I love restaurants. There’s something so fun about heading out for a nice meal with a group of pals. Nice doesn’t even have to mean fancy, because folks, there is something quite nice about a simple plate of eggs and bacon.
Lucky for me, there are a tonne of delicious restaurants in Halifax. And even luckier, is that so many of them are locally owned and operated, and some of those even feature locally sourced ingredients! That is just too much luck for one gal to handle!
Last weekend the Halitrax authors decided to have a lunchtime launch party to celebrate the beginning of this blog (or the end of our first month of success). Sticking to the local theme, we decided to hit up Brooklyn Warehouse. I can say this: it was a good choice. The food was fresh and delicious, and they happily accommodated my dairy-free requests. It’s also safe to say that I’ll like pretty much anything with a fried egg on top. Other orders to our table included a Vietnamese pulled pork sandwich, a smoked chicken BLT, and the famous Brooklyn burger. We all left with full, happy tummies, and a promise to return.
Some of my other local favourites are:
Humani-T Cafe ~delicious sorbetto, which is great for dairy-free customers like me!
Jane’s on the Common ~two words: Fish. Cakes.
Smith’s Bakery ~sometimes ya just need a cookie.
So readers, where should I go for lunch this weekend?