Halifax – YHZ
A wooden sign depicting the roguish hero of Alfred Noyes’ poem The Highwayman hangs outside this handsome Barrington Street tavern serving seafood-focused Spanish dishes. Sip a Jesus Bravo – tequila, amaretto, lime and cold brew coffee – and nibble on salt-cured albacore tuna, sherry-vinegar-marinated sardines and fatty mussels tossed with pickled sweet peppers. The atmosphere is moody and mysterious, with marine-blue walls and romantic low lighting. Crack into glassy crema catalana before hitting the road – or the highway.
1673 Barrington St. B3J 1Z9 | (902) 407-5260