The crisp air has a hint of anticipation in it as the bright fall colors cover the landscape, signaling the start of the holiday season. And what better way to savor the comforting warmth of a delectable seasonal beverage than to embrace the spirit of autumn? For those looking for exceptional cafés that serve up the ideal fall-inspired recipes, the lovely city of Halifax, perched on the rocky coast of Nova Scotia, offers a delightful fusion of heritage, innovation, and culinary ingenuity.
Pick up a pumpkin spice latte and explore the streets to uncover gorgeous public art, colorful boutiques, and more. This charming café is located in the center of Downtown Dartmouth and offers delicious sweet and savory snacks, locally roasted coffee, and pantry supplies.
Bliss Caffeine Bar
Looking for an autumnal photo to post on Instagram? Pastries as decadent as they are gorgeous are served in this light and airy café. Bliss Caffeine Bar always has enjoyable beverages to mark the occasion, with their own distinctive Java Blend roast.
Try their salted caramel and Bliss’ own pumpkin spice syrup in their pumpkin spice latte. Sip inside or get your latte to go as you stroll through the Halifax Public Gardens’ twisting walks.
Dilly Dally Coffee Café
Looking to experiment with something new this season? With Dilly Dally, you’re covered. A little, independently run, licensed coffee shop open seven days a week, giving up love and coffee!
Focused on locally produced, small batch, farm to table cuisine, wine, and beer. In Halifax, Nova Scotia, you can find them on the corner of Quinpool and Vernon.
Labour Day Picnic Café
Labor Day Picnic is a casual café providing their famed house-made caramels, espresso, local beer & wine, house-made baked products, and light lunch cuisine along the foggy beaches of St. Margaret’s Bay in Glen Haven, Nova Scotia. The cafe is named after the yearly Labor Day picnics that used to be hosted in this old community hall and is also known among the locals as Paul’s Hall. Before it became the LDP in 2020, the building itself served many other purposes in the neighborhood, one of which was hosting live music, a role we are delighted to continue in order to provide additional chances for the neighborhood to come together.
This is a French Restaurant in Downtown Halifax. A Parisian-Inspired Café & Bistro that offers morning coffee and viennoiserie, breezy business lunches, nightly get-togethers, languid Sunday brunches, and all in between.
The bar serves traditional cocktails, Old World wines, and a few funkier, biodynamic bottles in the nights when the lights go down and the music picks up. These drinks are ideal for sipping by candlelight while you take in the lively bistro atmosphere. The café is located at 160-1741 Lower Water Street.
More cafés to choose from throughout Halifax at https://discoverhalifaxns.com/food-drink/10-must-try-cafes-in-halifax-for-festive-fall-drinks/
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