To continue our commitment to local products, we offer a diverse wine list from local wineries around Nova Scotia.
Halifax, NS (PRWEB) November 21, 2011
Love local food & wine? Then this is the place to be. elements on hollis, the new Dining in Halifax experience, intends to bring a true eat-local restaurant to their patrons. In addition to local foods within 50-miles of the restaurant, elements on hollis provides an extensive local wine list embracing the beautiful quality of the award-winning wineries of Nova Scotia. The Halifax restaurant only charges a $5 surcharge on the cost of the wine to continue their support of the eat local and now dine local movement.
Patrons of the Halifax restaurant can experience the flavours and tastes of Nova Scotian foods and wines at low cost. "We are committed to our local communities and producers across Nova Scotia. To continue our commitment to local products, we offer a diverse wine list from local wineries around Nova Scotia,” states Director of Food & Beverage and Culinary Operations, Chef Raj Gupta. “We wanted to succeed the eat-local movement by providing our patrons with an inclusive local dining experience. We are proud of our local, award-wining wineries and are pleased to partner with them.”
The local wines & local foods complement one another and guests can be assured of the commitment to sustainable dining. With a large variety of white, red, rose and sparkling wines, patrons will experience the finest assortment of Nova Scotia wines. elements on hollis is one of the only Restaurants in Halifax who charges a $5 surcharge on each bottle of local wine.
For the best in Downtown Halifax restaurants, celebrate this holiday season at elements on hollis. With the Holiday season around the corner, book your exclusive dinner party in our intimate Private Dining Room. Perfect for a holiday dinner or personal New Years Eve dinner, elements on hollis is taking reservations for this holiday season.
About elements on hollis:
Located in the Westin Nova Scotian, bordering the edge of the historic South end of Halifax, elements on hollis is committed to supporting the “eat local” movement offering a 50-mile sustainable menu featuring local food with global inspiration. The 104-seat Halifax local and sustainable restaurant has partnered with its neighbour the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market and over 35 other local farmers and producers to offer menus rich in fresh, local seasonal ingredients. The 2011 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner offers over 116 selections featuring wines from 8 Nova Scotia wineries. A private dining room is available for up to 16 guests and a large gathering table for 20 is the focal point of the vibrant modern décor. Open 6 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and Sunday’s for Brunch. Reservations can be made online: http://www.opentable.com/elements-on-hollis-reservations-halifax?rid=70600&restref=70600
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