Who doesn’t enjoy a delicious crêpe? Even better when a father and son duo decided to open a crêperie 18 months ago in downtown Dartmouth. Over the past 24 months the downtown core has seen a resurgence in the retail and food industry; mostly started by young, enthusiastic entrepreneurs. Mr. S and I are always delighted when we hear about new ventures coming to our neighbourhood. When Neil and his son, Max, opened their doors back in October 2015, we were one of their first customers. Portland Street Crêperie (55 Portland Street) is a delightful 16-seat bistro with 4 additional tables for outdoor seating in Spring through to the Fall. Large windows mean an abundance of natural light making for a cheery place to enjoy a meal there.
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Before I chat about this insanely delicious pork scaloppine sandwich, I want to give a high five to the farm-to-table experience in Nova Scotia that’s been brewing here for years. Farm-to-table movement isn’t new nor is it unique to this corner of the world. But what I will say is this; it’s the reason I started this blog. We were still living overseas and were deciding where in Canada we’d like to move to. Our first visit to Nova Scotia was the summer of 2005. We explored, ate, drank and went away feeling like we had stumbled onto something good. We decided to take another closer look at Halifax the following year just to make sure our vacation euphoria didn’t cloud reality. The food scene, local hospitality and a general sense of fitting in welcomed us and we were smitten. Continue Reading →
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