Top Wine Bar in Halifax

Halifax is known for their pub scene, but don't miss Obladee wine bar.



In the ale-swilling sociable town of Halifax, where there’s a pub on every corner, wine bars were late to the party. But Obladee ticks all of the boxes—a good selection of wine by the glass, charcuterie platters and local cheeses, like the famous Dragon’s Breath Blue, Avonlea Coulthbound Cheddar and Le 1608. The best part? It’ll set you back only $15. (1600 Barrington St.; 902-405-4505)


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