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A restaurant not to be missed and recommended by all the locals is the Water-Prince Corner Shop and Lobster Pound. Featured on Food Network’s You’ve Gotta Eat Here, this eatery has been open for over 25 years by Islander Shane Campbell and his family with seafood brought directly from the pound. Make sure to order their famous Seafood Chowder with a blend of fish, shellfish, bacon and potatoes and their Lobster Dinner cooked to order (comes with Island blue mussels or a cup of chowder, dinner roll, choice of potato salad, baked potato or fries).
This farm-to-table Italian restaurant focuses on utilizing as much local ingredients as they can. The restaurant is named after the red soils of Prince Edward Island as Terre Rouge means Red Earth in Italian. The menu changes almost every day, but you can’t go wrong with ordering their charcuterie board and fresh PEI blue mussels.
You might have seen this famous ice cream shop all Canada but the OG location is in Prince Edward Island. Visit their Creamery in Charlottetown to see all the creamy goodness being made right in front of your eyes. Their best tried and true flavour is the Wowie Cowie, a vanilla ice cream mixed in with English toffee marble, chocolate flakes and Moo Crunch.
One of the best coffee shops in town is Receiver Coffee Co. Not only do they brew a delicious cup of joe, they also have some of the best breakfast menu that changes often. Try out any of their Ham and Egg Slam or Breakfast Sandwich!
Created in 2013, the Prince Edward Island Brewing Co. has four different series of beers; Gahan Beer, After Hours Series, Beach Chair Lager and Colliding Tides. Check out their taproom and taste all the different beers as well as take a 45-minutes tour of the brewery.
Written by Candy Chou