not your average joes review.
I was having a fine time, when I was told my meal was being given to me for free by the manager. She explained to me that if my bread and oil came to my table more than a minute after being seated my meal is free. Also, if my entree takes more than 15 minutes to arrive at my table I am entitled to a free meal and gift card for my next visit. Other reasons for a free meal would be an incorrect order for any reason. I was already happy but having a free dinner was even better. I am not even aware that the bread or entree were even late to my table. If this is policy, this is a reason to dine here.
With a lengthy menu of dependable comfort food and inventive pizzas, there's nothing average about this popular area chain.. The Scene Each Joe's location handles a steady flow of hungry families and casual couples tired of national chains' bland cuisine and soulless atmospheres. While most nights bring standing-room-only crowds, waiting for a table can be avoided by sitting at the bar (the better to sample from a surprisingly varied, affordable wine list). Servers, in constant motion for hungry masses, manage to keep baskets of spongy focaccia filled.
The Food While most diners come for the eclectic, stone hearth oven-baked pizzas (shrimp and artichoke, spicy "voodoo" chicken), it's a mistake to ignore the rest of the varied menu. Start with a freshly made cobb salad; full of grilled chicken, applewood-smoked bacon and avocado, the heaping plate is large enough for three diners. Entrees consist of casual (savory Black Angus meat loaf) and contemporary (Mediterranean salmon with balsamic-tomato-caper relish) options. Mammoth desserts include kid-approved favorites like strawberry shortcake.