Province of Nova Scotia Nightlife

  • Club Soda Nightclub - Halifax NS
    Club Soda Nightclub - Halifax NS
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  • The Toothy Moose - Halifax NS
    The Toothy Moose - Halifax NS
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  • The Dome - Halifax NS
    The Dome - Halifax NS
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Province of Nova Scotia Nightlife

  • Pubs, Clubs and Taverns - General

    Halifax Nightlife

    Club Nîche is a supper Club and Lounge. The club offers breakfast from 6.30AM (including for the guests of the next door Four Points Sheraton Hotel), lunches and dinners Live Music at the weekends. Summertime terrace. Inside formal to casual. Terrace: as you are.

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  • Liquor Dome, The

    Halifax Nightlife

    The Dome is actually several bars under one roof. Originally, and officially it was five individual bars, all interconnected but because it was such a draw, everyone called it the "liquor dome"... The management succumbed and now call it the "Entertainment Dome" or "The dome" as it's still known by the locals. The two bars on the lower level on...

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  • Lower Deck, The

    Halifax Nightlife

    We liked the Lower Deck so much we went back there our last night in Halifax. Not only was the "Alexander Keith's Beef Stew", served in a bowl of bread, out of this world, but around 10 p.m., a band called Signal Hill started playing live music (a combination of traditional songs and pop hits from the '80s and '90s). We stayed until the wee hours,...

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  • Split Crow, The

    Halifax Nightlife

    The Split Crow has been open since 1979. It's a pub, clean and simple. No dance floor but that doesn't stop people from dancing wherever they stand. They play Irish/Scottish/sea shanty type music mainly which is popular for this area. It's my favourite watering hole downtown. Food isn't bad and there is an outdoor patio in the summer. The general...

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  • Marquee Club, The

    Halifax Nightlife

    This place has a lot of live bands (local tallent) playing here. Many years ago this place was in a different location with a different name... Birdland (that statement doesn't make a lot of sense unless you've been around Halifax for a while). The Marquee is great for seeing a band that you really like but I wouldn't go there otherwise. No...

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  • Neptune Theatre

    Halifax Nightlife

    Check out what's playing. There really isn't a bad seat in the house and there is always a 'pay what you can' night where you contribute what you can afford or bring non-perishables for the local food bank....all proceeds to them. It's not overly dressy either (as most nice theatres here in the U.S. are) so go in whatever you'd wear to someone's...

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  • Mooseheads Hockey

    The Halifax Mooseheads are an ice hockey team in the Eastern Division of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

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  • Maritime Music & Great Crepes

    The Historic Properties are a great place to go in the evening to enjoy some live bands. This is a busy place with children, tourists and locals all enjoying the hand clapping, toe tapping Maritime music. Join in the fun, sit down and people watch, have a drink in one of the many bars around this part of town and enjoy the free entertainment. As...

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  • Smoke free Nova Scotia

    If you rely heavily on the evil weed you will find this place tough.The websites say there are areas set aside for smokers this is not a common practice. Some bars do have outside seating but these are packed in summer so you may not get a seat outside. Most bars have traditional music played by live bands, most bars have a cover charge for this...

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  • Ceilidhs in Cape Breton

    It is amazing how omnipresent music is on Cape Breton. We heard more than once that instead of giving a crying baby a rattle, parents give the baby a fiddle -- perhaps this explains why every Cape Bretoner can play or sing or dance. As a result, there are many gatherings with singing and dancing to traditional Scottish or Irish music and...

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  • Sounds of the Sea

    Sitting back,listening to the waves and watching the sunset,over a bottle of local wine. Should we go there?

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  • Events

    There are a lot of events in Nova Scotia throughout the year. Here are some useful links that will tell you more about these events. The info is from the mentioned websites.http://explore.gov.ns.ca/whattodo/festivalsandevents/default.asp'This is a general website in which you can find all the events and things to do in Nova ScotiaAtlantic Theatre...

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  • ORIGINAL MARITIME PARTY!

    Excellent live Maritime bands...Lots of Energy...superb locally brewed beer...a GREAT time and a MUST VISIT in Halifax! Very relaxed and casual

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