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2019

PRINCE E EDWARD ISLAND

Culinary Trail & Dining Guide

Your Guide to Experiencing PEI’s Culinary Culture


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Welcome to Prince Edward Island – Canada’s Food Island! The Culinary Trail & Dining Guide is published yearly by Welcome PEI in partnership with Canada’s Food Island. The Culinary Trail & Dining Guide is a guide to some of the Island’s most unique and exciting culinary and dining experiences. Welcome PEI is dedicated to sharing the best things to see and do on Prince Edward Island from the local’s perspective. No one knows Prince Edward Island better than the people who explore it every day. Prince Edward Island, Canada’s Food Island, is famous for its genuine people that work together to harvest and innovate premium food products and host experiences from land and sea. We are pleased to feature editorial by Salty – The Island’s Food Digest. Salty is a free monthly publication featuring Prince Edward Island food news, editorial, events and profiles of the people shaping the Island’s food landscape.

CONTENTS North Cape Coastal Drive Central Coastal Drive Charlottetown Points East Coastal Drive What’s in Season? PEI Map

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MARKETS Establishments that sell local agriculture, fish or food artisan products in a true Island atmosphere among neighbours and friends.

CULINARY ADVENTURES “Hands-on” authentic Island experiences where local food is the hero.

RESTAURANTS/ TAKE OUTS Great places to eat that are locally owned and are committed to featuring local Island products on the menu. FARMERS Islanders who sell fresh agricultural products and offer farm tours.

The Culinary Trail & Dining Guide is published yearly by: Welcome PEI Canada’s Food Island info@welcomepei.com (902) 894-7071

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AUTHENTIC PEI PRODUCTS Islanders who manufacture specialized Prince Edward Island foods or beverages. These producers either have a retail sales outlet, or their products are available at local markets. FISHERS Islanders who sell fresh seafood.

The publisher accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of material contained herein. The Culinary Trail & Dining Guide is distributed free of charge to promote tourism on Prince Edward Island. Suggestions & comments welcomed. welcomepei.com Cover Photo Credit: canadasfoodisland.ca Heather Ogg Photography/TechnoMedia

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North Cape Coastal Drive Welcome to The Canadian Oyster Coast, birthplace of the world famous Malpeque Oyster and home to a variety of other delectable oyster brands which you can serve up dozens of different ways. Our sea-fresh oysters are only the beginning. Your North Cape Coastal Drive culinary journey also features French fries you can hand-cut, baked potatoes you can dress up yourself, potato fudge you can make with your friends and family, Acadian râpure served in a musical village

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atmosphere and, believe it or not, a dessert called ‘seaweed pie’ that tastes simply fantastic. Join us this year on the North Cape Coastal Drive and taste The Canadian Oyster Coast!

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MAYOR OF TYNE VALLEY, KING OF OYSTERS R O D W E AT H E R B I E - S A LT Y I S L A N D.C O M Jeff Noye and his partner Damian Enman want you to come to their kitchen in Tyne Valley Tyne Valley is the perfect place for an oyster business. “This is the centre of the oyster universe,” Jeff Noye, co-owner of Valley Pearl Oysters (and mayor of Tyne Valley) said. “Even the rink sells fried oysters.” Valley Pearl Oysters is a processing facility and oyster bar in Tyne Valley. The community has a rich history of oyster fishing and processing. The annual Tyne Valley Oyster Festival draws thousands of people from all over Atlantic Canada. The highlight of the festival is the shucking competition which has been running since 1973. Valley Pearl Oysters has been processing oysters since June 2018, and in December of last year partners Noye and Damian Enman opened a bar above the processing floor. Valley Pearl’s focus is on premium wild oysters. He said the demand for them locally is pretty high and they’re fulfilling that market right now as well as buyers in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. “A lot of wholesalers are looking for product as they know we‘re still fishing, but right now I want to keep the guys that have been buying from me year-round happy.” He said the feedback has been great so far which he puts down to tough grading. “We have a machine that sizes them but we grade every oyster by hand.”

Friday and Saturday nights there is food, music, and drinks upstairs. Valley Pearl features an ever-changing menu. He said all his duties—as mayor, fisher, barkeep, father—keep him very busy. “There is no time! Right now it’s busy with just being open two days a week. In the summer we plan on being open five days a week. We’ll likely bring on a chef and some staff; right now it’s just Damian and me. We have friends that help out when needed.” Noye became mayor of Tyne Valley last year and at the same time stepped down from his duties as the chair of the Tyne Valley Oyster Festival after 15 years. “But I’m still in charge of the shucking competition; that’s kind of my baby,” he said. “Of all the changes to the festival over the years the elevation of the shucking competition is the one I’m most proud of.” The competition is the only way to qualify from Canada for the world championship contest in Ireland. “People take it pretty seriously. We get the top shuckers and there isn’t anything they wouldn’t give to win it.” Valley Pearl Oyster is open for wholesale and retail during the week and the oyster bar is open Friday and Saturday evenings.

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PEI’S TWO LOBSTER SEASONS C A R O L H O R N E - S A LT Y I S L A N D.C O M Getting fresh seafood in spring, summer and fall Every summer Islanders make the “list” of all the things they plan to do before winter sets in again. Consuming quantities of lobster is often high on that to-do list. Well, even if your other plans went off the rails, do not fear, it is certainly not too late to get your hands on fresh-caught Prince Edward Island lobster. A lot of excitement goes along with that first catch of the season and the requisite Mother’s Day feasts, but August and September are excellent months to head to the market for a few more lobster feeds. In order to protect the stocks for the future, the PEI lobster fishery is highly regulated and Island fishers stay off the water from

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July to early August to allow the lobster time to shed its shell and develop a new one. Then in early August, the 225 fishers working out of south shore ports from Victoria to Tignish (Lobster Fishing Area 25) set their traps for a twomonth fishing season. The summer break in fishing is only one of the reasons that the Marine Stewardship Council has awarded the PEI lobster fishery official sustainable certification. Other protection measures taken by Island fishers include a limited number of licenses and a limited number of traps per fisher, traps with escape hatches, minimum carapace shell size, and the release of females bearing eggs.

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“Island fishers were highly involved in defining the measures to protect the resource,” Mitch Jollimore said. He fishes out of the French River area. “And many PEI fishers are actively engaged in the ongoing research to understand the lobster species, collecting and sharing data about the lobsters throughout the season.” As well, great strides have been made in holding live lobster between seasons, with many lobster pounds utilizing stateof-the-art water recirculating systems to ensure the lobsters are just as fresh all summer as the day they were caught. Many fishers are also outfitting their boats with canopies and insulated tanks ensuring lobsters are in top condition when they arrive at the wharf. So what’s different about a lobster harvested in August or September compared to one caught during the spring fishery? “Some people prefer the taste and texture of lobster caught in the fall season,” Jen Bryant said. Bryant is a product developer and food stylist at Canada’s Smartest Kitchen in Charlottetown. “And of course, because the new shells are not quite so hard, the meat is that much easier to extract from the shell.” Whatever the season, fresh lobster from PEI is sure to satisfy.

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Celebrating 48 years of bringing the best of the Island to your table. We support local and create dishes with the freshest of ingredients in our kitchen. We serve hand crafted PEI draft beer and feature fresh desserts and breads from our bakery. 618 Water Street East, Summerside Mon-Tues 11:30am-9pm 902-436-9654 brothers2.ca Wed-Sat 11:30am-10pm; Sun 4-9pm APPETIZERS • B2 Steamed Mussels: In garlic, wine and butter. • Warm Spinach Dip: Homemade with spinach, cream cheese, dill, garlic,

served with tortilla chips.

PASTA • Shrimp & Chicken Penne: Sautéed shrimp, grilled chicken breast,

green pepper, red pepper, onion, garlic tomato basil sauce, fresh Asiago cheese and garlic toasted B2 bread. • Sweet Chili Stir Fry: Thai breaded chicken served on noodles, stir-fried veggies, tossed in sweet chili sauce. STEAKS & BURGERS • PEI Burger Love Burgers: Made with 100% fresh PEI ground beef. • 6 oz., 8 oz. & 10 oz. Steaks: Hand selected and aged to perfection, for 28

days or more and cooked to your liking.

SEAFOOD • English Style Fish & Chips: 7oz. fresh haddock hand dipped in our homemade batter. • Blackened Haddock: Fresh haddock pan fried with blackening seasoning. • Lobster Dinners & Suppers: Available seasonally.

Proudly serving locals and tourists for 26 seasons, the Deckhouse offers a friendly East Coast atmosphere overlooking Summerside’s beautiful waterfront. While you relax on our outdoor decks, enjoy all your Island favourites paired with a summer-infused cocktail, a local beer on tap or an extreme milkshake.

150 Heather Moyse Dr., Spinnaker’s Landing, Summerside

902-436-0660 facebook.com/deckhousepub Open daily at 11am from mid June – mid Sept.

SHAREABLES • PEI Drunken Mussels: Fresh local mussels steamed in white wine and garlic. • Nachos Grande: A crowd pleaser with all your favorite toppings. SEAFOOD • Fish & Chips: Two loins of haddock hand dipped in our house-made batter

and served with our signature tartar sauce.

• Lobster BLT: A mix of lobster, citrus aioli, celery and green onion served on a

fresh croissant with bacon, lettuce and tomato.

• Fish Tacos: House-dipped haddock served in two soft tacos with chili lime

slaw and drizzled in Sriracha aioli.

• Fish Cakes: Pan-fried and drizzled with maple aioli served with house salad. PUB FAVORITES • From Away: An Island beef burger with Monterrey Jack, lettuce, tomato and

Sriracha aioli on a brioche bun topped with fiesta onion rings.

• Deckhouse Club: A 6oz chicken breast on a brioche bun topped with bacon,

lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese and maple aioli.

• Quesadilla Combo: A local favorite. Stuffed flour tortillas served with house salad.

