Olde Dublin Pub
The Olde Dublin Pub is located in Olde Charlottetown, a mere two blocks from the city core. Tucked away on a side street, it is on the second floor of a handsomely restored building - upstairs from the Claddagh Oyster House.

Charlottetown's original authentic Irish pub, The Olde Dublin has been showcasing some of Atlantic Canada's premiere entertainers over the three decades. A great selection of draught on tap as well as a menu that will be sure to please - The Olde Dublin is your only stop for an evening of Fun, Food and Foot Stompin' Entertainment.!
Old Triangle
The notion of the pub dates back to the 17th century, when the public house was a gathering place where people met to discuss the issues of the day and to raise a glass at the end of a hard day’s work. The Old Triangle is this place. The Old Triangle was created in 2000 by three Irishmen, and remembers an ancient time when a grouping of three, or triad, was regarded as a symbol of good luck. Our three-room concept; the Snug, The Pourhouse, and Tigh an Cheoil(house of music), is ideally suited to our belief in the three most important ingredients of a memorable occasion;

Food for the body, Drink for the spirit and Music for the soul
Benevolent Irish Society
The Benevolent Irish Society is one of the oldest organizations in Prince Edward Island. Established in 1825 the Society was incorporated by an Act of the Legislature in 1882 .

Originally established to meet the needs of Irish immigrants and the poor of all denominations, today the Society places increasing emphasis on preserving and promoting Irish history, culture and heritage, and in particular its Gaelic, Celtic traditions.

There’s always something happening at the BIS Irish Hall!