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With endless sources of fresh seafood, a focus on local ingredients and consistently friendly service, it’s easy to eat well in Halifax. Along the busy harbor you’ll find a selection of fine dining restaurants, balanced by summertime kiosks and patios serving lobster rolls, fish chowder and ice cream. Moving away from downtown, there is an exciting collection of hip new eateries in Halifax’s cool North End and in the residential West End, a mini-borough of good eats around Windsor and Cunard Street. A short ferry ride will bring you to Halifax’s little sister, Dartmouth, for another pocket of hip, delicious places to eat and drink. Don’t leave town without trying Halifax’s signature take-out dish, the spicy-sweet donair. Or, maybe, add a couple of nights to your stay at one of its hotels to truly experience the best things to do and the very best restaurants in Halifax.