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14024 Rte. 14, Skinner’s Pond 902-882-3214 stompintomcentre.com June 17 to Sept. 30 (select dates)

Enjoy a delicious meal at Stompin’ Tom Centre with two Stompin’ Tom dinner theatre shows to choose from all season long. Back by popular demand “My Stompin’ Grounds” and New for 2019, “Ode to the Road”. Sharing our culture through stories, songs and great Island food. To book or confirm dates, visit our website or call.

MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENING • Breaded Chicken Breast: Fresh garden salad, breaded chicken breast,

garlic mashed potatoes, Prince Edward Island blend vegetables, mashed turnip and parsnips, dessert.

TUESDAY EVENING • Roasted Island Pork: Caesar salad, roasted Island pork, mashed potatoes,

roasted sweet potatoes, buttered sweet peas, dessert.

WEDNESDAY EVENING • Roasted Beef: Greek salad, roasted beef, mashed potatoes,

fresh carrot coins, buttered sweet peas, dessert.

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Arsenault’s Fish Mart Inc. 246 Heather Moyse Dr. Summerside 902-436-7490 arsenaultsfishmart.ca

Samuel’s Coffee House 4 Queen St. Summerside 902-724-2300 samuelscoffeehouse.ca

Moth Lane Brewery 101 Mickie Allen Shore Rd. Ellerslie 902-831-2160 facebook.com/ MothLaneBrewing

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Green Gables Shore The Green Gables Shore offers the perfect combination of Island scenery, culture and food artisans! • Witness chocolate in the making. • Explore the seaside and talk with one of our local fishermen. • Sample cheese from a local producer.

Your culinary journey through the Green Gables Shore will take you to fabulous seasonal restaurants, including the famous “Lobster Supper”. The backdrop to your memorable dining experience is often in the setting of heritage homes, with menus featuring fresh ingredients from the backyard or local farm gate.

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Red Sands Shore This central region of Prince Edward Island is famous for more than being the home of Confederation Bridge. With “red” in this region’s name, the red sand beaches, red jutting cliffs and red clay roads all provide the storybook atmosphere for world-class culinary experiences. Perfect for scenic touring and pictureperfect photos, you’ll work up an appetite as the warmth of the Island’s rolling terrain surrounds you.

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In the Red Sands Shore, discover a variety of Island flavours: • Fresh Island lobster served hot or cold. • Quick lunches featuring the products of local producers. • Melted butter dripping over new potatoes.

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THE PUNGENT SMELL OF SUCCESS C H E R Y L YO U N G - S A LT Y I S L A N D.C O M Sit down with Al Picketts for a conversation about garlic, and you’ll discover that his wealth of knowledge about this flavourful vegetable is abundant, and he is more than happy to share it. Picketts started Eureka Garlic out of an interest in adding garlic to his own garden. “I made every mistake possible....it didn’t grow. So I started looking into it, what am I doing wrong here,” he said. Nearly 20 years later, he supplies seed and eating garlic to farms and consumers across Canada. You can find Eureka Garlic on Route 2, outside Kensington. And yes, the pun in the name is fully intended (just sound it out!). Planting over 100,000 garlic cloves each fall on an acre of land, the farm uses natural, sustainable practices to keep the soil healthy and fertile. “It’s a lot of work, a tremendous amount of work,” Picketts said. “We plant by hand, we weed by hand, we harvest by hand, we clean and grade and size all by hand.” Picketts has developed his own varieties of garlic (at last count there were 14). Each begins with ‘Eureka’ and then a person’s name (often a family member), so you can find garlic varieties like ‘Eureka Amie’, and ‘Eureka Kim’.

The farm is run by Al, his wife, Kim Knight-Picketts, and a few years ago, his daughter Amie joined the team making it a family affair. Each garlic bulb is graded by size, and then for imperfections, using simple tools like toothbrushes to clean the bulbs. Perfect ones are sold for seed and the not-so-perfect bulbs sold for eating. “There’s an old saying in the garlic business, ‘you plant your best and eat the rest,’” Picketts explained. One final selection is when bulbs are set aside to create Eureka Garlic’s well-known black garlic. Black garlic is, simply put, slow roasted garlic. Slow, as in 21 days. Picketts isn’t about to share the exact details of making his black garlic but the resulting bulbs are sought after by chefs, artisan producers, and discerning diners. With a unique taste, it can be described as having a date or prune-like flavour, with hints of chocolate and the sweetness of balsamic vinegar all rolled into one. It is remarkably smooth in texture as well. Why not pick up a bulb or two to take home with you as a tasty memory of PEI?

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Prince Edward Island Beef A “taste of place” experience.

Healthy. Happy. Humane. Salt air, iron-rich soil, and rolling pastures produce healthy, stress-free animals. There’s a relationship between farmer, animal and the land that can’t be replicated resulting in beef as distinctive as the Island itself. Prince Edward Island Certified Beef, raised on Canada’s Food Island, is genuine in character and old world flavour for the tables of those who choose to eat better. Drop in to a local Sobeys across PEI to pick up Prince Edward Island Certified Island Beef, Island View Farms, and Atlantic Beef Products Inc. Visit www.abpi.ca to meet our producers and try out our delicious recipes.


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16 Cottage Crescent, York 902-672-2048 dalvaybythesea.com Breakfast 7:30 - 11am Lunch 11:30am - 2pm Lounge 2 - 10pm (June - Oct.) Dinner 5 - 9pm

A National Historic Site, situated on the North Shore of PEI, Dalvay by the Sea has a rich and celebrated history. The MacMillan Dining Room is a full-service restaurant, offering a relaxed, fine dining experience in a landmark Victorian home. Chef Ryan Janssens and his team offer high-quality, modern cuisine with an emphasis on highlighting the Island’s many fresh and local offerings. Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or an afternoon cocktail, join us and be a part of the tradition that celebrates the rich culinary history, hospitality and charm of Prince Edward Island.

BREAKFAST • Sour Cream Hot Cakes: Lemon curd, basil, fresh seasonal berries,

Acadian maple syrup.

• Smoked Trout: Crisp potato rosti, mixed greens.

LUNCH • Lobster Roll: Traditional lobster salad, toasted roll, mixed greens,

hand cut fries.

• Buttermilk Chicken Biscuit: Crisp chicken, house made biscuit, salted honey,

pickle, peppercorn lime drizzle, brussels sprout Caesar salad.

DINNER • North Shore Chowder: Fresh, seasonal and local market inspired. • Smoked Harmony Meadow Lamb: Braised lamb, pomegranate glaze,

chickpea puree, pickled beets, chermoula.

• House Made Pasta: Fresh pasta, sautéed mushroom, white wine sauce,

brown butter, ricotta.

• Seared Digby Scallops: Seared scallops, fennel puree, spring asparagus,

smoked baby potatoes.

DESSERT • Passion Fruit White Chocolate Macaron: Raspberry, candied ginger,

lemongrass sauce.  

• Sticky Toffee Date Pudding: Salted caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream,

crisp tuile.  

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Enjoy the freshest oysters the Island has to offer. Serving our very own Malpeque oysters and focusing on the freshest local ingredients.

Malpeque Wharf Road Malpeque 902-836-3999 facebook.com/malpequeoysterbarn Open daily 11 am – 9 pm June 15 to September 10

Malpeque Oyster Barn offers fresh daily specials and friendly service and is family owned and operated. Located on the Wharf overlooking the Malpeque Harbour. Enjoy your meal in a casual environment with unbelievable views. Fish market on-site.

A SAMPLING OF OUR MENU: • Malpeque Oyster Barn Oysters: Our own Malpeque Bay oysters processed

on site and served with unique seasonal sauces.

• Pan Fried Oysters: Our own Malpeque Bay oysters processed on site

prepared with home-made 20-year old recipe.

• Variety of Steamed Island Mussels: Home-made 20-year recipe, served with

grilled bread.

• Pan-Fried Haddock: Cooked to perfection. • Pan-Seared Scallop Dishes: Local scallops. • Home Style Chowder: Generous portions of haddock, scallops, shrimp and

clams served with a biscuit.

• House Made Fish Cakes: Homestyle fresh salted cod fishcakes prepared

with local spices.

• Quahogs: Raw on the half shell or in a po’ boy sandwich. • Salads from Chef’s Garden: In season vegetables from chef’s garden. • Po’ Boy Sandwiches: Quahog or oyster, served with home-made coleslaw. • Lobster Rolls: PEI lobster prepared in traditional roll. • Fish Tacos: Breaded haddock chunks with home-made aioli, served with

garden vegetables.

Selection of Land Lover Dishes. All menu items are served with a fresh garden salad or homemade potato salad. Gluten free options available. FRESH HOUSE MADE DESSERTS • Strawberry Shortcake (seasonal) • Rhubarb Crumble • Cheesecake LOCAL BEER & WINE

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99 Apple Tree Road Brackley Beach 902-672-2022 shawshotel.ca

PEI Chef Darius Martin invites you to dine at Shaw’s Hotel, a National Heritage Site, open since 1860. Chef Darius brings over twenty five years of culinary experience to this beautiful restaurant overlooking the scenic Brackley Bay. Bring along some friends and family and enjoy our culinary team’s fresh offerings. We’ve been serving local long before local was in vogue. Check out our daily menu on our Facebook page. A sampling of our menu below.

APPETIZERS • Fresh Malpeque Oysters: Served on the half shell with seafood sauce

and lemon.

• Crab Cakes: Pan fried rock crab cakes served with greens and spicy

tomato relish.

• Beef Lollipops: Seared skewered beef tenderloin with Glasgow Glen Farms

Bluda cheese and caramelized onions.

• Soup de Jour: Ask what the chef has created today. • Seafood Chowder: A medley of seafood in a white wine, thyme scented

velouté.

• Mussels: Fresh Island blue mussels steamed in coconut curry broth served

with a garlic toasted baguette.

• Green Salad: Fresh local greens with cucumbers, tomato, carrots, peppers

and strawberries, accompanied by a choice of homemade dressings.

• Caesar Salad: Chopped romaine lettuce, bacon shards, freshly grated

parmesan cheese, herb and garlic croutons in a house made dressing.

