This North End cafe is fast becoming the “it” place to practice your English, and in response an entertainment ... More
One World Cafe
This North End cafe is fast becoming the “it” place to practice your English, and in response an entertainment hotspot in Halifax. Study, use the wireless Internet, and memorize over a cup of strong coffee or green Japanese tea, but don't miss the spring time lunches. Doubling as an all-ages venue, the eclectic musicians booked here attract High School students and their grandparents alike. From Indie to Orchestra, there's entertainment for everyone in this alcohol-free, no nonsense environment. Live music every Friday and Saturday from 8p sharp.
this place has indie rock, crust, grindcore, banjo, folk, jazz, african, switches up every week. friday and saturdays 8pm start and ends early to go downtown later to drink. (no booze, all ages) bargain vegetarian food and all kinds of people hang out there and its easy to meet people when your a traveller. free laptop internet! BEST MUSIC IN HALIFAX, BETTER THEN THE BARS HAVE.
I just had Jamaican curried roti with rice, a mango-spinach salad and fresh made ginger lemon tea all for 5 bucks! It was unbeleiveable! Too bad more places don't give up the goods for a price like that. Cozy, but a little rough around the edges.
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