It was a remarkably quiet week

The former longtime home of the Seahorse on Argyle Street, next month will become “Sniggly Wiggly’s: Beer N’ Booze Concreatery” part of the Trailer Park Boys revitalization of Argyle. They promise seven days a week of live entertainment.

Coffee Matters opened their first location outside of Newfoundland this week in the Brewery Market on Lower Water St.

Halifax ReTales Closed

The Anchored Coffee inside of Pro Skates on Quinpool is packing up and serving its last cup on Wednesday.

The Superstore Gas Bar’s in Antigonish and Yarmouth have already been re-branded as Mobil. Look for the HRM locations to soon change colours. They are still participating in the PC loyalty program.

Fredies in Bayers Lake is back serving Fish and Chips on Friday after an 8-week hiatus

PitcherPlantNL’s calendar of community dinners in Nova Scotia is my #HappyFax this week. Lori has kept track of all the dinners for years, and it’s worth sharing this week because Tuesday is Pancake Day!
There are over 30 Pancake Suppers listed around the province! Check them out here NS Community Meals Calendar also quite a few Chowder Meals on teh horizon!

After 92 years in Bridgewater, Rofihe’s turned the closed sign for the final time yesterday.

There was this amazing parking job at Costco Halifax this week, the word is a parking brake wasn’t engaged, and it rolled in there, but I like to think someone was an innovator.

Chinese New Year is on Friday, Happy Year of the Dog!