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 (Kevin Arnold photo)

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Where to eat? What to eat? Dining options are varied in Nanaimo.

Deep-fried pub grub remains a tradition in a city renowned for having the highest per-capita number of watering holes in Canada. Yet times have changed dramatically in recent years and Nanaimo is now home to a remarkably diverse array of first-rate eateries – white tablecloth, ethnic and funky casual included.

Seafood, naturally enough, is a local specialty. Catch of the day specials are a fixture of many local menus as area fishermen deliver their hauls of salmon, prawns, crab, halibut, cod, oysters and clams.

Purchase seafood directly from the boats at Fisherman's Wharf in Nanaimo Harbour, or check out any number of casual eateries found along the seawall near Pioneer Waterfront Plaza, home of the Nanaimo Downtown Farmers' Market.

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