Numerous apartment towers were built in the western, less commercial part of Spring Garden Road. Fabulous rural setting and the staff are friendly and helpful. Whether you’re a local looking for staycation ideas, visiting from further away, or planning a future adventure, get inspired to rediscover the heart & soul of Halifax with the latest local and traveller photos from the Halifax region. So menu - we had looked online and the Spring Rock has a wide range of offerings and also a Specials board. How oten can you get three courses in in un der an hour? I had the steak & kidney pudding with chips & mushy peas with a side order of onion rings.
As an eating place it's average, which isn't a criticism.
£174.00 These innovated upon earlier shopping centres on Barrington Street in that they did not turn a blank wall to the street, but instead maintained continuous shop frontage. Beef was really really tasty and the gravy was amazing. The beef was tough & the Yorkshire pudding burnt. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.
On June 25, 1761, a “Burying of the Hatchet Ceremony” was held at Governor Jonathan Belcher’s garden on present-day Spring Garden Road in front of the Court House. Decent beer, nice surroundings and decent folk and staff. The chips were overcooked & the onion rings were undercooked to the extent the onion was almost raw. Don’t own a bike but still looking to explore? However we did not receive any feedback ,any apology or reduction of the bill. Coordinates: 44°38′33.4″N 63°34′42.4″W / 44.642611°N 63.578444°W / 44.642611; -63.578444, Some accounts give the date as 8 July 1761, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Visit of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to the North American Colonies", "An Historical Report on: Spring Garden Road Memorial Library; Halifax Main Branch Library", "Occupy Nova Scotia: Halifax Mayor Orders Eviction From Victoria Park", "Occupy N.S. We will not be returning.More.
2 pints of the finest ale so…. In Spring Fine Asian Fusion Cuisine, Halifax: See 16 unbiased reviews of In Spring Fine Asian Fusion Cuisine, rated 3 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #519 of 700 restaurants in Halifax. 6088 Quinpool Rd, Halifax, NS B3L 1A1 Get directions. Hotels near Eureka! If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. Birthday Meal ..... What A Good Choice..on took 20 years to return, its been a while and like most Public Houses on the edge of Moors times have had to change. However, we think the food. The staff were very friendly and helpful, but unfortunately a...portion of chips was forgotten, but was soon rectified Part of Schmidtville was demolished in the 1950s and replaced with large surface parking lots. Service was ok but not exactly cheerful. Specials board available and prices are very reasonable. Thanks for the evening - it was great and we wont be waiting 20 years to returnMore, This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. Are you open Monday 23rd Dec evening and do you have a table for 4 about 7.30 pm please. An arch was erected by the archbishop at the foot of Spring Garden Road emblazoned with the words "Welcome to the Land of the Mayflower" and festooned with wreathes and thousands of roses. Are the prices at this restaurant mid-range / moderate? It continued to grow in stature during the 1980s, and several shopping centres were built.  The high residential population of the district, coupled with its mixed-use nature, makes the neighbourhood one of the most vibrant and economically successful in the city.
Arrived and got some drinks at the bar, very friendly staff and we were in the Snug. The beef was tough & the Yorkshire pudding burnt.
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What time does food get seved until please. The Bike Pedaler offers rentals in Downtown Dartmouth, and I Heart Bikes has you covered on the Halifax Waterfront with options to join a guided cycling tour, or to rent a bike and set out of your own. Definately coming here again. Now unlike other places if you wanted the Christmas Menu you had to book it. On Spring Garden one can also find the Main Branch of Halifax Public Libraries, the Halifax Provincial Court, the school of architecture and the Sexton Campus of Dalhousie University (the former Technical University of Nova Scotia), the Halifax Public Gardens, and St. Mary's Basilica. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies.  Further up the road a large arch, sponsored by General Trollope, Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Forces in Nova Scotia, was erected in front of the courthouse.
On mentioning the above to the waitress she said she would bring it to the chefs attention. Whether you’re still planning your trip or you’re already here, check us out on social media for travel ideas, adventure inspiration, and an inside look at all things Halifax. Citizens can enjoy the buskers and purchase food from several vendors, including the Bud the Spud chip truck. Good choice of menu including a 'mini' menu for people that don't require a larger portion. The new Halifax Central Library on the corner of Spring Garden Road and Queen Street forms a new locus of activity on a site which had previously been a surface parking lot for over five decades.
Would happily eat here againMore, I've not eaten at this restaurant for a number of years but was very disappointed with the food on this occasion. The area is considered to be one of the trendiest areas in Halifax and is one of the busiest shopping districts east of Montreal. it was on the run into Christmas so the ladies had a few G&T’s etc £110.00 yes I did say that….I paid the ladies behind the bar my thanks, and said I would return sooner than last time and so that is to be the case…. The plate went back clean. Hi, yes we are open monday and we have a spare table, would you like me to put the booking in the diary ? Thanks for the evening - it was great and we wont be waiting 20 years to return.
These cookies do not store any personal information. Prince Edward, Prince of Wales arrived in Halifax in July 1860, making this city his first stop on the first tour of North America by an heir to the British throne. The Spring Garden Road area, along with Barrington Street (which it adjoins) is a major commercial and cultural district in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. So why book people in to eat at 8pm? All the flowers and plants wake up after the winter, and you begin to see blooming flowerbeds and bushes throughout. In the mid-20th century the library was built in Grafton Park, but sited back from the street to preserve a traditional walking path, running diagonally through the property, between Spring Garden and Grafton Street. Just average food. The Halifax Public Gardens are a Halifax gem, nestled right in the middle of the city.
So it will be a pleasure to write this one. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and use #DiscoverHalifax to share your photos and videos with us. We went into the "Snug" and on the table was a chalk board with "Reserved for Cath - Party of 9" great idea ...and of course makes you feel welcome.