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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Photos of Halifax's new European-inspired restaurant Eliot & Vine

Johanna Eliot's new venture on Clifton and Cunard opens Tuesday night

Posted By on Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 6:27 PM

Tonight, Halifax's new European-inspired restaurant Eliot & Vine opens at 2035 Clifton Street after a champagne opening last night, where photographers Andrew Donovan and Crissie Brenton (Phototype) snapped a few sneak-peek photos of the 55-seat venture by film producer Johanna Eliot. The gorgeous resto offers exquisite design, reminiscent of Eliot's childhood in Greece, luxurious ever-changing menus by executive chef Jason Townes, wines from around the world and Dartmouth's new Nine Locks brew on tap. Reservations and walk-ins are welcome.


click to enlarge A bright, open-concept kitchen in the resto's rear - PHOTOTYPE
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  • A bright, open-concept kitchen in the resto's rear
click to enlarge The basil pistachio-crusted lamb was incredible - PHOTOTYPE
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  • The basil pistachio-crusted lamb was incredible
click to enlarge Truffle fries - PHOTOTYPE
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  • Truffle fries
click to enlarge Chicken lollipops (honey, roasted garlic, parmesan) - PHOTOTYPE
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  • Chicken lollipops (honey, roasted garlic, parmesan)
click to enlarge A marble bar complements the seating and lighting - PHOTOTYPE
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  • A marble bar complements the seating and lighting
click to enlarge PHOTOTYPE
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click to enlarge Inspired by Greece, designed by Breakhouse - PHOTOTYPE
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  • Inspired by Greece, designed by Breakhouse
click to enlarge The space features wide south and west-facing windows - PHOTOTYPE
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  • The space features wide south and west-facing windows
click to enlarge A cozy side-room features original panels by artist Jean Bradbury - PHOTOTYPE
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  • A cozy side-room features original panels by artist Jean Bradbury
click to enlarge PHOTOTYPE
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