Island Eats

132 Richmond St., Charlottetown

Insider’s Tip

When the sun goes down, the volume goes up. Let brisk musical notes travel to your ears and pass through your body to your toe-tapping feet while you take advantage of JB’s late night appetizer menu. Whether you’re sitting in the corner or singing along, this is the place where memories are made.

With a stunning stretch of coastline and the tang of salty sea air on your lips, a vacation to Prince Edward Island is destined to give you an appetite. And there’s no better place to savour the Island’s rich natural bounty than at John Brown Richmond Street Grille – a speakeasy in the heart of the capital.

John Brown Grille is tucked conveniently in the pedestrian-friendly historic Victoria Row of downtown Charlottetown, where you can soak in the warm laid-back PEI vibe on the coveted garden-style patio. The cozy and upscale gastropub proudly serves sustenance for the body, as well as the soul.

Feast your eyes on the great selection of local produce, seafood, and sustainably farmed meats – all creatively plated with the backdrop of a rustic and charming setting.

Choose from delicious chowder, crisp salads, juicy seasoned steaks, and a large variety of seafood hauled in from local fishermen. With their entire menu being gluten-free, there’s a delectable option at John Brown Grille for everyone.

Daily, you can treat yourself to half-priced mussels between 2-4 p.m. And while enjoying the delicious pot of mussels – soaking up the flavours with fresh-baked bread – pair with an item from the large selection of regional craft beers on tap, extensive wine list, or shake things up with a cocktail.

Come evening, it’s a buzzing scene. A loyal following flock here for the full bands and local singers because music is woven into the tapestry of PEI, it’s part of the storytelling. This is the place to soak in the tunes or maybe even get up and dance the night away!


No one knows Prince Edward Island better than the people who live and explore it every day. Learn about beaches the locals use, the best spot for kayaking, find out where Islanders buy their fresh seafood and what to do with the kids on a rainy summer day.

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