New Glasgow Lobster Suppers
The Original Lobster Supper at New Glasgow Lobster Suppers! Enjoy lobster the Island way, served fresh from our own lobster pound. Many believe that it’s not just dinner but a unique Island attraction one should experience.
Dates of Operation:
May 15 to October 15
10 – 400
Set in one of the most enchanting locations on Prince Edward Island, the dining rooms gaze out upon the steady River Clyde that runs its course through the rolling green hills. And just when you think you will never be able to take your eyes off this magnificent sight, an even more attractive sight is set before you: A succulent red Island lobster, fresh from their own salt water pound. A hush flows over your group as they begin to experience an inspiring, age-old Island tradition. A lobster supper that is so good it consumes the conversation, leaving you with a group of delegates that are completely content.
Dining Rooms Banquet Reception Notes
Clyde Room 350 500 Main level dining room. Air conditioned, Original hardwood floors, beautiful picture windows overlooking the River Clyde.
Glasgow Room 150 300 Ground level dining room. Accessible and private access from 2 entrances. Air conditioning, private bar, wash-rooms and a lovely view of the River Clyde.
This delectable part of our culture was originally conducted by The New Glasgow Junior Farmers Group as a fundraiser for their organization, now a private business operated by two of the orignal founding families. New Glasgow Lobster Suppers is known as the original P.E.I. lobster supper and started with a single meal on June 24, 1958. Since then the restaurant has developed into one of the largest and most popular lobster suppers on Prince Edward Island. New Glasgow Lobster Suppers specializes in serving fresh Atlantic lobster from their on-site salt water pound, capable of holding over 20,000 pounds of live lobster. Their famous home cooking, baked fresh daily, has contributed to much of their success. Accommodating groups of 10 – 400 people in either the Clyde Room or Glasgow Room allows flexibility when planning for groups. Arrange to have the Lobster Supper turn into a Ceilidh in the evening with space for entertainment and dancing.
Which parts are edible? How do they fish lobster? What do they eat? How are they kept? How old is market sized (1 pound) lobster? The friendly and knowledgeable staff at New Glasgow Lobster Suppers can answer all of these questions, offering your delegates a better understanding of this aquaculture industry. If lobster isn’t enough to dispel your fresh Atlantic seafood cravings, they also serve mussels by the bucket full which are grown in nearby bays. During one season the New Glasgow Lobster Suppers will serve over 50,000 pounds of these delectable treats. This no-frills affair perfectly showcases unadorned, local seafood and the friendly Island hospitality shown by the staff will have a lasting memory of a true Island lobster supper at the New Glasgow Lobster Suppers.