It was great to have Kenny and Spenny and company in for lunch Friday before their show. Thanks!
We have been selected as a top 75 finalist out of 2100+ applications for a FedEx Small Business Grant. The top ten will be announced June 19th with a top prize of over $25,000! Thanks to all of our loyal customers who have continued to support us in this endeavour and over the last 27 years and more. Thank you!
To celebrate re-opening for our 27th year, we are offering a chance to win TEN pounds of Lobster! To be eligible we need TWO things: like our Facebook page (if you already have then this part is done) AND share the original original post (it’s the one on our Facebook page with the same pic shown here) . Do both for a chance to win TEN pounds of lobster! The winner will be announced Sunday May 6th (a week before Mother’s Day)! In the mean time, come see us on the corner of Water and Prince St. to purchase fresh seafood, ship live lobster to a friend or relative, or make a reservation for our dining room.
This year we have decided to stay open through until December 15th! Our current and extended hours are as follows:
October Retail: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Dining room: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
November Retail/Dining room: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
December (1st – 15th) Dining room: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Retail available by phone until Christmas
For reservations please call (902) 368 – 3212
Remembering some fun guests from 7 years ago – time flies! Kelly was VERY kind to mention us within the first 3-4 minutes of the show! That was a fun week on the Charlottetown waterfront!
We had some guests in yesterday who read about us in the Chicago Tribune last year and they were kind enough to have brought a copy of the article with them! Thanks folks.
Our blue lobster was caught off West Point Lighthouse, in Western PEI in the fall of 2002. He was kept in the chilled water of the Water-Prince Lobster Pound for a number of weeks. He was quite the conversation piece and had his picture taken thousands of times. He has been preserved and mounted for display on a wall in our dining room in 2003. Say “hello” to him next time you are in.