Peter Pan Lost

From the book 350 Lost Buildings of Canada, an entry on Charlottetown’s Peter Pan:

Peter Pan Drive-In 1958-2020

In the postwar years, the Peter Pan was beloved by locals for its milkshakes, burgers (served in a basket), and lobster burgers. There were few franchised fast-food restaurants at the time; this locally owned place in an A-frame building was a landmark. The restaurant closed in 2013 and was demol-ished, but carpenters from Holland College rescued its sign, featuring Peter Pan and lettering that seemed to have been created by a young child. 711 University Avenue; demolished.


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devon damonte on August 18, 2023 - 11:50 Permalink

Lobster burgers!! thank you for sharing this, I'm sorry I missed the Peter Pan :)