In 2010 New Glasgow Lobster Suppers made their debut on CBC airing our first ever commercial on television. The New Glasgow Lobster Suppers now is still owned by William and Thelma Nicholson and Sterling and Jean MacRae, two of the original founding couples. This family-operated business recently welcomed a third generation of family members to it’s management team, […]
New Glasgow Lobster Suppers was Awarded the 2009 Premier’s Award for Tourism “The Award is a token of our Province’s appreciation in honor of New Glasgow Lobster Suppers and their hard work over the last 50 years in business,” said Minister Docherty. “Premier Ghiz felt it was a natural choice to select New Glasgow Lobster […]
Celebrating 50 years in Business! The week of our anniversary we gave away a lobster meal for the original price of $1.50 to every 50th person in the door. Also received recognition as a Finalist for The Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce President’s Excellence Award for Customer Service.
In 2002 the village of New Glasgow was featured in Harrow-smith Country Living Magazine as one of ten of the prettiest little towns in Canada. The article also went on to mention New Glasgow Lobster Suppers as one of the major attractions in the quaint little village. Nearing the end of the 2002 season, New […]
In the summer of 1999, New Glasgow Lobster Suppers were privileged enough to be chosen to be the featured on “The Great Canadian Food Show”. Filming took 3 days; editing took months. This ½ hour program aired in February 2000, creating free advertisement for the restaurant and increasing the public awareness level in regards to […]
Throughout the years New Glasgow Lobster Suppers have been recognized by numerous influential people, travel magazines, newspapers but mostly by their community. In 1997 they were awarded The Tourism Operator of the Year from The Tourism Industry Association of PEI. The following year marked their 40th season, a celebration was held honoring all past and […]
Canada’s first female Prime Minister Kim Campbell visits Prince Edward Island and joins us for dinner. Signing our Guest Book with Owner Sterling MacRae looking on.
In 1989 the “Glasgow Room” was expanded; allowing for 175 seats. In doing so the cultural display room was closed and the lobster pound was moved and upgraded enabling them to hold upwards of 20,000 pounds of lobster.