social Club, is open for visitors comments      2


Reader Restaurant Reviews


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Yeh! Frozen Yogurt and Cafe

Posted by BabyFish Mouth, Sep 28/14 at 7:09PM

Tiny little space, with practically no seating and only a few flavours of yogurt. The entire operation is self-serve, from picking up more »

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Piez Bistro

Posted by vista, Sep 26/14 at 11:25AM

We've now eaten here four times! The food was fantastic each and every time, lots of flavor, consistancy, great staff. Having to more »

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Nena's Breakfast House

Posted by Dan Freeman, Sep 19/14 at 5:46PM

Diner style....damn good food at good prices prepared and served by good people. Go once and you will go again! more »

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Trapeze Restaurant

Posted by Brenda Shaw, Sep 13/14 at 11:16AM

Went for breakfast after gaming all night. Horrible. Eggs icy cold, the fat strips in the bacon,were that WHITE.RAW.Pancakes seemed heated up more »

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