Stopped in mid-afternoon to have a few drinks and explore another piece of Halifax. They claim the Molson Canadian is served sub-zero, but that might be pushing it. It was definitely colder than the raspberry micro-brew I tried next. After 2 beers that were warm by the end, I switched things up to a Caesar. Apparently established in 1749 the building does offer some history. Pretty decent location, right near the waterfront. Service was fine, and they had two glass garage doors open to watch the city go by. A small patio was available outside as well. I would go back again.
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