Join us for Prince Edward Island’s largest food experience. Don’t miss the boat on the ALL NEW format which starts with guests “frolicing” then “feasting ” on the main attraction, all while enjoying Island hospitality at it’s finest! Feast & Frolic is presented by the PEI Fishermen’s Association and is a celebration of our world renowned PEI shellfish and hosted by Food Network’s Chef Chuck Hughes.
As you frolick you’ll taste the best the island has to offer in a roving station format featuring interactive stations hosted by competing shuckers, local fisherman and PEI’s top chefs. Meet local and competing international shuckers at the World’s largest oyster bar featuring over 20 varieties of fresh PEI oysters.
Sample, slurp and taste them all and discover the unique varieties and tastes from across PEI. Steamed PEI mussels will be served up straight or flavoured and three of our award winning chowders will keep you wanting more. We’ll also be taking our world famous potatoes to the next level infusing them with island flavours of lobster, clams, mussels and more. That’s not all – learn to tie mussel socks and shuck and tong oysters while talking to local chefs and producers. It will be an experience you won’t forget!
After you frolick it’s the main event as you sit back and feast on delicious Surf & Turf, featuring Certified Island Island Striploin paired with fresh PEI lobster. The grand finale is seasonal dessert all of which is created & catered by Chef Irwin MacKinnon and his team from Papa Joe’s Restaurant.
All night long you’ll be entertained the island way with local music, talented Canadian chefs and of course your host, Chuck Hughes. See you there!
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- Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017
- Time: Doors open at 5:30pm with cash bar
- 6:00pm – 7:30pm: Frolic
- 7:30pm – Feast
- Note that seats will be assigned for the feast and the frolic will conclude at 7:30pm
- Location: Charlottetown Event Grounds
- Address: 360 Grafton Street, Charlottetown PEI, C1A 0A2
Ticket Price: $155.00 plus taxes