Food & Drink

One of the many stereotypes about Boston is that if you visit any bar long enough, everyone there will quickly learn your name. It’s an ode to Cheers, the bar that the television show made famous and the perception isn’t…

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If you are looking to experience Montreal in the way that the city was meant to be experienced, you will try three of the things that it is the most famous for: smoked meat sandwiches, beer, and poutine. As far…

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Los Angeles like many cities has ethnic districts, but has one of the only three official Japantowns in the United States (the other two are in San Francisco and San Jose). At one point, Little Tokyo had approximately 30,000 Japanese…

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Described as “a taste of old-fashioned America,” this old bowling alley is known as a different kind of historic institution. Candlepin blowing is a type of bowling played only in New England and Eastern Canada – said to have been…

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Looking for some fun in Buffalo? How about a little “whimsy among the warehouses”? Larkin Square (745 Seneca St, Buffalo NY) in the heart of Buffalo’s Larkin District is one of Western New York’s most vibrant areas and offers a…

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Walk Through History in Halifax  Leanne Tait, WKND Contributor Halifax for a weekend getaway? Why not? With a flavour all its own, and a history to match, this seaside city is worth a second look. Halifax is a quick two…

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