Chez Brian Josey Restaurant

A veritable institution on Entry Island, Chez Brian Josey gives you the best view of the harbor, a large outdoor terrace and excellent quality service. Whether returning from your hike, arriving from the ferry or an excursion or juste because you're hungry, Chez Brian Josey welcomes you with open arms. Alone or with friends, come and enjoy the best restaurant on the Island!Only 3 minutes walk from the ferry!   Entry Island is the only one of seven inhabited islands of the archipelago which is not connected by road with others. It has a hundred permanent residents, mostly Irish descent. To get there, you must take the ferry or an excursion.

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Contact

2, road Main
Île d'Entrée, G4T 1Z1
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 986-5862Phone : 418 986-5862Phone : 418 986-5629Phone : 418 986-5629

General information

Managers Brian Josey
Island Entrée Island
We speak English
Additional Information
  • Licensed Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Phone
  • Terrace
Number of Indoor seating 28
Number of seats on the terrace 35
Price Less than $15
$15-30
Specialties Quarter chicken Club Sandwiches Hamburgers Hamburgers Steak and Cheese Hot Dogs And more... (We also serve breakfasts)
Payment methods accepted

Partner establishments

  • Chambres Josey
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    Chambres Josey

    Little hôtel with three rooms, antique floors and antique furnitures, with magnificent view of Big Hill and of the sea.Entry Island is the most relaxing island of the Magdalen Islands. You want to go there at least once ! But don't wait to the last day to visit Entry Island ! Come early and enjoy the authentic way of life of it !Special rate for the weekThis house is fully equipped and offers a splendid view of the sea and the green hills of Entry Island. Located a few minutes walk from Big Hill, the highest summit of the archipelago, take the footpath to get there. After all, it passes right outside your door !An ideal place to relax, to enjoy the outdoors and learn the art of living !Entry Island is the only one of seven inhabited islands of the archipelago which is not connected by road with others. It has a hundred permanent residents, mostly Irish descent. To get there, you must take the ferry or an excursion.

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Dates and opening hours

Reservations are only available by phone

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