Do you ever get the hankering for a really big, really good burger? Do you ever crave a great grilled BBQ chicken pizza? Do you ever get the feeling you just have to eat some good food at a Restaurant that used to be someone’s family farm? If you answered yes to any of the above, then Joe’s Farm Grill is the place for you.
Oh and by the way, Joe grows most of what he puts into the food you’ll be eating right there on what’s left of the family farm. It makes for some fresh and tasty eats.
Joe’s has become wildly popular in the east valley. It doesn’t hurt that they got some pretty good marketing and advertising from a popular food network TV show you may have heard of, but the bottom line is that their popularity rests on a bedrock of good food. And because of all that, Joe’s is quickly becoming an icon of good eats in the east valley and throughout all of Phoenix.
Their menu at a quick glance is standard fare, but the preparation is way above the standard. As they like to say, they serve “common food done uncommonly well”.
A great example of this is their Fontina Burger. A juicy 1/2 pound patty decked out with fresh spinach and other greens from the farm, roasted red peppers, pecan pesto, and fontina cheese. I doubt you’ve ever had a burger that tastes as fresh or unique as this one does.
Their sweet potato fries are a great side as are their garlic fries. If you’re feeling like you need more greens than potatoes, try a wedge salad.
They also have a couple of really good hot dogs as well. The Sonoran dog is an Arizona favorite, but my favorite is their Carolina dog topped with pulled pork and coleslaw.
The rest of the menu is very well-rounded with fresh twists on a lot of otherwise regular menu items. You can check it out here:
Like I said, Joe’s farm grill is one of the most popular restaurants in the East Valley and for good reason. Stop by sometime and check it out.