ENTREES • Fresh Atlantic Salmon: Grilled fresh Atlantic salmon with a chive, whole grain

mustard beurre blanc.

• Baked Halibut: With a hoisin-rhubarb sweet and sour sauce. • Beef Tenderloin: Grilled PEI beef tenderloin, burnt onion jam, demi glace. • Chicken Supreme: Fresh Larkin Brother’s bone in chicken breast,

pan seared, oven finished, with a red wine, bacon demi glace.

• Pasta: An ever-changing creation. • Haddock: Pan seared haddock filets with a tellicherry pepper and

citrus sauce.

DESSERTS • Strawberry Rhubarb Pie a la Mode • Flourless Chocolate Torte: Served with Grand Marnier, macerated black

berries and whipped cream.

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Cavendish 902-963-3330 samuelscoffeehouse.ca Off season: 9am-5pm daily July and August: 7:30am-7pm daily

Samuel‘s is located in the quaint village of Avonlea in Cavendish. We focus on locally inspired food, the best handcrafted drinks and exceptional service. Samuel’s is all about whole-some, made from scratch food. We partner with many PEI suppliers to bring you the best that we have to offer.

SPECIALTY COFFEES & BEVERAGES • Latte: Samuel’s perfects the art of handcrafted drinks with locally roasted beans. • Cold Brew: Our own signature roast served cold brew or Nitro. • Hand Pressed Lemonade: Our most popular summer drink with fresh

pressed lemons and our own simple syrup to lightly sweeten.

ALL DAY EATS • Lobster Reuben: A twist on the usual. PEI lobster with slaw, sauerkraut and

Swiss melted on marble rye!

• Smoked Salmon Bagel: Locally smoked salmon served on a St. Viateur bagel

with cream cheese, red onion, capers and fresh dill.

• The Pickled Farmer: Local smoked ham, brie and pickled onion on house

made bread.

• Breakfast Sam: Popular morning favorite with egg, aged cheddar, tomato,

spinach served on a homemade cheese bun. DESSERTS

At Samuel’s, people often start with dessert as we do it well with Raspberry Cream Cheese Pie, Date Squares and massive Hello Dollie Squares.

In a charming historic building overlooking the River Clyde in New Glasgow, fresh local food cooked with international flair. 5592 Route 13, New Glasgow 902-964-3313 themillinnewglasgow.com

The delicious menu created by Chef Emily Wells and her team expresses their commitment to local produce and ethical food Open mid-June to mid-October Wednesday to Sunday 12-3pm & 5-9pm production. SAMPLE LUNCH MENU   • Garden Grain Bowl: Local greens and vegetables with herbs, quinoa,

almonds and sunflower seeds.

• Chicken Pot Pie: Lots of chicken, carrots, mushrooms and peas in a

richly-flavoured sauce.

• Lobster & Leek Quiche: PEI lobster with leeks and fresh herbs. SAMPLE DINNER MENU • Mediterranean Seafood Chowder: Atlantic seafood in a classic tomato

pesto broth.

• Lobster or Chicken or Vegetable Pad Thai: Rice noodles, vegetables, tofu,

peanuts, cilantro, garlic and ginger.

• Slow-cooked Pork Ribs with Mac & Cheese: Rosemary and garlic-marinated

ribs, aged PEI Cheddar and Gouda.

• Grilled Atlantic Beef Tenderloin: 6oz steak with roasted beefsteak tomato

and herb butter.

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Basin View Seafood

Glasgow Glen Farm

8934 Route 6 Cavendish 902-963-3903 basinview.ca

190 Route 258 Lower New Glasgow Rd. New Glasgow 902-963-2496 glasgowglenfarm.ca

Carr’s Oyster Bar

Island Honey Wine Company

32 Campbellton Rd. Stanley Bridge 902-886-3355 carrspei.ca

820 Millboro Rd. Wheatley River 902-626-9362 islandhoneywine.ca

Deep Roots Distillery/Beamish Orchard 2100 North York River Rd. Route 248 Warren Grove 902-620-1085 deeprootsdistillery.com

Doiron Fisheries Ltd.

Island Stone Pub Kensington Station 62 Broadway St. Kensington 902-836-3063 islandstonepub.ca

Jane & Sue’s Artisan Bread and Chocolate

56 Harbourview Dr. North Rustico 902-963-2442 peifishmarket.com

5592 Route 13 New Glasgow 902-388-8441 heysplendid.com

Fisherman’s Wharf Lobster Suppers 7230 Rustico Rd. North Rustico 902-963-2669 fishermanswharf.ca

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Larkin Bros. Inc. 68 Larkin Ln. New Glasgow 902-629-9817 larkinbros.com

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The Lost Anchor 8572 Cavendish Rd. Cavendish 902-360-2221 lostanchorpei.com

Prince Edward Aqua Farms 5891 Route 20 Springbrook 902-886-2220 peaqua.com

Matos Winery & Distillery 3156 West River Rd. St. Catherines 902-675-9463 matoswinery.com

New Glasgow Lobster Suppers 604 Route 258 New Glasgow 902-964-2870 peilobstersuppers.com

The Mill Marché 5592 Route 13 New Glasgow 902-964-3313 themillinnewglasgow.com

The Pearl Eatery & Oyster Lounge 7792 Cavendish Rd. North Rustico 902-963-2111 pearleatery.com

The RiverShed Ultimate Chef’s Table 5033 Route 6 Oyster Bed Bridge 902-566-3137 ext. 208 mhgpei.com/rivershedultimate-chef-table

The Table Culinary Studio 4295 Grahams Rd. New London 647-920-1542, 902-886-2025 thetablepei.ca

The Table Culinary Studio 4295 Grahams Rd. New London 647-920-1542, 902-886-2025 thetablepei.ca

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Charlottetown The friendly people of Charlottetown, Canada’s birthplace, know how to show visitors a great time. Experience the perfect blend of culture, romance, charm and hospitality in our seaside destination, voted a Cultural Capital of Canada. Visit us year-round for fabulous culinary experiences and events spread throughout the seasons:

Sample our unique menu of culinary delights, heritage settings and urban flair.

• PEI International Shellfish Festival • Fall Flavours, featuring Farm Day in the City • WinterDine

Our Authentic PEI Products are putting Charlottetown on the map, from award winning ice cream and cheese to local craft beer and cocktails.

Always on the menu - fresh Island ingredients and world-class oysters, mussels, lobster, beef and potatoes at one of our many and often independently owned restaurants.

Whether it’s off the menu or off the shelf, Charlottetown is a winning culinary destination.

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THE LITTLE SHACK OF FRIES B R I A N M C I N N I S - S A LT Y I S L A N D.C O M Caron Prins is known around the world for her PEI french fries It is not an exaggeration to suggest that Caron Prins and her ‘Chip Shack’ are known in many parts of the world. In fact, articles about her and her fries have been penned in Korea, Japan, China, Germany, the United States and various parts of Canada. Thousands of tourists have carried her story across the globe. Prins, who was born and grew up in Alexandra, PEI, travelled the world working in the service industry, but had never tried cooking for a living and “honestly, I didn’t know what I was doing,” Prins said, in a recent interview. “On my very first day I was in the shack making french fries and they were absolutely terrible and I had no idea what I was going to do”. Since she was 19, Prins has been volunteering and backpacking in Third World countries which is how she “came to love the street food vibe, the flavor and the little ‘ma and pa’s’ that are all over South and Central America and all through Southeast Asia.” She decided she wanted to bring a little of that back home. Prins does not just cook and serve food, she is also a hit with her customers.

Whether it be giving a big hug—which the menu on the side of the building states are free—posing for selfies, or waving at passersby, Prins’ customers love her. Trip Advisor has given her shack 4 ½ out of 5 ‘plates’ and rated it fourth best out of 185 restaurants in Charlottetown. All the secondary ingredients on her menu are her creations, from the glutenfree batter to the salts for the french fries. The lobster roll and hand cut fries are her best sellers. Her menu started with fries and fish and chips and over the years it has grown to 16 items such as a lobster roll containing only lobster meat and no fillers, gluten-free fish and chips, pulled pork poutine, and gluten-free apple fries. But at the top of the menu are her ‘world famous’ hand-cut Island chips that have made her the selfdescribed ‘Queen of Fries’. In June 2018, Prins’ chip shack was hoisted onto a barge and floated to its new location on a floating dock at the Peake’s Wharf. Her location may have changed, but her menu has not and the hugs are still free.

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113 Longworth Ave. Charlottetown 902-566-9002 bar1911.com Open weekdays at 8am Open weekends at 9am

We offer a 20-tap selection of rotating craft beers from the Maritimes, a slow and quick coffee bar and a small bites menu all in a stylish, comfortable and unique environment. Stop in for your morning coffee, your after work drinks and everything in between! Located in the lower level of the Pizza Delight 1911 Jail, bar1911 is perfect for drinks with friends, business meetings or a casual lunch.

EATS • Classic Cheese Burger: Prime trim ground beef, bacon, fried onions, mayo,

ketchup, mustard and side pickles.

• Mac n’ Cheese (Vegan/Gluten-free): Rice noodles, coconut based

“cheese sauce”, chipotle paste, served with nacho chips.

• Chicken Sandwich: Crispy breaded chicken, chipotle mayo, lettuce

and tomato.

• Bar Nachos: Sliced jalapenos, chopped red onion, tomatoes, corn,

Tex Mex cheese (Vegan Bar Nachos available).

• Smoked Beef Bun: Montreal smoked beef, honey mustard, Havarti cheese,

Vic Park Pale Ale pickles.

