the restaurant is closed and went out of business
Great food, great ambience and great service
Great service. Good food. We enjoyed the St Louis ribs.
Upon arrival we were seated with a happy hour menu. The hours where not printed on the sheet so when we went to place our order, we were informed that it ended 15 minutes prior - that information would have been appreciated. Two menu options my daughter wanted for dinner where not available so she had to settle on a third choice. My steak was a poor cut of meat with lots of gristle. Extremely overpriced for the mediocre food quality despite the good service. We won't be back.
The grilled chicken sandwich was great. And the server was friendly. We will definitely enjoy a meal there again.
Their service was wonderful! We had the hamburger and the Crab pasta! Both were great!
The arancini are something special, and Their Mac and cheese is the richest stuff we've encountered.
everything was great but allow a little extra time for service.
From Our Editors
Joe’s knows its specialties: Steak, Italian, and Cocktails. Steak dinners are served alongside traditional vegetables and potatoes, or a more unique choice of ravioli or spaghetti. The popular steaks can also be served on a sourdough baguette or in a salad with crumbles of Bleu cheese. Pasta entrees pair with eight different sauces, including pesto cream and white clam. Other classic Italian dishes range from chicken parmigiana to the shareable grilled artichokes dunked in lemon aioli. Inside the dining room, starburst lighting illuminates tan and exposed brick walls.
Joe's of Longmont