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Fredericton...

Hi Thanksville, just wondering if you ended up going to the market and what other places you ate at, and what you thought. :)

May 01, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

I keep hearing great things about Tempest, and I'm glad to hear your feedback as well. :) I'm looking forward to it - June is too far away.

Apr 23, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

I really appreciate all the suggestions. I've started looking more closely at them as the time for my trip gets closer. Can't wait to see this part of Nova Scotia. Have also enjoyed the Halifax posts. Love how you REALLY love your city, that's awesome! :) I've been to Halifax twice before and have seen most of the "must-see's" , so this time can focus on FOOD, lol. And walking the harbourwalk everyday!

Apr 22, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Fredericton...

They are. The Palate is on Queen Street, bt/ Carleton & York. The Delta is a little farther, just past Government House (the Lieutenant-Governor's res.going west). The Lunar Rogue is King & Regent. The Blue Door is Regent and King. Brewbaker's is King St. b/t Regent & Carleton.

You should be able to find all these places on-line. Hope you have a great stay here.

Mar 29, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Fredericton...

Brunch: On Saturdays, The Palate or The Delta Hotel (according to a lot of people). Not sure about weekdays, beyond Cora's. Mayeb the Lunar Rogue (pub)? The Palate is also reliable for weekday lunch, but make reservations. Sundays, I think both hotels do brunch (but check that out).

Upscale Dinner: The Blue Door or Brewbaker’s. Racine’s is closed, in case it’s mentioned. You’ll probably end up thinking the prices are higher than they should be, but for quality, these two places are fairly reliable. Although Fredericton is tricky. You can go three times to one place and be pleased and the fourth time can be a disaster. Just wanted to add that, in case you are disappointed.

You should be able to find half-decent food somewhere (if over-priced), but if you’re looking for a ‘foodie’ experience..... I can’t guarantee anything. Hope you enjoy your stay. I know I haven’t sounded that positive, but...that has honestly been my experience here.

Mar 28, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks, good to hear about Truro!

Mar 07, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks, sounds great!

Mar 06, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks, I can't wait to try out all of those. :) I've seen the names here and there, so it's good to get some feedback. Really looking forward to June! (Part of my anticipation is that I've been living in Fred, NB for the past 2.5 yrs, so I'm always enjoy LEAVING Freddy to get good food! And yes, I've tried just about about EVERY restaurant here, so I know what I'm talking about. :)

Mar 05, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks for all the rec's so far. Would love to hear more! (Am also open to places "in between'" those I've mentioned above, or anything worth going off the beaten path for.)

Mar 03, 2012
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks for the suggestions, John. happy new year!

Dec 30, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

that sounds nasty, double thx. :)

Dec 03, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

actually, what's the problem, specifically?

Dec 02, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Alrighty then! :) Thx for the heads up!

Dec 02, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Thanks, I'll add it to the list!

Dec 01, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada

Wolfville, Digby, etc. suggestions?

Hello, first-time poster here. I'll be staying in Halifax, Wolfville, Digby, Shelburne, Lunenburg (sp?), and Truro next June and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for those areas, or could direct me to some good relevant discussions in the Atlantic Canada board, esp. for W, D, S, L, and T. Open to any type of cuisine and price point. Thanks in advance!

Nov 27, 2011
loveroftea in Atlantic Canada