Nova Scotia’s own food network keeps churning out TV stars

Nova Scotia’s own food network keeps churning out TV stars

Want to be on Top Chef? For Stéphane Levac, it helped having show alumni for friends.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 17/21


Bring home the bacon, literally

Bring home the bacon, literally

Charboyz partners with local farmers to deliver monthly meat boxes with a twist.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 7/21


The Dish: My big Greek feast

The Dish: My big Greek feast

Blue Olive delivers the spirit of a family meal with none of the prep.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 6/21


Don’t put all your mini eggs in one basket

Don’t put all your mini eggs in one basket

7 local treats to enjoy on the sweetest holiday long weekend of the year.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 2/21


First look: Sapori Italian Street Food and market

First look: Sapori Italian Street Food and market

The take-out-friendly restaurant envisions an Italian piazza on the Halifax waterfront.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 2/21


The Dish: Meatballs are the hero at Rinaldo’s

The Dish: Meatballs are the hero at Rinaldo’s

Housemade meatballs, two types of cheese, tomato sauce and garlic mayo. Need we say more?

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 18/21


The Dish: The many kebabs at 902 Restaurant

The Dish: The many kebabs at 902 Restaurant

Why choose between chicken, beef and lamb when you can have all three?

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 12/21


The Dish: Korean fried chicken at Backoos

The Dish: Korean fried chicken at Backoos

Sweet and spicy, this ain't the Colonel's KFC.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 4/21


The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

This Egyptian version of the chickpea-based vegetarian mainstay is a 'pea-free zone.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 25/21


Syriana Market opens new location with on-site restaurant

Syriana Market opens new location with on-site restaurant

From Gladstone to Strawberry Hill for more room, and more offerings.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 11/21


Seaport Market changes a long time coming

Seaport Market changes a long time coming

Weekday traffic was dwindling even before the effects of COVID-19 took hold, and many long-time vendors have packed up for greener pastures.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 5/21


Chenpapa departure an indication of larger changes at Seaport Market

Chenpapa departure an indication of larger changes at Seaport Market

The Chens are retiring after more than 30 years, but worry other vendors won’t be able to survive the shift to a weekend-only market.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 4/21


How to apply for benefits if you’re laid off in 2021

How to apply for benefits if you’re laid off in 2021

Tips for retail or restaurant employees on applying for the Canada Recovery Benefit.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Jan 21/21


An ode to 25+ Halifax businesses that closed in 2020

An ode to 25+ Halifax businesses that closed in 2020

Remembering the restaurants and shops knocked down by the pandemic, big box stores, reno-victions and circumstance.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Dec 23/20


Syrian cheese in the north end

Syrian cheese in the north end

Dairy Sweet Moon will start selling “any moment now.”

By VICTORIA WALTON, Dec 3/20


The art of charcuterie

The art of charcuterie

Honey Bliss Box sells delicious pre-made boards and boxes for your snacking pleasure.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Dec 3/20


We love that Halifax got baked

We love that Halifax got baked

LF Bakery didn’t just endure the pandemic, they thrived.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Nov 12/20


The Coast is back with the 26th annual Best Of Halifax readers' survey results

The Coast is back with the 26th annual Best Of Halifax readers' survey results

Special for this pandemic year, the theme is reasons we love the city.

Nov 12/20


Obladee celebrates a decade of sophisticated style

Obladee celebrates a decade of sophisticated style

The Barrington Street wine bar celebrates ten years in business this month.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 22/20


Breweries leave craft brewing association after controversial comments by executive director

Breweries leave craft brewing association after controversial comments by executive director

Both North Brewing and Big Spruce have left the industry group

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 21/20


Hungry for more

Hungry for more

How COVID-19 is exacerbating university students’ food insecurity.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 15/20


5 ways Halifax restaurants can show solidarity with Mi’kmaq lobster fishers

5 ways Halifax restaurants can show solidarity with Mi’kmaq lobster fishers

Believe it or not, you have a stake in the issue.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Sep 24/20


New cafe in Keshen Goodman Library builds community through food

New cafe in Keshen Goodman Library builds community through food

The new Stone Hearth Bakery provides employment experience and a space for community members to connect with each other in Clayton Park.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Sep 24/20


Challah at your girl

Challah at your girl

There's a new bakery bringing Jewish heritage to Halifax.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Sep 16/20


The last days of the old Lion's Head

The last days of the old Lion's Head

The decades-old tavern will move to its new home next month.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Sep 10/20


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