20 Lower Malpeque Road
Charlottetown, PE C1E 1R4
Phone: (902) 368-1110
Fax: (902) 368-1110
Bars & Cafes
Sam's Family Restaurant has a very large menu. Pizza, sandwiches, grilled items, seafood, even stir-fry and lasagna are all listed. With a hodgepodge like that, everyone is bound to find something that will satisfy. In the convenient Charlottetown location, Sam's Family Restaurant is exactly as it appears, a good option for families.
A relatively small bar with an intimate setting. The ambiance is very warm and lively. The walls are adorned with eye catching and interesting paintings. They also have a separate smoking area. Food is delicious. This distinct lounge boasts of several loyal customers.
Hunter's Ale House is a friendly and lively neighborhood bar that promises a great atmosphere and cool entertainment. Opened in 2005, it has fast gained popularity amongst all, and this is evident from the crowd here. You can sit down at the outdoor patios and indulge in people watching or simply sit inside to watch the live music concerts. And, if you think, Hunter's simply serves regular pub food, then you are in for a surprise as its menu features a variety of dishes ranging from elaborate sea food specialties, burgers to lighter short eats. Apart from the food and ambiance, people head here for the entertaining events that includes concerts, trivia quizzes, open Mic night and so forth. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Located on Victoria Row in downtown Charlottetown, Castello's serves a variety of delicious Italian dishes from a wide selection of pizzas to a tasty risotto at a reasonable price. Start off with a simple antipasti such as their gorgeous bruschetta tradizionale and move on to one of their delectable pastas such as the fettucini de mare which incorporates Prince Edward Island seafood. Don't forget to ask about the chef's wine pairings!
If you are craving coffee in Charlottetown, be sure to check out Beanz Espresso Bar & Cafe. Whether you are looking for a filling lunch with a good cup of Joe or a quick snack and coffee on your way to work, Beanz will have you covered. Stop by for a taste of the Beanz Breakfast or try one of their scrumptious salads and sandwiches or delectable desserts. You won't regret it.
Casa Mia Cafe is your one-stop shop for coffee, breakfast, lunch, and dessert. In a modern twist, Casa Mia Cafe allows you to follow their frequently updated account on Twitter for information on their daily specials. Of course, if you are not interested in the special, the cafe's generous menu is bound to serve up something that will satisfy your cravings.
Fishbones Oyster Bar & Seafood Grill is the brainchild of Kevin and Kathy Murphy. Opened in 1999, this seasonal restaurant is one of the best places in town for seafood. Oyster lovers can indulge in various fresh varieties like Lucky Limes, Colville Bay, Raspberry Point, Shiny Seas, Pickle Points and Daisy Bay. Savor their Lobster Dinner, Grilled Halibut, Chowder, Fish Tacos and, Fish and Chips. Their bar has a wide list of beers, wine and cocktails. Take a sip of a handcrafted ale and enjoy the delicious food. They also host live music everyday and is among the top spots for live entertainment.
Dine at Prince Edward Island's only brewery. The Gahan House Brewery brews seven ales on the premises. For casual, pub cuisine, the Gahan House Pub & Brewery offers pub classics like fish and chips, local favorites such as PEI mussels, and their own unique dishes including bacon wrapped scallops. Located in downtown Charlottetown, this is the perfect lunch or dinner spot between hours of sightseeing. Be sure to book a brew tour for after your meal to get a remarkable look into how your tasty beverage was made.
Churchill Arms serves a wide variety of dishes one might expect to find in England along with a strong selection of beers, wines, cocktails and specialty coffees. This eatery provides the opportunity to sample an eclectic mix of foods ranging from Caesar salad and Fish & Chips to a choice of qormas, other curries, and hummus. Be adventurous, enjoy a good drink and settle down with a filling meal.
When you eat at this restaurant, you know it's a family-owned and homely institution. You'll notice the locals are on a first name basis with the cafe staff. But more importantly, once you take the first bite, you'll notice that all the dishes are homemade, from soup to salad dressing. Of course there's seafood on the menu, but you can also find gaspacho, quiche and meat pie.