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Help! - Lunch tomorrow in/near Dartmouth Crossing

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TeacherFoodie Jul 26, 2012 08:49 AM

Hey Atlantic Canada Hounds,

Will be in NS for a visit starting tomorrow and wondering if there are any lunch recs in/near Dartmouth Crossing (or somewhere on the way from the airport to Dartmouth crossing). Not looking for anything too adventurous, just good food at a reasonable price ($10-20 mains). Seafood would be great. I have read that the Orchid Thai place is great but I am looking for something that serves Canadian/American food.

Thanks!

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    moira27 RE: TeacherFoodie Jul 26, 2012 11:50 AM

    Hi, If you are just looking for a quick bite, I would recommend Sam's Express in Dartmouth Crossing for FIsh and Chips. However it's really just a fast food place. As far as American?Canadian food, Dartmouth Crossing is the home of the chain restaurant: Moxie's, Boston Pizza, Monatana's, Jack Astors, Woody's, and Swiss Chalet are what you find. The independent restaurants are either Asian or Greek.There's also a Cora's in Burnside which is two minutes from DC.

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      TeacherFoodie RE: moira27 Jul 26, 2012 01:25 PM

      Was hoping for soemthing non-chain. Italian would be okay too. Is the fish and chips at Sam's made fresh or is out out of the freezer?

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        moira27 RE: TeacherFoodie Jul 26, 2012 01:36 PM

        Pretty sure fish is fresh with fresh cut fries. My husband likes their ribs when they have them. It is just counter service. I also forgot about Cucina Moderna. I haven't been there at all. Now that I have mentioned Sam's we are going for supper there.

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          TeacherFoodie RE: moira27 Jul 26, 2012 01:47 PM

          Enjoy! What do you like there?

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      TeacherFoodie RE: TeacherFoodie Jul 29, 2012 08:44 AM

      We ended up at Woody's Southern BBQ and it was delicious. Tried the pulled pork that came with sauce. Really tasty and very comparable with the good BBQ places I have tried in Toronto and area.

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        moira27 RE: TeacherFoodie Jul 30, 2012 01:19 PM

        Glad you found somewhere that worked for you. I had heard mixed reviews. They are one of 4 across Canada. I can't figure out if they are affiliated with the Woddy's BBQ chain in the eastern US.

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