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No. 14

The Narrows Public House

Built for a ship merchant in 1896, this North End Victorian home survived the Halifax Explosion, went through an eight-year bootstrap renovation and now stands as a monument to true East Coast hospitality. In winter, the memorabilia-filled rooms are warmed by the crackling fire. On weekends, there are live fiddlers. Forget your phone. Grab a pint of hand-pumped cask ale and join a game of cribbage or dig into a traditional boiled dinner.

Rum punch, on tap all summer long.
The front bay-window booth.
Overnight, in one of two upstairs rooms for rent

Photography by Scotty Sherin, Daniel Neuhaus

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