Halls Harbour Lobster Pound and Restaurant
Does lobster taste better if enjoyed outdoors? Halls Harbour Lobster Pound & Restaurant offers a great chance to do so! Nestled on the Bay of Fundy, in a small Nova Scotian fishing village, the smell of lobster mingles with the scents of pine and sea wrack at low tide. It’s authentic “LOBSTER IN THE ROUGH”. Halls Harbour dates back to 1779 and is named after Captain Hall who used the natural harbour with his privateers as home base. Today the restaurant has lobster pounds on site, so ask for an informative tour and learn more about lobster! In fact, the Halls Harbour Lobster Pound now serves as one of the largest lobster holding facilities in Canada with a capacity of up to 65,000 pounds. With waterfront dining room and tables on the outside deck, Hall’s specializes in cooked and live lobster, this is also the perfect place to buy and take home.
Why we love it: Lobster everywhere! Authentic lobster eating experience.