elements on hollis Halifax Restaurant Earns Wine Spectator’s 2013 Award of Excellence

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Downtown Halifax restaurant elements on hollis earns iconic Wine Spectator’s 2013 Award of Excellence.

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elements on hollis

We are honoured to be recognized by Wine Spectator again this year.

elements on hollis was recently awarded with the Wine Spectator’s 2013 Award of Excellence. The prestigious awards program honours 3,800 restaurants across more than 70 countries for their top-quality wine lists.

“We are honoured to be recognized by Wine Spectator again this year,” says Restaurant Chef Steven Galvin. “In addition to our selection of local Nova Scotia wines, we offer an extensive international wine list for our guests to complement the locally-sourced dishes in the restaurant.”

The downtown Halifax restaurant, located in the Westin Nova Scotian, guarantees a unique and authentic Atlantic cuisine experience. From making handmade pasta and preparing locally caught seafood to partnering with local farmers and working with Nova Scotia vineyards and wineries, Maritime Chef Steven Galvin and the elements on hollis team offer a culinary experience like no other.

“The elements on hollis team is passionate about creating unforgettable meals for our guests, prepared with the freshest of local ingredients,” says Galvin. “We’re committed to providing a refined dining experience with the finest local ingredients.”

In addition to the International Wine List, the Halifax restaurant offers an extensive list of award-winning Nova Scotia wines, the perfect pairing for the local dishes on the menu. elements on hollis offers the ultimate value on regional wines and charges a small $5 corking fee on all bottles of Nova Scotia wine served in the restaurant.

For more information on elements on hollis, visit them online or like them on Facebook.

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 2012 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner offers over 116 selections featuring wines from eight 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. Make a reservation online: http://www.elementsonhollis.ca/reservations.

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