• 1911 Big House Salad: Chef’s creation of mixed greens and vegetables. • Loaded Fries: Flavors change daily! • Donut Bowl: Cinnamon sugar dusted bites with vanilla icing. • House Chips and Dip: Seasoned hand-cut potato chips with dip. BET WEEN THE BREAD • Southwestern Breakfast Sandwich: Soft bakery bun with black sesame

seeds, red pepper, green pepper, red onion, egg, cheddar cheese, house made sauce. • Morning Show Breakfast Sandwich: English muffin, spinach, egg, green onion, mayo, ham, cheese. • Cali Sandwich: Roasted red pepper hummus, arugula, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots, red cabbage, sprouts. • Ploughman’s Sandwich: Ham, cheddar cheese, green onion, mayo, pea shoots, pickles, honey mustard. • Turkey Sandwich: Avocado mayo, arugula, tomato, turkey, Havarti cheese, sprouts, honey mustard. BEANS

Drip, Espresso, Americano, Macchiato, Cappuccino, Latte, Mocha, London Fog, Flat White, Iced Coffee and more!

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2 Lower Water Steet, Peake’s Warf Charlottetown 902-894-1112 brakish.com Open daily 11:30am-10pm

Soak up the coast from Charlottetown’s hottest waterfront patio! With authentic East Coast food and drink, you can be sure to experience the best our Island has to offer. Casual atmosphere, local craft beer, fun cocktails and live entertainment by some of Prince Edward Island’s best musicians, Brakish provides everything you need for an authentic East Coast dining experience. Sample menu below. Menu items and descriptions subject to change.

APPETIZERS • Steamed PEI Mussels: Ask your server about this season’s flavours! • Clam Chowder: Chopped clams, celery, potatoes, carrots and cream. • Brakish Buffalo Wings: 1lb crispy breaded chicken wings with Acadian

Maple Buffalo sauce and bacon.

• Belle River Crab Dip: Island rock crab with cream cheese, asiago, parsley,

lemon and grilled flatbread.

• Spicy Sweet Potato Cheese Fries: Crispy spiced fries finished with

grated parmesan cheese, served with sriracha pepper aioli sauce.

• The Brakish Watermelon Salad: Arugula tossed with watermelon,

feta cheese, cucumber and olive oil.

ENTREES • Deck Hand Burger: 8 oz Island beef patty with jalapeno Havarti cheese, tomato,

lettuce, onion jam and sriracha pepper aioli on a rustic bun served with fries.

• Island Steak Sandwich: Marinated PEI’s own Teres Major steak with onion

jam, Swiss cheese on a toasted garlic buttered hoagie, served with fries.

• Maritime Fish Tacos (2): Crisp fried haddock, mango- red cabbage slaw,

with avocado drizzle in flour tortilla, served with fries.

• Brakish Fish + Chips: Crisp “local” beer battered Atlantic haddock served

with Cavendish fries, local cole-slaw, lemon and tartar sauce.

• PEI Lobster Roll: Chilled lobster mixed with sweet caramelized onion mayo,

celery lemon, parsley, lettuce on a top split roll with Cavendish fries.

• Famous Brakish Chowder Fries: Crisp Cavendish fries finished with garlic

butter and our creamy clam chowder with grated cheese.

• BBQ Salmon Salad: 4oz Atlantic salmon, arugula, tomato, cucumber,

toasted seeds, feta cheese, chickpea, raw broccoli florets, blueberries, dried cranberries and raspberry vinaigrette.

DESSERTS • Mason Jar Dessert: Ask your server for today’s selection.

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Located in historic Downtown Charlottetown, Brickhouse Kitchen & Bar is the perfect atmosphere to discover your favourite PEI-inspired dish. Sit at our kitchen bar, chat with our award-winning 125 Sydney St. chef and enjoy dishes that are prepared Charlottetown with the freshest of local ingredients 902-566-4620 in our trendy dining room. After dinner, brickhousepei.com head upstairs for a drink at Marc’s Lounge, our intimate 3rd-floor loft space, Open weekdays at 11am where you can also enjoy live local music Saturdays & Sundays at 10am on Friday and Saturday evenings.

with Brunch served 10am-2pm

APPETIZERS • Chef Seth’s Award-Winning Chowder: Lobster, haddock, scallops,

mussels, smoked bacon and PEI potatoes.

• Spinach and Cranberry Dip: Naan, rosemary crackers. • Haddock Tacos: Tempura haddock, slaw, guacamole, lime cream. • Duck Confit Sliders: Sesame steamed buns, ginger slaw, cilantro salad,

Korean glaze.

• Rock Crab Cake: Island potatoes, roasted corn salsa, chilli orange

marmalade.

ENTREES • Island Mussels & Frites: Charred lime, garlic and saffron broth,

garlic parm frites.

• Buttermilk Chicken Club: Dijon slaw, bacon marmalade, jalapeño

remoulade.

• Steak Frites: Garlic parmesan steak frites, chimichurri. • Cajun Haddock Salad: Arugula and greens, roasted potatoes, capers,

kalamata, harissa vinaigrette.

• Brickinator: 7 oz beef, candied bacon, three cheese blend, butter leaf

lettuce, onion rings, “Brick” sauce.

• Brisket Grilled Cheese: Country-style bread, herb gouda, garlic aioli. BRUNCH • Eggs Benny: English muffin, brunch greens, fried baby red potatoes, with

choice of herb-cured salmon, peameal bacon, or guacamole and tomato.

• Brick Breakfast: Maple sausage, candied bacon, red potatoes, country

toast, three eggs, cranberry and raspberry jam.

• Frittata: Roasted tomato, onion, zucchini, broccolini, goat cheese,

Cajun fried hash, harissa, herbed Gouda.

• Fried Chicken and French Toast: Caramelized apple and cream cheese

stuffed, raspberry coulis, hollandaise, maple.

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200 Pownal Street Charlottetown 902-892-2496 • 877-638-6333 info@dundeearmspei.com dundeearmspei.com @dundeearms facebook.com/dundeearms June 1 – Sept. 30: 7am–10pm Oct. 1 – May 30: 11am–9pm

The Dundee Arms Inn has been a local favourite for 47 years. The property features 22 tastefully decorated guest rooms, lounge and dining room. A truly authentic Inn. Enjoy your meals outdoors on Charlottetown’s finest patio or indoors in our restaurant or lounge. Whether you are having breakfast, lunch or a candlelight dinner you are sure to enjoy the warm atmosphere of our property. Open seven days a week. Serving Lunch, Brunch and Dinner. Breakfast served June-September, 7am to 11am. Fresh specials daily. Some of our menu samples below.

BREAKFAST • Eggs Benedict: A toasted English muffin with poached eggs and ham.

Topped with house made Hollandaise sauce and served with our home fries or a fresh salad. Can also be served with smoked salmon or lobster. • Belgian Waffles: Two Belgian waffles served with a mixed berry compote and your choice of ham, bacon or sausage. • “All in One Potato Frittata”: Fresh bell peppers, onions, zucchini and garlic combined with fresh farm eggs and Island potatoes. Topped with our three cheese blend and served open faced with a Caesar or garden salad. LUNCH • Creamy Maritime Seafood Chowder: The Dundee’s award winning recipe of

local seafood simmered in a creamy New England style broth.

• Scallop and Shrimp Tacos: Grilled scallops and shrimp, pickled avocado,

green cabbage slaw, salsa roja and lime crema on flour tortillas.

• Lobster Roll: Island classic tender pieces of lobster tossed in light

mayonnaise, celery and lemon on a soft toasted bun.

• Chicken and Broccoli Crepes: Two tender crepes filled with chicken, broccoli

and cheddar cheese, topped with house made Hollandaise and served with garden or Caesar salad.

DINNER

Fresh, locally grown produce used in many entrées enhance the flavour of our wide array of seafood, chicken, steak, pork and pasta dishes. Choose from our casual lounge menu or our dining room menu. Each evening the Chef and his culinary team will offer a freshly prepared culinary treat that is sure to tempt your palate.

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Located on historic Victoria Row, Fishbones Oyster Bar & Grill provides the best the Island has to offer for food and drinks. Sip a drink on our sunny patio, enjoy fresh Island oysters at our raw bar or savour a lobster dinner, all while listening to live local entertainment. 136 Richmond Sreet Charlottetown 902-628-6569 fishbones.ca

Don’t forget to check out our rooftop patio, Fishies on the Roof, which boasts the best views of the city!

Open daily at 11am APPETIZERS • Oysters: Hot sauce, pickle sauce, horseradish sauce. • PEI Mussels: Bacon, mushroom, thyme. • Ravioli: Lobster, potato, lobster sauce, arugula, goat cheese. • Chowder: Nori potato broth, white fish, mussels, scallops, clams,

baby red potatoes.

• Nachos: Jalapeño salsa, cheddar cheese sauce, pico, sour cream. • Seafood Board: Scallop ceviche, mussels escabeche, salmon pâté,

ricotta, baguette.

ENTREES • Risotto: Lobster, peas, Grana Padano. • Salmon: Sweet potato, salsa verde, seasonal vegetables. • Lobster: Beer & Bay Boiled Barnacle Buddies, clarified butter. • N.Y. Striploin: Pan-seared, fingerlings, brown garlic butter, seasonal

vegetables.

• Seared Tuna Salad: Seared tuna, green beans, tart apple, goat cheese,

almonds, greens, lime dressing. • Fish and Chips: Haddock, tartar sauce, coleslaw. • BBQ Ribs: Root beer barbecue sauce, pickled fennel seeds, slaw. • Chicken Salad: Sweet potato, arugula, corn, cucumber, feta, braised chicken. • Lobster Roll: Lobster, celery, herbs, butter leaf, slaw. • Veggie Burger: Black bean and sweet potato patty, feta, slaw. • Seafood Pasta: Mussels, clams, scallops, roasted garlic, cream. • Halibut: Parsnip, seasonal vegetables, charred onion broth. • Fish Taco: Corn tortilla, feta, salsa verde, slaw. • Veggie Lasagna: Ratatouille, mozzarella, zucchini, tomato, red onion, red pepper, side Caesar salad. • Fried Chicken: Pickle brined and fried, buffalo sauce, aioli, slaw.

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126 Sydney Street Charlottetown 902-626-BEER (2337) gahan.ca Open daily at 11am

Located in historic Downtown Charlottetown, The Gahan House has quickly become the go-to destination to meet up with friends and family. Enjoy the cozy atmosphere, delicious food, great service and in-house handcrafted ales from PEI’s favourite brewery. Come try our 15 ales on tap. Looking to take some home? We have bottles and growlers available for purchase.

