Bluenose II Restaurant


Restaurant type

  • Nova Scotia Seafood,

Cuisine type

  • Nova Scotia Seafood,
  • Canadian Cuisine,


  • Seafood,
  • Fish,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
1824 Hollis St, Halifax, NS B3J 1W4
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Opa! minded: Standout Greek food across HRM

Opa! minded: Standout Greek food across HRM

The Bluenose II is just steps from the waterfront, so it's an ideal place if you're overcome by a souvlaki craving while showing family around town. The spanakopita and moussaka are workmanlike and the grilled lamb surprisingly good. The remainder of the menu offers something for just about anyone. Service here is brisk, despite the volume of customers, so you'll usually get in and out in good time if that's your priority.

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Halifax’s best bets for weekday breakfast

Halifax’s best bets for weekday breakfast

If you ask businessperson what their go-to downtown breakfast spot is, most will answer “Bluenose II,” without a moment of hesitation. This place is packed all week long from 7:00 am onwards. There are some Greek options, but most people go for the omelettes or eggs Benedict. It’s a Halifax institution and a must-try if you’re downtown.

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Go hollandaise in Halifax with these eggs Benedict

Go hollandaise in Halifax with these eggs Benedict

In the downtown core, you will be hard-pressed to find a more classic old Halifax spot than the Bluenose II, located only a block from the harbour itself. Slide into one of the old booths, get yourself some black coffee, watch the fog roll in and enjoy an unpretentious plate of lobster eggs Benedict. That's right – in Nova Scotia, lobster eggs Benedict is the unpretentious option.

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