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The newest arrivals on the food scene

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So many places to go, so many things to eat. A lot's been happening on the restaurant scene this week and last, here's a quick round-up of the new kids on the blocks.

The second iteration of Flipburger (1565 Argyle Street) is now open (late) for business, serving up quality patties and cold beer until 11pm Sunday through Wednesday, and until 4am Thursday through Saturday. Flip's hamming it up in the former home of Opa!/ Ela!, and it's pretty awesome to see that space lit up again.

Just around the corner The Cellar Wine Bar & Grill (5677 Brenton Street) invites you to check out its new location in the former Hideaway Bar & Grille (which is actually the Cellar's former location, it re-opens five years after closing downtown). With a brand new menu in tow, this longtime mainstay is back and warmer than ever.

American chain Woody’s BBQ brings a taste of the south to Bedford this week. It opened its second HRM resto (the first serves as shopping fuel over in Dartmouth Crossing) in the Hemlock Square Plaza (75 Peakview Way) yesterday (October 17).

And, after six months of renos, planning and tastebud teasing, craft-beer-slinging, classy-comfort-food-serving The Stubborn Goat Gastropub (1579 Grafton Street) will officially open to the public, and the public will open its mouths to it, TONIGHT at 6pm. And they'll get right into the swing of things, playing host to the Ladies Beer Leagues' awesome Cask Fest on November 17, you'll hear more from us on that later.

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