APPETIZERS • Fish Cakes: PEI potatoes, cod, Atlantic haddock, horseradish cucumber aioli. • Atlantic Seafood Chowder: Mussels, haddock, scallops and rich cream base. • Baked Crab Dip: Crab, cream cheese, roasted red pepper, green onions,

grilled naan and nacho chips.

• Nachos: Tri-colour corn tortilla chips, green onions, tomatoes, black olives,

jalapeños, and cheddar cheese.

• Crispy Calamari: Beer-battered crispy calamari with chipotle-lime aioli. MAINS • Brown Bag Fish & Chips: Atlantic haddock, Sir John A’s Honey Wheat Ale

beer batter, house-made tartar sauce.

• Scallop & Mussel Linguine: Seared scallops, mussels, cherry tomatoes and

linguine tossed in tarragon cream sauce.

• Gahan Tacos: Your choice of chicken, haddock or falafel. • Curry Butter Chicken: Creamy house-made butter chicken sauce, onions,

tomato, naan bread, served over your choice of rice, Gahan spiced fries or a combination of both. • The Local Burger: 6oz MacPhee Meats‘ ground beef patty, Glasgow Glen Farms‘ chili Gouda, bacon, 1772 IPA ketchup, beer mustard, whiskey onion jam, lettuce, tomato, beer pickle, on a brioche bun. • Gahan Veggie Burger: House-made black bean patty, roasted onion aioli, pickled beets, goat cheese, tossed greens and tomato on a brioche bun. • Chicken & Chorizo Penne: Chorizo, chicken, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, peppers, onions, spinach, Cajun cream and parmesan cheese. • Cast Iron Pork Tenderloin: Herb crusted pork tenderloin, seasonal vegetables and roasted baby red potatoes, apple compound butter. • Maple Balsamic Salmon: Seared Atlantic salmon, maple balsamic cream sauce, squash purée, roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Do you have any dietary restrictions or allergies? We’re pleased to offer our Meet Your Needs menus with gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian options!

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2 Prince St. Wharf Charlottetown 902-368-2888 (Restaurant) 902-894-9311 (Seafood Market) lobsteronthewharf.com Opens daily at 11:30am

Charlottetown’s premier seafood restaurant, located on the picturesque waterfront. Enjoy fresh lobsters, oysters, mussels and clams from our onsite seafood market. Dining available indoors or on one of our decks. We have a great selection for land lovers and children as well. We have over 20 local suppliers featuring sustainable seafoods. Our casual dining atmosphere is sure to please whether you are in town for business or vacation. We pack fresh lobster for travel!

APPETIZERS • Malpeque Oysters: Raw, on the half shell; medium and large choice. • Wharf Mussels: Island blue mussels, simmered in white wine and butter. • Seafood Chowder: A cream based chowder with scallops, shrimp, haddock

and baby clams. Celiac friendly!

• House Salad: Kale and baby spinach with grape tomatoes, cucumber,

bell peppers, radish, dried cranberries and julienned carrots, with a lemon poppyseed dressing. • Lobster Bisque: Our rich creamy house recipe that combines fresh lobster meat, lobster stock, cream and a hint of anise. • Lobster & Crab Dip Duo: PEI lobster, bruschetta and cream cheese and Island rock crab, cream cheese and shallots; both served warm with seasoned flat bread. ENTREES • Lobster on the Wharf: Lobster as it was meant to be eaten. Steamed PEI

lobster served with drawn butter and lemon. Choose your size from 1lb - 2lbs and above. • Sea Scallops: Atlantic Canadian sea scallops sautéed and gently dressed with a chimichurri sauce. • Belle River Crab Cakes: Hand-picked Island rock crab and PEI potatoes, panko breaded and served with a lemon basil aioli. • Surf & Turf: Pair your favourites with choices of sea scallops, lobster, lobster tail, steak or chicken. • Island Lobster Roll: This East Coast specialty features lobster meat lightly mixed with mayo and celery in traditional bun that is grilled and brushed with garlic and tarragon butter. • MacKinnon’s Fish & Chips: A generous serving of fresh Atlantic haddock lightly battered in our famous tempura batter and served with house tartar sauce. • Seafood Pot Pie: Lobster, scallops, shrimp and vegetables in Chef’s secret seafood pie sauce topped with a puff pastry. • Seafood Platter: Build a seafood feast to your liking with 9 items to choose from. Local Craft Beers from Upstreet Craft Brewing, PEI Brewing Co., Barnone Brewing.

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23 Queen St. Charlottetown 902-892-9150 merchantman.ca Open daily at 11am Grab ‘N’ Go - Open at 8am Next Door Lounge Open at noon

Merchantman Fresh Seafood & Oyster Bar is a year-round destination for authentic PEI seafood, bringing the best of what the province’s waters have to offer to their guests’ plates. With refreshing drinks, delicious food, fresh oysters and two outdoor patios, it’s a crowd favourite. Merchantman also provides Grab ‘N’ Go, a quick stop for healthy breakfast and lunch options, or try Next Door Patio and Lounge, Merchantman’s outdoor bar and casual lounge for late-night entertainment and cocktails.

APPETIZERS • Seafood Chowder: Haddock, salmon and mussels. • Smoked Salmon Board: Naan bread, capers, herb cream cheese,

red onion, Kalamata olives, grilled onion hummus and house salad.

• Fried Calamari: Crispy calamari, lemon pepper seasoning, green onion,

drizzled with chili dilly mayo.

• Steamed Island Mussels: Choice of white wine and garlic or curry. • Merchantman Nachos: Hickory potato chips, jalapeños, tomato,

green onions, mixed cheese, and chipotle aioli.

• Spinach & Artichoke Dip: Grilled naan bread and seasoned kettle chips. • BBQ Ribs: Braised short ribs, BBQ sauce and cracked black pepper. ENTREES • Fish and Chips: Two pieces of haddock, Beach Chair Lager batter,

house cut fries, tartar and coleslaw.

• Lobster Dinner: 1¼lb lobster, melted butter, lemon. • Atlantic Salmon: Pan seared Atlantic salmon, dill yogurt, beets, kale,

toasted pine nuts.

• 10oz. Striploin: Grilled Island striploin, Iron Bridge Brown Ale demi,

herb butter and crispy onion rings.

• Island Seafood Boil: Steamed Island mussels, 1¼lb Island lobster,

shrimp, scallops, baby red potatoes, grilled lemon, herb butter, chimichurri and arugula. • Vegetarian Burger: Island sprouted lentil patty, grilled onion hummus, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, local sprouts. • Curry: Medium heat madras curry, dates, apples, peppers, naan bread, spinach, on cumin basmati rice with choice of protein. • Haddock Tacos: Two crispy haddock tacos, coleslaw, tomato and jalapeno aioli. • Lobster Roll: Island lobster and lettuce on a buttery grilled roll.

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131 Sydney Street, Charlottetown 902-892-9661 oldedublinpub.com Sunday 12pm-10pm Monday - Thursday 11am-12am Friday - Saturday 11am-2am

The Olde Dublin Pub is located in downtown Charlottetown in a restored historic building upstairs from Claddagh Oyster House. Olde Dublin Pub features traditional pub fare, great draught selections, local craft beer and cider from PEI breweries and the best in Island and Maritime entertainment!

APPETIZERS • $1 Oysters: Everyday from 4pm – 6pm. • Irish Potato Nachos: Thinly sliced deep fried potatoes, topped with

shredded cheddar and mozzarella, green onions, bacon and diced tomatoes. Served with salsa and sour cream.

ENTREES • Beer Battered Fish & Chips: Haddock hand dipped in our own beer batter.

Served golden brown with fries and tartar sauce.

• Prime Rib Sandwich: In house shaved prime rib piled high on a crusty

classic bun with a side of Au Jus served with golden fries.

• Shepherd’s Pie: A pub classic! Seasoned ground beef with vegetables in

rich gravy topped with our garlic mashed potatoes.

• Steak & Guinness Pot Pie: Tender beef marinated in the world-famous

Guinness Irish Stout, along with potatoes and root vegetables topped with puff pastry and oven baked.

131 Sydney Street, Charlottetown 902-892-6992 claddaghoysterhouse.com Open daily 5-10pm

The Claddagh Oyster House is located in downtown Charlottetown in the same restored historic building as Olde Dublin Pub. Claddagh Oyster House offers more than just great oysters. It showcases premium PEI beef, great seafood, chicken, vegetable and pasta dishes and an extensive wine list that will be sure to please the palate.

APPETIZERS • Fried Lobster and Crab Cakes: Savoury potato cakes filled with PEI lobster

and crab served with mustard pickles and creme fresh.

• Oyster Rockefeller: Fresh Malpeque oyster topped with fennel, onions,

double smoked bacon, spinach cream and parmesan.

• Best quality oysters available from Canada: Showcasing PEI’s finest

oysters.

ENTREES • Claddagh ‘Surf & Turf’: Maple glazed pork belly and seared sea scallops.

Served with thyme roasted strawberries.

• Galway Bay: Large tiger shrimp and scallops sautéed with mushrooms

and scallions, a touch of Irish Mist and cream.

• Dry Aged Island Beef Striploin: Chargrilled and served with a cabernet

molasses jus.

• PEI Halibut: Served with bacon caper rhubarb butter. • Fresh PEI Lobster: Boiled lobster served with garlic-balsamic butter

and lemon.

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On the Historic Waterfront! Enjoy food with a view on PEI’s largest outdoor patio overlooking the Charlottetown Harbour. 11C Great George Street Charlottetown 902-368-1330 peakesquay.com Daily 11:30am-8pm July-Aug: 11:30am-11pm

Our menu includes something for everyone. Fresh PEI seafood, steaks, chicken and Kid’s menu available, plus a full pub menu. Open May to September.

APPETIZERS • Bacon Wrapped Scallops: Six fresh scallops wrapped in bacon and broiled

to perfection.

• PEI Mussels: Fresh mussels steamed in a white wine, thyme, garlic and

onions.

