Charlottetown Dining & Restaurants
Discover the taste of the Island one bite and sip at a time
With miles of rolling farmlands and coastlines that seem to stretch forever, it's no surprise that Prince Edward Island dinner menus are stuffed with succulent seafood, local fruits and vegetables and PEI potato salad. But the Island's love for food stretches beyond the dinner table. On the Food Network, Chef Michael Smith spreads the word about the Island's food industry by introducing new culinary experiences and restaurants. PEI food festivals attract foodies with days filled with fresh, local food, hands-on culinary experiences and other signature events. Prince Edward Island may be the smallest province, but it delivers big flavours.
Charlottetown's restaurants feature everything from local specialties to international cuisine.
Dine overlooking the harbour, or on one of the many tucked away side streets. In the warm summer months, Victoria Row offers a choice of indoor and outdoor dining options, with live jazz music provided by local musicians most evenings. The ambiance here is among the best, with a wide variety of seafood and other dishes available, served by candlelight under large umbrellas. A number of pubs also offer a lively maritime atmosphere, accompanied by delicious, yet affordable meals. Better yet, come in the fall and experience the freshest display of local produce and attend the month long Fall Flavours celebrations from September 7-30.