THE PONT, PORT EDWARD

PADDLERS RESTAURANT

Port Edward has a long maritime history, the small resort town was site of a shipwreck in 1552 when the Portuguese galleon San Jaoa ran aground, followed by the San Beuto in 1554. The village was set out in 1925 and named Port Edward in honor of the man who would later become King Edward VIII.

OUR MENU

Consisting of Breakfast, Burgers, Toasted Sandwiches, Pizza, Cocktails and so much more, we have the perfect meal for the entire family. As well our famous Wine and Cocktail menu.


OUR DAILY SPECIALS

There is something for everyone at Paddler’s Restaurant & Bar including our finger licking good daily specials!

Operating Hours:

Monday + Tuesday – Closed
Wed to Thurs: 12 noon – Late
Friday: 10am – Late
Sat & Sun: 8am – Late
In Season – 8am – Late EVERYDAY