New Spryfield Shops and 3 Hamachi’s Return



The Passage at King has already closed it’s downtown Dartmouth spot. It had opened around the beginning of May then around the start of June there was a vacation notice up for a few days, and now all the gear is gone.

ACICC (African Community Investment Cooperative of Canada) has opened a cafe in Spryfield in the same plaza as Subway.

Acadian Fish and Chips has opened a 2nd location beside Canadian Tire in Spryfield. Their original location is in Hammonds Plains.

Golden Fortune Restaurant is now open on Herring Cove Rd.

Nova Tactical is opening an indoor gun and archery range, on Windmill in the same plaza Cheese Curds. It is expected to open in December.  Hnatiuk’s had also previous announced they were bringing a range to “metro” but not til late 2017 early 2018.


The new Hydrostone like building on Hennessey at Isleville will have Artistic Sole and Aqua-Dome as a tenant. They are moving from Tantallon where they specialize in dance, competitive swimming, and figure skating wear.


The 3 Hamachi’s on the peninsula Morris, Bishops and Hydrostone reopened yesterday. Bedford did not. I believe there are new owners in place.

Little Oak, the new bar from the folks at Agricola Street Brasserie, opened in Bishops Landing on Friday.

As well Robie St Station’s neighbouring evening joint El Chino also opened on Friday.



This week a link to Eat This Town, where we had a Pizza Quest. This time to find the best ‘za in Fairview and Armdale. The highlight of this one is where everyone disagreed with my favourite.

Halifax Pride starts on Wednesday and runs until the 23rd, check out the calendar to see what great things are happening around town.


Crystal Pepsi is back in stores for a limited time, after a 20+ year hiatus.

and I’m still trying to figure out what a designer pool noodle is


King’s District RCMP respond to person falling from cliff

Update: Halifax gas station robbed at knifepoint