Seafood @ Coywolf

I’m currently in Sackville for SappyFest and even though the town is tiny, there’s still some cool places to eat I didn’t manage to try last year. Last night, I hit up Coywolf Bistro & Oyster bar with my friend.

Oysters were a must (after all it is an oyster bar). They were $2.50 each and we were served two different kinds. I liked the smaller ones we were served (I forgot where they were from).

As my main, I had a “sea czar” salad with salmon, mussels, crab, and bacon. I found the fish a bit salty but the rest was perfect.

My friend had a heaping pile of mussels and frites.

To drink, I had their take on a negroni, which had a hint of pine in it.

It’s nice to have a little bistro in this quaint town. Hope to be back for more oysters when I’m back for the festivl.

Coy Wolf Bistro and Oyster Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Random Photos From Sackville


I’m already missing the East coast! It was so relaxing to be away from a busy city. Our first day there, my friend took us to cottages near Shediac, NB.


There we visited local shop Tony’s for pizza and icecream.


I was too excited to realize my photo of Donair pizza was blurry. I could eat Donairs for every meal!

DSCF2144I had a giant scoop of cookie dough ice cream.


In Sackville for Sappyfest, I stayed at Mount Allison University dorms. It reminded me of when I was a student in Toronto. The dorms were nice and clean.


My best friend also came up for a visit on the Saturday with her newborn baby.


We had classic burgers at Mel’s Tea Room, a place that has been there for over 97 years.


This darling thought her foot was just as delicious.


Isn’t she so cute?