• Fresh Oysters: Fresh Malpeque oysters shucked per oyster and served with

white balsamic ginger mignonette.

• Peakes Salad: Fresh artisan lettuce with strawberries, feta cheese, toasted

almonds and red onion. Topped with our house blueberry and honey balsamic vinaigrette.

ENTREES • Avocado Ranch Chicken Sandwich: Crispy chicken, avocado ranch sauce,

jalapeno jack cheese, lettuce and tomato on a grilled bun.

• PEI Lobster Roll: Fresh Island lobster with celery and citrus aioli. • Crispy PEI Fish Cakes: Homemade fish cakes served with lemon caper aioli

and Caesar salad.

• Peake’s Wharf Haddock: Fresh baked haddock topped with lemon beurre

blanc then sprinkled with seasoned panko crumbs.

• Fresh Lobster Dinner: Freshly cooked hot lobster dinner with seasonal

vegetables and potato of the day.

• Lobster Cold Plate: An Island Tradition! 1lb lobster served with potato salad,

coleslaw, tomatoes, cucumbers and melted butter!

• Fish Tacos: Crispy battered or baked haddock served in a grilled tortilla

shell with lettuce, pico de gallo, cheese and Sriracha lime sauce. Served with fries. • Fish & Chips: Moosehead beer battered haddock served with fries and coleslaw.

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The PEI Brewing Company Taproom is not just a great spot to get your craft beer fix. They also offer a small but delicious locally-inspired menu, brewery tours, Thursday night trivia, table top games and unique weekly casks brewed in house.

96 Kensington Rd., Charlottetown 902-629-BREW (2739) peibrewingcompany.com

Brewery Hours: Monday – Saturday: 11am–10pm Sunday: 12–5pm Kitchen Hours: Monday - Thursday: 4-9pm Friday & Saturday: 12-9pm Sunday: 12-5pm

APPETIZERS • Nachos: Tri-color tortilla chips topped with tomatoes, red peppers, corn,

banana peppers, green onions and shredded cheese with choice of protein. • Tomato Bruschetta Flatbread: Tomato bruschetta, goat cheese, balsamic glaze and green onion. • Turkey Wings: Larkin Brothers’ turkey wings with choice of sauce. • Cheese Curds: Island Red Ale beer-battered cheese curds served with zesty ranch sauce. MAINS • Crispy Haddock: Breaded haddock, purple cabbage slaw and house-

made tartar sauce.

• Buttermilk Chicken Sandwich: Larkin Brothers’ buttermilk fried chicken,

candied bacon, Glasgow Glen Farms peppercorn Gouda, sliced tomato, lettuce and spicy mayo. • Pulled Pork Pizza: 1772 IPA braised pork shoulder, red onions, banana peppers, shredded cheese, and Sydney Street Stout and apple BBQ sauce served on a flatbread. • Brew Burger: MacPhee’s Meats’ Island beef patty, fried onions, candied bacon, cheddar cheese, jalapeño ketchup and honey mustard. • Grilled Cheese: Glasgow Glen Farms peppercorn Gouda, candied bacon, banana peppers and Iron Bridge Ale onion jam. • Munchie Platter: Cheese curds, turkey wings, corn dogs, kettle chips with cheese dip, and bruschetta flatbread. Serves 3-5 people.

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70 Grafton Street Charlottetown 902-894-4800 thepilothouse.ca Open daily at 11:30

A Sampling of Our Menu... Selections May Vary.

Architectural splendor meets exceptional dining in one of the city’s most beautiful heritage buildings. We source fresh and local ingredients whenever possible highlighting the very best of PEI’s harvest. Enjoy the freshest local seafood, hand cut AAA Island beef, as well as our extensive wine and scotch lists. Whether eating oysters at the bar or savouring a sumptuous meal in the pub, dining room, or courtyard, The Pilot House is sure to please.

PUB MENU • Warm Seafood Cajun Salad: Scallops, shrimp, haddock, salmon, cajun spices,

goat cheese, served on warm greens. • Steak Sandwich: New York striploin, sauteed mushrooms, onions and

green peppers, served with fries.

• Lobster BLT: Island lobster, house smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato,

mayo, fine herbs, brioche bun, served with caesar salad. APPETIZERS • Tempura Cauliflower: Tempura battered cauliflower, sesame ginger

glaze, crushed peanuts.

• Seafood Chowder: Shrimp, scallops, salmon, haddock, clams, potato,

celery, cream broth. ENTREES • Steak Frite: 8 oz Island striploin, herbed parmesan frite, peppercorn

cream.

• Scallops Seared: Scallops, horseradish cream, bacon braised artichokes,

corn and potato hash.

• Ribs & Shrimp: 24-hour slow cooked baby back ribs, sesame BBQ glaze,

grilled shrimp, glazed carrots, fingerling potatoes. DESSERTS • Old Sam Sticky Date Pudding: Date pudding, creme anglais, caramel sauce,

whipped cream. • Maple Pecan Pie: Vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce.

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123 Grafton Street Charlottetown 902-367-8340 redwatergrille.com/charlottetown Monday - Saturday: 7am–11pm Sunday: 7am–10pm

Redwater Rustic Grille is centrally located in the lobby of The Holman Grand Hotel, Downtown Charlottetown. Redwater Rustic Grille’s market driven menu is a fresh interpretation of local East Coast products and contemporary West Coast cuisine making for unique signature dishes and innovative creations. Our goal is to provide a memorable dining experience and to offer an experience that is of value to our guests. Servers are warmly professional and their enthusiasm for great food and wine is infectious. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

APPETIZERS • Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese Salad: Arugula, toasted pecan, apple,

parsnip frites, mustard honey vinaigrette.

• Roasted Red Pepper Dip: Bruschetta, parmesan, garlic naan. • Wonton Nachos: Pad thai chicken, wasabi aioli, pico de gallo, pickled

cabbage, ginger glaze, green onion.

• Cheese Board: Local cheese, jams, picky things, crackers, grainy mustard. • Local Oysters on the Half: Featured mignonette or Redwater

seafood sauce.

• Island Seafood Chowder: Baby red potatoes, scallops, lobster, mussels,

clams, salmon, haddock.

MAINS • Chicken Pappardelle: Spinach, forest mushroom, bacon,

parmesan cream.

• Seafood Linguini: Shrimp, scallops, market fish, basil pesto cream,

roasted cherry tomato, spinach.

• Maple Chipotle BBQ Chicken: Bacon, roasted red pepper, spinach,

aged cheddar, pickled red onion, cilantro crema.

• Hand Cut Certified Angus Beef Steaks: The certified angus beef program

is dedicated to producing high quality beef superior in taste and tenderness and ranks at the top of available AAA beef. 6oz tenderloin, 8oz tenderloin, 14oz ribeye, 10oz striploin.

*Most items on Redwater’s menu are available gluten free.

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Located on scenic Victoria Row, Row House invites you to enjoy our unique surf & turf offerings. Savor our new takes on the classic crustacean, including; Lobster Tacos, Lobster Lollipops, and Lobster Gnocchi. From the land, our AAA Scotch Whiskey Rib Eye and our Glasgow Glen 146 Richmond St., Victoria Row Beef Tenderloin are both house favorites. Sample our extensive selections of wines Charlottetown and scotches in the rustic elegance of 902-892-3344 our stylish decor. Enjoy the outdoor rowhouselobster.ca entertainment from our patio and the Kitchen Hours: 11am to 10pm daily summer vibe of Victoria Row. MAINS FROM THE LAND • Vegetarian Tacos: Two slightly grilled soft-shell tacos, tomatoes, cucumber,

charred corn salsa, spicy aioli, pickled red onions, coleslaw, served with hand-cut PEI fries. • House Steaks: Our AAA house steaks are seasoned in the Row House method with house jus and come with roasted fingerling potatoes, seasonal vegetables and crispy onion strings. • Hoisin Ginger BBQ Pork Ribs: Baby back pork ribs braised in hoisin and ginger and cooked to perfection, served with tempura vegetables, hand-cut PEI fries and house-made coleslaw. MAINS FROM THE SEA • Lobster Tacos: Two slightly grilled soft-shell tacos, butter poached lobster,

charred corn salsa, spicy aioli, pickled red onions, served with hand-cut PEI fries and coleslaw. • Lobster Gnocchi: Hand rolled Island potato gnocchi, lobster, lemon-dill and white wine cream sauce. • Lobster Roll Platter: Atlantic lobster, fresh dill, mayonnaise, lettuce, grilled roll-served with hand-cut PEI fries and house-made coleslaw. • Lobster Church Supper: An Island tradition-bowl of mussels, small chowder, 1 ¼ lb. lobster, drawn butter, lemon, house-made potato salad and coleslaw. • Spicy Fish Tacos: Two slightly grilled soft-shell tacos, Cajun style haddock, charred corn salsa, spicy aioli, cilantro, pickled red onions, served with hand-cut PEI fries. • Island Halibut: Seared local halibut served on goat’s cheese polenta, olive tapenade, cherry tomatoes, crispy capers, wonton chips. • Fish and Chips: Local haddock in Gahan Beer tempura batter, hand-cut PEI fries, house-made tartar sauce. • Cioppino: Tomato, garlic, fennel seafood broth, lobster, haddock, mussels, served with crostini.

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86 Queen St., Charlottetown 902-894-SIMS (7467) simscorner.ca Open weekdays at 11am Saturdays & Sundays at 10am with Brunch served 10am-2pm

Atlantic Canada’s premier steakhouse experience. Located in the heart of historic Downtown Charlottetown, Sim’s Corner specializes in steaks aged, cut and cooked to perfection, oysters, fresh seafood and an abundance of fine wines. Our uniquely crafted steaks are procured from only the top 1% of the beef produced right here in PEI; we are proud of it! It is aged for 45 days to achieve maximum flavor and tenderness.

OYSTERS • Oysters on the Half Shell- Fresh or Rockefeller: Sims quite simply offers

the best and freshest oysters found right here in PEI. We offer a selection from different bays, coves and points from around our Island and each offers a unique character and flavour.

