And welcome to the Olde Dublin Pub, a little bit of Ireland in Atlantic Canada, and a Prince Edward Island institution. In fact, we’re Charlottetown’s original Irish pub!
Here, since 1983, Islanders and visitors alike have been tipping back Guinness, enjoying Irish and East Coast dishes with an ODP twist, and raising a cheer for some of the best traditional and contemporary music to grace the province — Headliners like Great Big Sea, Tommy Makem, Burton Cummings, The Tragically Hip, Bruce Guthro, and The Barra MacNeils.
Be part of the tradition. Stop by for lunch or a night on the town, ODP style!
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Countdown to St. Patrick’s Day
The ODP’s selection of whiskies includes Irish blends and favourites from our Scottish neighbours, a true Celtic Connection. Neat, on the rocks, with a hit of H2O, or maybe in an Irish Coffee, choose from: Benromach; Chivas Regal; Glenfiddich; Glenkinchie; Glenlivet; J&B Rare; Jamesons; Johny Walker Red, Black & Blue; Kilbeggan; Lagavulin; Lambay; Laphroaig; Oban; Teachers; Tryconnell or Yellow Spot.Check Out our Drink Menu
PEI has become something of a hub for craft beer, with an exceptional number of breweries calling Prince Edward Island home. The ODP is pleased of offer the following selection of local craft beers: BOGSIDE BREWING, COPPER BOTTOM BREWING, LONE OAK BREWING CO., UPSTREET CRAFT BREWINGCheck Out our Drink Menu
A Black & Tan, also known as a Half & Half, is a traditional Irish drink made with a 50-50 split of Guinness and ale. The Guinness stays on top because the stout is less dense than the ale. But not so fast — The trick is all in the pour of the Guinness, a slow pour over the back of a spoon. Delicious!Check Out our Drink Menu