With the insane prices theatres are charging for popcorn and soft drinks, why wouldn’t you opt to go out to dinner first (or afterwards) instead?
Here are our six picks for places to dine if you are catching a flick at Park Lane Mall.
Wedged between multiple other businesses on quaint Dresden Row, Black Sheep started as a seven-days-a-week brunch destination and now has morphed into a Spring Garden Road area favourite, offering a selection of small and large plates at dinner time, plus boasts some very talented mixologists behind the bar.
A sandwich counter that serves up fresh, delicious South Asian inspired dishes. Aside from the stellar banh mi sandwiches, there are a variety of flavourful options like noodle bowls, fusion tacos, pho-rritos and bubble tea. Plenty of plant-based options make this a go-to lunch stop.
Krave is all about top quality beef and fresh, locally sourced toppings. Order a milkshake or a Krave Lager, the restaurant’s exclusive brew, created by Propeller Brewing Co. This locally-owned restaurant frequently partners with charities such as Feed Nova Scotia, Shelter Nova Scotia and the IWK hospital, so you can feel good about your meal too!
A gem from the Bertossi Group of restaurants, this cosy, casual dining space on Spring Garden is one of the most popular restaurants in the city, serving delicious northern Italian cuisine, with innovative specials appearing weekly. La Frasca is best known for its pasta and brunches.
With its atrium and classic bistro details like red-and-white-checkered tablecloths, Le Bistro by Liz takes you street side in Paris. The food is French comfort—think beef bourguignon, crepes, crème brulee—and the service is unmatched.
Comforting Italian trattoria-style food and attentive service make this little bistro worth regular visits. The owners, a husband and wife duo, efficiently tag team front and back of house with all the attention to detail you’d expect. The fun aperitivo and digestivo program greatly enhance the dining experience at Mappatura.
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