With an Old West atmosphere and grill-centric menu, Joe's rounds up hunger, ropes it, and brands it "V" for vanquished. Sandwiches, burgers, and char-grilled delectables offer lunch and dinner eaters a meaty respite from the vegetation-laden workaday world. Bovinophiles can swoon over the Philly cheese sandwich, a pile of tender, marinated pulled beef cheese-bathing on a ciabatta lounge chair ($8.95), or the Cowboy Burger smothered in barbecue sauce and topped with bacon, onion rings, and melted pepper jack ($9.95). With Joe's signature steak menu, committed carnivores can sink canines into an array of cow slabs portioned to all manner of appetites, from the 6-ounce ranch steak ($12.95) to the 20-ounce porterhouse ($30.95). All steaks are served with warm bread, soup or salad, sautéed veggies, and choice of baked potato, mashed potatoes, or rice pilaf.