Quality Inn & Suites Bayer's Lake

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

980 Parkland Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3M 4Y7, Canada
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Pubs with live music

by valtor

We would like to go to a pub with live Irish music / or music of 60th, 70th. We are 50 + / 60 +. Are HALIFAX ALEHOUSE and THE LOWER DECK PUB the good place for people of our age, or most of the people there are young and the place is very noisy?

Can you recommend some restaurants with live music?

Re: Pubs with live music

by MapleMoose

The best Irish music is normally found at the Old Triangle which is downtown very near the harbour. it is a mixed age crowd and I am in your age group and am comfortable there. Another Irish pub is Durty Nellys on Argyle St. It sometimes has music and sometimes not. The two you mentioned are also mixed ages
and have live music on certain nights. If you are going to be in Halifax on St. Patrick's Day expect long lineups. The Old Triangle opens at 7 am (yes, the bar is open) and there is guaranteed to be people waiting at 7 am for breakfast, beer and Irish music. Now, if you are talking Saturdays, you may want to consider the regular matinees, especially at the Father's Moustache on Spring Garden Rd. where there is blues music and lots of more "mature" people. Also a good menu. Pick up a free copy of Coast Newspaper which has weekly listings and comes out on Thursday. You can also check the website http://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/EventSearch?sortType=date&eventSection=1364652&eventCategory=1546712
There are many more bars to choose from but if you want the music and not a lot of noise, it will be tough, especially if it is on Wednesday!

Re: Pubs with live music

by Dester

I was chatting with my niece today, and she says basically the same thing:
lower deck is good, but alehouse would be mostly young people. Split crow is great for music and atmosphere but if your there on a saturday of friday night it will be mostly youngins'.
Actually the old triangle would be good too, i would suggest that one for sure, lots of older folks there, and the old triangle usually has great music too. Also great food!

http://www.oldtriangle.com/home.php?site_id=1

Re: Pubs with live music

by valtor

Thank you. I see that you both are for Old Triangle! I checked also the reviews on the net and all are very good.
So, we'll go there!

Thanks again.

Re: Pubs with live music

by pieter_jan_v

There are free flyers/live music guides at most bars; also published in the local newspaper weekly.

Most live groups are circkling from Thursday to Sundaynight in a fixed number of locations.

Next the good 2 pubs that already were recommended I like to add The Henry House and Pogue Fado.


PJ

Re: Pubs with live music

by valtor

Thanks, PJ. I'll look for the flyer, it will help.

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Sunset on the lake

by easterntrekker

We live on a little woodland lake . When life doesn't get in the way , I like to take the time to look up and watch the soft pink sunset on our own tiny spot in the world. This photo was taken in may . One of my favorite times in Nova Scotia!!

Halifax Public Library

by arasnosliw

You're probably thinking that the library is the last place you want to spend your time while visiting Halifax, but keep this in mind: it offers free internet! Yep, and even visitors are allowed to use the computers without the need of a library card. If you are in town and looking for a free place to check your email, do your work, or research the internet, find one of the branches and pop right in.

The main branch is located on Spring Hill Road, just in the heart of downtown.

Here is the address:
5381 Spring Garden Road
Halifax B3J 1E9
(902) 490-5700

Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday: 10 am - 9 pm
Friday and Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 2-5 pm

Click on this link to visit website for other branches and more information

A Raunchy History

by RobDavis

Halifax is a town that takes pride in it's history of debauchery. Early in it's history, it was a popular port where alcohol and prostitutes were easily available to sea-weary travellers. It was also the main location for England's Privateers (basically Pirates that were working for the crown, raiding American shipping).
The downtown still shows some evidence of this dark past, but things are now a little more civil. The Historic Properties area is not as commercial as one might expect, and the downtown and Citadel are relatively free of the typical tourist attraction commercialism that is so common in other towns.
But in honour of it's earliest inhabitants, Halifax is still a "party town" where there are numerous pubs, taverns, and watering holes. The prostitution scene appears to have been cleaned up on Hollis Street in recent years, but you can still find alcohol on almost every downtown street corner!

Take a ride on the ferries...

by TheBelangers

Take a ride on the ferries that pass back and forth from Halifax to it's sister city, Dartmouth. It is a 15 minute ride from side to side, and on the Dartmouth - Hailfax run, you get to see the finest side of Halifax's buildings and the bridge - from the harbour! The hustle and bustle of Spring Garden Road. People watching from the windows of the Second Cup is awesome!

walk the boardwalk on the...

by Flyrod

walk the boardwalk on the waterfront which includes historic properties the ocean and waterfront definitely the water one of the main reasons that I moved to Halifax and one of my favorite places to see and meet people

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Address: 980 Parkland Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3M 4Y7, Canada