About Isaac’s Way

Photography by John MacDermid www.ehtozed.ca

Photography by John MacDermid www.ehtozed.ca

Isaac’s Way Restaurant is proud to be back in business! Once located on Carleton Street, our restaurant was destroyed in a tragic fire October 2012. The community stood behind us and encouraged us to start again, and in June 2013 we opened our doors wide, with warm hearts, big smiles, and a brand new menu. We love our new location at 649 Queen Street, in the old historic York County Court House c1855.

The new Isaac’s Way menu has a strong focus on local products: craft beers, New Brunswick meats, Atlantic seafood, and seasonally farmed vegetables … we believe it is important to support our local producers to build a stronger economy. Even our coffee mugs are made in New Brunswick! Isaac’s Way chefs takes pride in cooking everything from scratch, including our salad dressings, sauces and soups, and of course our famous gourmet desserts. You will appreciate the fresh flavours and home cooked recipes.

We look forward to feeding you!

Photography by John MacDermid www.ehtozed.ca

Photography by John MacDermid www.ehtozed.ca

Isaac’s Way Restaurant is well known as a gathering spot for the city of Fredericton serving a variety of customers year ’round, from tailored business suits to casual jeans, from giggling college students to chatty professors, from young whipper snippers to the older cane swingers, we are proud to serve them all!  Our atmosphere is casual, colourful, and friendly. We entertain parties of six to larger groups of 20+, for birthday parties, business meetings, bridal showers, retirement socials, family reunions, holiday events, and more.

The community is the heart of any successful restaurant, and we are very proud to be a part of Fredericton’s Downtown Community. With walls showcasing local artists, one of our goals is to raise funds for underprivileged kids via an ongoing silent art auction. These funds provide lessons in art, dance, theatre and music and the kids we sponsor are so very grateful. We also enjoy donating food every week to the Wilmot United Church Saturday Evening Drop In Centre, feeding 30-40 hungry individuals, and we are proud to support the Community Action Group on Homelessness.

The owners Jason and Tina LeJeune, along with business partner Tabatha Smith, and kitchen manager Jesse Demers, extend a hearty invitation and a warm welcome to you. Join us for a meal, a drink, a chat, or a walk through the art auction gallery. Want us to hold a table? We gladly accept reservations (506) 474-7222.