and dance the night away in Nova Scotia's "Last Great Dance Hall" . The Shore Club’s “World Famous” lobster suppers all began on August 5th, 1936 when Guy Harnish was approached by the National Gyro Convention to cook up a feed of lobsters on Hubbards Beach. Guy was a dairy farmer, but he had a large copper pot (from the U.S. frigate Chesapeake) which he shined up for the occassion. The lobster supper was a great success, and soon other groups followed. In 1946, Guy's son Roy Harnish built the Shore Club so that the Lobster Suppers could be held indoors. Since then, The Shore Club has served more than one million lobster suppers to people from all over the world. Among those to sample the famous Shore Club lobsters were Prince Charles and Lady Diana in 1983.
With a fresh caught Atlantic lobster as its centerpiece, this fabulous Maritime dining experience draws crowds from all over from Mother’s Day in May through to Thanksgiving weekend in early October.
For its 78th straight year, The Shore Club delivers top-notch live dance floor entertainment that has earned its reputation as “Nova Scotia’s Last Great Dance Hall.” Featuring the best in classic and contemporary rock, blues, R&B, Reggae, Zydeco, Swing and Big Band, The Shore Club has served up one great party every summer Saturday night since 1946.
Popular bands like the Persuaders, Late Nite Lover, Matt Minglewood, Shameless, Sam Moon, Hal Bruce, The Hopping Penguins, and many more, have kept The Shore Club hopping every Saturday night…