Hunter’s Ale House, a local landmark in the heart of downtown Charlottetown, is devoted to preserving live music. As a result, many notable PEI rock musicians, including current favourites Brad Milligan Band and Copy Cat, have drummed up a storm in this incredible venue.
Every night Hunter’s Ale House lights up with lively entertainment. You can test your vocal cords at Open Mic Monday, play trivia on Sunday and Thursday, or soak in the local music scene from Thursday to Saturday.
Dining here is a multi-sensory experience, and Hunters prides itself on serving Charlottetown’s favourite pub fare. This steakhouse is known for big plates of food, with large selections of Philly sandwiches, poutines, and nachos. It’s not surprising the pub has coined the social media term, #huntersizeit.
To ensure no one is left hungry – even Charlottetown’s late-night airport arrivals, the kitchen is open for dine-in, take-out or delivery until 1:30 a.m.
For those that want to sit back and relax, Hunter’s boasts a wrap-around patio with both a sunny and shady side. The patio is great for watching the scenic and colourful downtown scene unfold. In the glorious sunshine, pair the patio experience with one of Hunter’s famous BIG BEERS. There’s nothing quite like a cold beer on a hot summer’s day and there’s a variety of domestic, import and craft beer on tap, plus a delicious frozen cocktail menu for those that prefer something a little lighter.
— Insider’s Tip —
With hearty warm Island welcomes, great food and rock music, this neighbourhood pub is the place to visit for a true – loud and fun – PEI experience.
— GALLERY —