STEAK • Rib Eye, Tenderloin or New York Striploin: We offer an array of sizes

featuring these cuts.

• Sims Surf & Turf: 10oz striploin, béarnaise, choice of fresh lobster tail or

3 jumbo seared scallops or 3 jumbo butter poached prawns.

• Sims Steak Bread: Grilled naan, steak tips, goat cheese, candied onions. • Steak Sandwich: Mushrooms, onions, peppers, cabernet jus. SEAFOOD • Award-Winning Seafood Chowder: Salmon, halibut, mussels, double-

smoked bacon, corn and potatoes.

• Seafood Bruschetta: Shrimp, scallop, goat cheese. • Crusted Fillet Mignon: Smoky Gouda-crusted tenderloin. • Oven Roasted Atlantic Salmon: Peppercorn crust, warm pecan

maple glaze.

• Herb Crusted Halibut: Chipotle cream. • Fresh Whole Atlantic Lobster: Served with baby reds and vegetables. • Lobster Ravioli: Goat cheese, cream corn, asparagus. BRUNCH

Join us every weekend for Brunch on the patio from 10am - 2pm.

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Terre Rouge Craft Kitchen offers a relaxed fine dinning atmosphere in the heart of downtown Charlottetown. We work directly with local farmers, fishers 72 queen street / charlottetown / pei and brewers to offer a unique selection 902.892.4032 72info@terrerougepei.ca Queen Street of fresh and local food and drinks. Our Charlottetown www.terrerougepei.ca cocktail menu is the largest and of the 902-892-4032 highest quality anywhere on the Island. terrerougepei.ca If you love amazing food, great wine and Open daily Summer - 11am-10pm cocktails that are all wrapped up in a Brunch offered Saturdays & Sundays stylish laid-back atmosphere, then Terre This menu is a sample of what Rouge is for you! Terre Rouge was named as one of we offer. Our menu changes Canada’s top 100 restaurants in 2016 as frequently based on season well as top 20 for Atlantic Canada. and availability. OUR FAMOUS CLASSICS • Seafood Chowder: Locally sourced seafood, Island cream, mirepoix,

home style cheddar biscuits.

• Bone Marrow: Smoked and roasted beef bone, deep fried poached egg,

roasted pepper relish, house cured meats, TR pickles.

• Mushroom Toast: TR made sourdough bread, assorted local sautéed

mushrooms, flavoured aioli, kale, goat cheese, frico, red wine gastrique.

• Cheese & Charcuterie Board: Revolving selection of fine cheese and

meats, fruit and vegetables, TR hot nuts, jams, pickles, spreads, carbs.

• TR Mac + Cheese: Daily creation or white cheddar, choice of side. • Lentil + Beet Burger: Vegan lentil and beet patty, fresh-made

baba ganoush, marinated veggies, TR ketchup, kale.

SUMMER MENU

Our summer menu consists of seasonal seafood, local AAA beef and pork dishes, farm to table vegetarian dishes, freshly made pastas, locally sourced tartars, an assortment of tapas style apps. COCKTAILS

A selection of unique beverages created with freshly made ingredients paired with high quality spirits as well as house infused liquors. • Lemon Meringue Pie Martini • Kiwi Aperol Spritz • Old Fashioneds: An Assortment of flavour infused old-fashioneds

including the new “PB & J Old-Fashioned”.

• Tiki Beverages: This summer we are bringing “Tiki” to the Island with an

assortment of Caribbean inspired tiki beverages.

DESSERTS

A daily selection of delicious home-made desserts available. Fresh-made Gelatos, House-made Cakes and Brownies, Creamy Crème Brulee, Seasonal Sorbets.

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Anne of Green Gables Chocolates 15 Milky Way Charlottetown 902-370-2697 annechocolates.com

BOOMburger 9 Milky Way Charlottetown 902-894-2666 boomburger.ca

Charlottetown Farmers’ Market Coop 100 Belvedere Ave. Charlottetown 902-626-3373 charlottetownfarmersmarket.com

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COWS Ice Cream 12 Milky Way Charlottetown 902-628-3614 cows.ca

Culinary Bootcamps 4 Sydney St. Charlottetown 902-566-9305 culinarybootcamps.com

Downtown Charlottetown Farmers’ Market Lower Queen St. (Grafton St. to Water St.) Charlottetown 902-368-8636 downtowncharlottetown.com/ farmersmarket

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Experience PEI Many locations across PEI 902-368-1670 experiencepei.ca

Jewell’s Country Market 11 Route 25 Marshfield 902-629-1900 jewellscountrymarket.com

Mike’s Queen Street Meat & Seafood Market 368 University Ave. Charlottetown 902-894-7336

MR Seafoods 61 Thompson Dr. Charlottetown 902-388-1525 mrseafoods.com

Papa Joe’s 345 University Ave. Charlottetown 902-566-5070 papajoespei.ca

Top Notch Charters – Lobster Fishing Excursions 2 Prince St. (behind Lobster on the Wharf) Charlottetown 902-626-6689 markscharters.com

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Points East Coastal Drive Nothing will make you appreciate Island food more than our beautiful scenery. Nowhere is this more apparent than when you visit Points East Coastal Drive. After you watch the sun rise over the ocean, work up an appetite as you play on beaches among the best on PEI. Have the sand at Basin Head actually “sing to you” or discover the spectacular dune system at the PEI National Park at Greenwich. When hunger does hit, family eateries, cozy country inns, fish & chip restaurants or dairy bars

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are likely a hop away. If you’re looking for something to sip on instead, Points East Coastal Drive is also the wine and spirit capital of Prince Edward Island! The atmosphere is informal, and you’ll feel like one of the family in no time as you explore the culinary communities “Down East”.

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FOOD, FERRIES, AND FUN C H E R Y L YO U N G - S A LT Y I S L A N D.C O M When you live on an island, travel to and fro can be complicated. For nearly 80 years, Northumberland Ferries (NFL) has steadfastly transported people and products across the Strait. Connecting the east end of the Island with Nova Scotia, NFL moves over 400,000 people every year. Looking to create a fun atmosphere, NFL launched Seaside Experiences in 2015. “It was a dream that we had, about how do we make our experience on the ferry better for our passengers, how do we showcase local foods, local beverages, local artisans. That was the goal, it started small. We’ve built on it every year,” Jessica Gillis, marketing and customer experience manager for NFL said. Providing a floating farmers’ market feel through the months of July, August, and September, Seaside Experiences puts chefs, local businesses, and artists on the ferries. Cooking demos, local foods and beverages sampling, and musical performances all come together in a perfect combination. Passengers are able to interact with the vendors during the 75-minute crossings between Caribou, NS and Wood Islands, PEI.

One of four chefs involved in Seaside Experiences, Chef Ilona Daniel, collaborates with local food producers engaging visitors and locals alike. She said, “We seek out exceptional PEI products to do demos and samplings while sharing the best-kept foodie and location secrets.” New this year is the Chef on Board series; each Monday Chef Lisa Clark will be showcasing local food July through to Labour Day. As well, Chef Treena MacLeod from PEI and The Kilted Chef, Alain Bossé, who hails from Pictou, NS, will highlight the many delicious dishes and local products we offer here in the Maritimes. There are often musicians on crossings as well. Guy LeClair, hospitality manager with NFL describes what can happen, “On certain crossings, you’ll have food demonstrations and product sampling with musicians playing. It essentially turns into a kitchen party.” Daniel said, “East Coast food and music adds definite excitement to the experience.” The program schedule is on NFL’s website, should you want to plan a special trip this summer.

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We have as many “must-tastes” as we have “must-dos”.

Come f ind your Island

Drop in to a PEI Visitor Informaton Centre for touring tips and ideas or call toll free 1-800-463-4734 l www.tourismpei.com

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6864 Water Street Cardigan 902-583-3111 clamdiggerspei.com Open year round 11:30am-9pm daily

Clam Diggers Restaurant and Beach House Pub boasts some of the finest seafood on PEI, prepared in the classic eastern PEI tradition and served in one of the most spectacular water view locations on the Island. Great outdoor deck, panoramic dining room and local musicians featured in the pub all overlooking the Cardigan River Marina. This is a must have dining experience while visiting the Island. Clam Diggers products are sourced from local fisheries and farms whenever possible. Winner of 2018 Island Chef Lobster Roll Challenge.

STARTERS • Island Crab Cakes: Mixed greens, capers, smoked jalapeno chipotle

crème fraiche, lime cilantro drizzle.

• Georgetown Steamers: Soft shell clams, white wine, butter, garlic,

a touch of cream.

• Salmon Salad: Salmon, baby greens, cucumber, red pepper, feta,

red onion, walnut, lemon basil vinaigrette.

• Summer Salad: Baby greens, berries, mango, red onion, goat cheese,

roasted almonds, raspberry vinaigrette.

• Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese: Pecans, berries, baby greens, onion,

almond quinoa, raspberry balsamic.

OCEAN FRESH MAINS • Lobster Roll: Island lobster, mayo, fresh herbs, celery, onion, toasted split

bun, coleslaw, PEI natural cut fries.

• Haddock and Chips: Beer battered haddock, PEI natural cut fries,

chef‘s coleslaw, house made tartar.

• Clams: Hand breaded and deep-fried whole clams, chef‘s coleslaw,

house made tartar, PEI natural cut fries.

• Snow Crab Platter: 2lbs of Island snow crab, vegetables, butter,

Mediterranean pesto dipping sauce.

• Maple Roasted Salmon: Fresh Atlantic salmon, seasonal vegetables,

sweet peppered cream, onion jam.

• Diggers Seafood Lunch: Snow crab legs, sea scallops, garlic shrimp,

served with Caesar salad or almond quinoa.

STEAKHOUSE SELECTIONS • Beef Tenderloin: (8oz) Char grilled, rosemary red wine demi, blue cheese. • New York Strip Loin: (10oz) Char grilled. • Digger Roasted Chicken: Frenched breast of chicken, stuffed goat

cheese, roasted red pepper, bruschetta cream.

