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South Shore



Home to picturesque lighthouses, fresh seafood and the Bluenose II, the South Shore of Nova Scotia offers beautiful views and inspired culinary experiences and products. With restaurants like the Beach Pea Kitchen & Bar and Lincoln Street Foods, Lunenburg, UNESCO World Heritage town, is the culinary hub of the South Shore. Savour a pint of craft beer at Shipwright Brewing Company or sample some local spirits at Ironworks Distillery. Savour a locally roasted cup of coffee at The Barn Coffee & Social House or experience an authentic lobster dinner at Shore Club Lobster Suppers. Soak in some of the best of the South Shore with a staycation at its many unique accommodations such as Lane’s Privateer Inn, Oak Island Resort, The Quarterdeck Resort or White Point Beach Resort. One of the secrets to an amazing food experience is finding the perfect setting; on the South Shore, that’s almost everywhere!

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About Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, they like to say “You haven’t seen Nova Scotia until you’ve tasted Nova Scotia!” 

Nova Scotia’s vibrant food and drink scene makes it the perfect destination for those seeking culinary adventure. They have internationally recognized chefs and restaurants, an award-winning wine industry, thriving fisheries, with lobster, scallops, oysters, and more, diverse agricultural products, a booming craft beverage industry with beer, cider, spirits, and mead, coupled with breathtaking scenery and world-renowned hospitality. 

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