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My husband and I are spending 4 days in Nova Scotia in July. We're into food and looking for some good places to eat. We'll be driving around the whole province basically, but staying in Ingonish, Yarmouth and Wolfville. I'm a big fan of seafood, but my husband does not like it, so places with beef and seafood are preferred. I also have a dairy allergy, so we need places that don't have lots of cheese and milk involved. Price is not an important factor as we don't mind splurging a bit. We also like baked goods, so bakery recommendations are appreciated as well. Thank you!

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  1. In Wolfville there are lots of choices for a small town. Tempest, Blomidon Inn, Actons...

    1. When in Wolfville there are a number of neat spots for such a small town. Best 'foodie' place is The Tempest. Mike Howell is an innovative Chef. Blomidon Inn has some great wine, deep selections @ drop dead prices and the old charm is nice. Food there is antiquated. Grand Pre Winery is lovely @ Caveau. Everthing is close so you can take a few drive bys. If you want straight up Lobo drive to Hall's Harbour and eat peasant style on the wharf. It's great. Happy hunting.