When it comes to establishing an authentic restaurant in a city well-known for its quality and quantity of dining options, it can be a difficult task. But step behind the brick walls of an old 1800s warehouse and you will find an elegant and urban restaurant and lounge that offers a creative menu utilizing the freshest local produce.
The Brickhouse and Marc’s Lounge, in downtown Charlottetown, integrate modern design elements that bring the open kitchen to the forefront for a unique and inviting atmosphere.
The restaurant offers a wide variety of creative dishes based on local products, at an affordable price. Whether you are looking for a succulent Island steak, farm raised chicken or fresh seafood done with culinary flare, The Brickhouse is the place.
On the third floor is Marc’s Lounge. The lounge is a place where patrons can relax in a chic open bar area while soaking in the live local entertainment.
Islander, Marc Gallant is well-known as an artist, author, land use activist, and a man of remarkable culinary skills. He restored and resided in this building during the 1980’s, and created his most notable work here.
The Brickhouse is a great place for after theatre drinks, Island themed dinners or weekend brunch on the street-side patio.