CHEF MADE DESSERTS WITH ONLY THE BEST OF NATURAL INGREDIENTS

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Watch the sunset, savor an incredible four course meal and enjoy live entertainment as you sail on this three-hour cruise along the Montague and Brudenell Rivers. This is relaxation at its best. See wildlife, Station Street, aquaculture and some of the finest views Montague of the water, lighthouses and sunsets. 902-380-1010 Our 50 capacity (36 seated for dinner) riverrundiningcruises.com boat is licenced with washroom facilities Daily afternoon tours around 1pm on board, glassed in walls and open front Dinner cruises at 6pm depending and rear decks so that you can stay in the comfort of inside or enjoy the gentle on the time of year Atlantic breeze. We provide private events for your party, corporate fun day, family reunions or just an evening out with friends. DINNER CRUISE 4 COURSE MEAL • Lobster Dinner: Lobster, potato salad, broccoli pasta salad, roll, chowder,

salad and dessert.

• Hot Chicken Plate: Chicken, potatoes, vegetables, salad, roll, chowder

and dessert.

We cater to specific food allergies upon request. Our chef accepts custom cater requests for corporate and private excursions.

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1888 Pub at Cardigan Lobster Suppers and Seafood Restaurant 4557 Wharf Rd. Cardigan 902-583-2020 peicardiganlobstersuppers.com

Cardigan Farmers’ Market and Polehouse Café 338 Station Rd. Cardigan 902-583-2393

Copper Bottom Brewing 567 Main St. Montague 902-361-2337 copperbottombrewing.com

Down East Farmer’s Market 2316 Pooles Corner Cardigan 902-326-8300

The Lobster Shack 8 Main St. Souris 902-743-3347 colvillebayoysterco.com/ lobster-shack

MacNeill’s Tuna & Deep-Sea Fishing Charters North Lake 902-969-8454 (day) 902-357-2858 (evening) peitunacharters.com

Maritime Madness Inc. 570 Main St. Montague 902-583-2984 maritimemadness.com

Maroon Pig Art Gallery and Sweet Shop 37 Water St. Georgetown 902-652-2569 maroonpig.ca

The Inn at Bay Fortune 758 Route 310 Fortune Bridge 902-687-3745 innatbayfortune.com

The Inn at Spry Point Wine Bar

Myriad Distillery 1336 Route 2 Rollo Bay 902-687-1281 straitshine.com

222 Ark Lane Little Pond 902-583-2400 innatsprypoint.com

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Nabuurs Gardens Ltd. 4986 AA MacDonald Hwy. Brudenell 902-838-4510 nabuursgardens.com

Point Prim Chowder House 2150 Point Prim Rd. Belfast 902-659-2187 chowderhousepei.com

Rooney & McCabe Irish Cobbler Potatoes 3690 Selkirk Rd. Orwell 902-651-4419 facebook.com/ RooneyIrishCobbler

Rossignol Wines and Liqueurs 11147 Shore Rd. Little Sands 902-962-4193 rossignolwinery.com

Steerman’s Quality Meats

Tranquillity Cove Adventures – Deep Sea Fishing with On-Board BBQ 1 Kent St. Georgetown 902-969-7184 tranquilitycoveadventures.com

What it is…Farm 456 North Lake Harbour Rd. Lakeville 902-357-2360

Wood Islands Seafood 84 Lighthouse Rd. Wood Islands Fishers‘ Wharf 902-962-2730 facebook.com/ WoodIslandsSeafoodAndTakeout

Wood Islands Seafood and Takeout 84 Lighthouse Rd. Wood Islands Fishers‘ Wharf 902-962-2730 facebook.com/ WoodIslandsSeafoodAndTakeout

131 Drake Rd. Millview 902-651-2084 steermansqualitymeats.com

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What’s in Season? VEGETABLES May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Asparagus Beans Beets Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Corn Cucumbers (English) Cucumbers (Field) Herbs & Garlic Leeks Lettuce/Mesclun Onions (Bunching) Onions (Bulbs) Parsnips Peas (Snow) Peas (Pod) Peppers Potatoes Pumpkins/Squash Radishes Rutabagas Spinach Summer Savory Swiss Chard Tomatoes (Field) Tomatoes (Greenhouse) Turnip Zucchini

Products are in season during indicated timeframes. Some products may be purchased beyond these dates.

BERRIES & FRUIT May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Apples Blueberries Cranberries Black Currants Grapes Pears Plums Raspberries Rhubarb Saskatoons Strawberries

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Dec.


SEAFOOD & FISH April

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb. Bluefin Tuna* Clams (Bar) Clams (Softshell) Eel

AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND

Halibut Herring Lobster Mackerel

AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND

Mussels Oysters Quahaugs Rock Crab Smelts Snow Crab Scallops

*Season varies upon current management plan. Please consult gov.pe.ca/fard

EGGS/MEAT/POULTRY AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND

To find out where you can purchase Fresh Island Products, visit www.canadasfoodisland.ca

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SKINNERS POND

ELLERSLIE

NEW LONDON

Confederation Bridge

NEW GLASGOW

STANLEY NORTH BRIDGE RUSTICO

BORDENCARLETON

SUMMERSIDE

KENSINGTON

MALPEQUE

CAVENDISH

ST. CATHERINES

WARREN GROVE

CHARLOTTETOWN

OYSTER BED MARSHFIELD BRIDGE WHEATLEY RIVER

BRACKLEY BEACH

DALVAY

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BELFAST

ORWELL

VERNON BRIDGE

GEORGETOWN

LITTLE POND

FORTUNE BRIDGE

WOOD ISLANDS

Northumberland Ferries Ltd.

LITTLE SANDS

MONTAGUE

CARDIGAN

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BELFAST Point Prim Chowder House pg 51 BRACKLEY BEACH Shaw’s Hotel pg 20 CARDIGAN 1888 Pub at Cardigan Lobster Suppers and Seafood Restaurant pg 50 Cardigan Farmers’ Market and Polehouse Café pg 50 Clam Diggers Restaurant and Beach House pg 48 Down East Farmers’ Market pg 50 CAVENDISH Basin View Seafood pg 22 The Lost Anchor pg 23 Samuel’s Coffee House pg 21 CHARLOTTETOWN Anne of Green Gables Chocolates pg 42 Bar1911 pg 26 BOOMburger pg 42

Brakish The Brickhouse Kitchen & Bar Charlottetown Farmers’ Market Coop Claddagh Oyster House COWS Ice Cream Culinary Bootcamps Downtown Charlottetown Farmers Market Dundee Arms Inn Experience PEI Fishbones Oyster Bar & Grill The Gahan House Lobster on the Wharf Merchantman Fresh Seafood & Oyster Bar Mike’s Queen Street Meat & Seafood Market MR Seafoods Olde Dublin Pub Papa Joe’s

pg 43 pg 43 pg 34 pg 43

pg 33

pg 30 pg 31 pg 32

pg 42 pg 29 pg 43

pg 42 pg 34 pg 42 pg 42

pg 28

pg 27

Peake’s Quay Restaurant & Bar pg 35 PEI Brewing Co. Taproom pg 36 The Pilot House pg 37 Redwater Rustic Grille pg 38 Row House Steak & Lobster pg 39 Sims Corner Steakhouse & Oyster Bar pg 40 Terre Rouge pg 41 Top Notch Charters Lobster Fishing Excursions pg 43 DALVAY Dalvay By the Sea pg 18 ELLERSLIE Moth Lane Brewery pg 12 FORTUNE BRIDGE Inn at Bay Fortune pg 50 GEORGETOWN Maroon Pig Art Gallery and Sweet Shop pg 50 Tranquillity Cove Adventures pg 51

KENSINGTON Island Stone Pub Kensington Station pg 22 LITTLE POND Inn at Spry Point Wine Bar pg 50 LITTLE SANDS Rossignol Wines and Liqueurs pg 51 MALPEQUE Malpegue Oyster Barn pg 19 MARSHFIELD Jewell’s Country Market pg 43 MONTAGUE Copper Bottom Brewing pg 50 Maritime Madness Inc. pg 50 Nabuurs Gardens Ltd. pg 51 River Run Dining Cruises pg 49 NEW GLASGOW Glasgow Glen Farm pg 22 Jane & Sue’s Artisan Bread & Chocolate pg 22 Larkin Bros. Inc. pg 22 The Mill in New Glasgow pg 21 The Mill Marché pg 23 New Glasgow Lobster Suppers pg 23

NEW LONDON Prince Edward Aqua Farms pg 23 The Table Culinary Studio pg 23 NORTH LAKE MacNeill’s Tuna & Deep-Sea Fishing Charters pg 50 What it is…Farm pg 51 NORTH RUSTICO Doiron Fisheries Ltd. pg 22 Fisherman’s Wharf Lobster Suppers pg 22 The Pearl Eatery & Oyster Lounge pg 23 ORWELL Rooney & McCabe Irish Cobbler Potatoes pg 51 OYSTER BED BRIDGE The Rivershed Ultimate Chef’s Table pg 23 ROLLO BAY Myriad Distillery pg 50 SKINNER’S POND Stompin’ Tom Centre pg 11

SOURIS The Lobster Shack pg 50 ST. CATHERINES Matos Winery & Distillery pg 23 STANLEY BRIDGE Carr’s Oyster Bar pg 22 SUMMERSIDE Arsenault’s Fish Mart pg 12 Brothers 2 Restaurant pg 10 Deckhouse Pub & Eatery pg 10 Samuel’s Coffee House pg 12 VERNON BRIDGE Steerman’s Quality Meats pg 51 WARREN GROVE Deep Roots Distillery & Beamish Orchard pg 22 WHEATLEY RIVER Island Honey Wine Company pg 22 WOOD ISLANDS Wood Islands Seafood & Takeout pg 51


THE BEST MEMORIES ARE MADE WITH LOBSTER.

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The Culinary Trail & Dining Guide is published yearly by Welcome PEI in partnership with Canada’s Food Island. The Culinary Trail & Dining G...