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Shore Club

Shore Club



After 87 years of business, it’s no question that the Shore Club offers one of the most unique dining experiences in Nova Scotia.

Situated on St. Margarets Bay, the Shore Club is a quaint dance and dinner hall, famous for its incredible live entertainment, legendary lobster suppers, and east coast hospitality. The hall was built in 1946 but its lobster suppers were in full swing for a decade before that on the shores of Hubbards Beach.

The Shore Club isn’t flashy or fancy; visitors are seated at long tables covered in red and white gingham tablecloths and outfitted with bibs to stay clean during their feast. Choose between a 1lb or 1.5lb lobster for supper and enjoy fresh steamed mussels, warm rolls, and an unlimited salad bar, which are all included in the price of the entree. Finish off the feast with some decadent dessert offerings, such as the classic Nova Scotian blueberry grunt, also included in the price of the entree.

With over a million lobster suppers served since 1946, it’s safe to assume that the Shore Club delivers a meal to remember.


250 Shore Club Rd
Halifax, NS

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  • MondayClosed
  • TuesdayClosed
  • Wednesday4 – 7 PM
  • Thursday4 – 7 PM
  • Friday4 – 7 PM
  • Saturday4 – 7 PM
  • Sunday4 – 7 PM

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