Bitter End Martini Bar & Restaurant

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Restaurant type

  • Lounge,

Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,

Features

  • Restaurant With Terrace,
  • Wheelchair-accessible Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
1572 Argyle St, Halifax, NS B3J 2B3
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Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

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Caesars fit for an emperor in Halifax

Caesars fit for an emperor in Halifax

The Bitter End, located on Argyle Street’s competitive bar strip, stands out for its cosy, moody atmospherics: a brick wall hung with large mirrors, exposed piping and candles on the tables. Though the Caesar described on its menu is made in the traditional way – and made very well – the bartenders here are nimble and imaginative, and will do their best to create the custom Caesar that lingers in your cocktail imagination.

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Bars with the happiest happy hours in Halifax

Bars with the happiest happy hours in Halifax

This popular martini bar is on the swankier end of Halifax’s alcoholic offerings. Quietly decorated with local art hung against an interior brick wall (though most opt for the ground-floor patio with its Street view), the venue offers deals nightly between 4 pm and 8 pm, when martinis cost $5.65 and local pints of draft beer are $4.50. If you’re on a budget, the $3.25 cocktails are your best bet.

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Where to find Halifax’s most creative craft cocktails

Where to find Halifax’s most creative craft cocktails

This martini bar and restaurant has won countless awards ever since it first opened back in 2000. The Bitter End is most locals’ first choice when heading out for a celebratory drink, or a cocktail before dinner elsewhere. The vibe is hip, young (but not too young – you can still find suit-and-tie-clad business people at the bar) and definitely modern. Have a snack too – the food is just as good as the drinks.

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