An Unforgettable Island Tradition

New Glasgow Lobster Suppers is the Original PEI Lobster Suppers. This third generation family restaurant has been serving lobster in New Glasgow since June 24th, 1958. You will find us nestled in the village of New Glasgow, PEI on Route 258, off Highway 13 just 10 minutes from Cavendish Beach National Park.

We offer up only the freshest  of everything. From our lobster served the Island way –   straight from our own lobster pound on site, holding upwards of 20,000 lbs where a continuous flow of frigid salt water ensures the quality of your meal. To our potatoes, because everyone knows nothing beats an Island potato.

What started as a fundraiser has grown into a family business which continues to be operated by two of the original founding couples The Nicholson’s and The MacRae’s along with their families.

Since 1958, New Glasgow Lobster Suppers has been proudly supporting The Island’s Agriculture and Fishing Industries and in turn the Island’s economy. We seasonally employ upwards of 100 employees each year, with many returning year after year.

We are committed to the continued growth of our industry and are active members in community and also Industry Associations up to the National level.

While many changes have touched this quaint little village the values and dedication of those that created this Island tradition still exists in the daily operation of New Glasgow Lobster Suppers. By opening our doors for those within our community we support growth and strengthen ties within our community.

Fundraisers are a way of life here in Prince Edward Island; they aid those in need and strengthen community ties. The Annual New Glasgow Christian Church’s Turkey Dinner, The Gulf Shore Consolidated School’s Annual Spaghetti Spooktacular Dinner and The Annual New Glasgow Women’s Institute Coffee with a Flare Fashion Show are just a few examples of such events hosted at New Glasgow Lobster Suppers. In addition to these we are actively involved with other organizations throughout Prince Edward Island.

We also have had a long standing relationship with The New Glasgow Fire Department, having had members of the founding Junior Farmers as well as the current management team being volunteer fire fighters for over 25 years.

It’s not just a dinner but a unique Island tradition so come by, don’t be shy -introduce yourself and you might just get a behind the scene tour of our lobster pound! Nothing thrills the kids more than to touch a lobster!