This is built in the old lobby bar of the Marriott Waterfront hotel. It now is part lobby bar, part sports bar and part restaurant. The Menu is relatively small and the regular wine list boring at best except for the special wine of the week which had an excellent Spanish red. I was served an excellent chowder of corn bacon but also a "steak fried rice" which was undercooked.
The ambiance was noisy. There is no view except flat screen TVs. I booked on Open Table and half way through dinner received an email that the restaurant had canceled my reservation.
Generally hotel guests are better off to walk to many of the excellent nearby Halifax eateries.
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