The Bottom Line
- A departure from the ordinary
- Fresh, locally grown ingredients
- Menu offers large variety
- Can be crowded and loud inside
- Plates, glasses and utensils are all disposable. Pizza served in the box.
- Joe's Farm Grill is open seven days per week for lunch and dinner.
- No alcohol is served at Joe's Farm Grill.
- Even if you don't have to go, take a trip to the unisex restrooms, but please don't stay too long. (I won't tell the secret.)
- Joe's Farm Grill uses fresh, organic vegetables and ingredients from the Agritopia Farm, and other locally made products.
- Joe's Farm Grill uses transfat free oils, and prepares many items from scratch, including the breading on the onion rings.
- There's a kids menu at Joe's Farm Grill, with 5 choices at $5 each. They include a drink and a treat.
- These are the same people who bring you Joe's Real Barbecue in downtown Gilbert.
- Joe's Farm Grill was featured on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
Guide Review - Joe's Farm Grill
Don't worry--there is indoor seating (crowded and pretty loud) when it is hot outside. Here's how it works. Grab a menu. There are so many choices! Place your order, get a beeper, and wait at your table until your food is ready for pickup. Grab your tray, head outside to the condiment and beverage bar, and then find a seat and enjoy.
Today we ordered the BBQ Bacon Blue Burger ($9), the signature BBQ Chicken Pizza ($9), the Grilled Peanut Butter sandwich with bananas, chocolate chips, pineapple and strawberries ($6). Even though I'm a traditional pizza lover, I loved this pizza. Not too much barbecue sauce, thin crust, and an unusual shape. Plenty for one person; share it and a couple of sides or a salad with a friend. The burger was very good. The garlic fries ($4) with fresh herbs were addictive, and not overly greasy--no excess olive oil sat in the bottom of the paper tray.
I glanced around the dining room and many people were ordering salads. Did I feel guilty? No, but they looked good. You see, Joe's Farm Grill obtains many of its vegetables and ingredients from the farm out the back door, and most of it is organic.
The chocolate milk shake ($4) was thick and plenty, and the small Fresh Berry Sundae ($3), in a 12 oz cup, was the delicious bargain of the day!
I'll definitely be back, but I won't order the fried peanut butter and fruit sandwich....
If you are in Gilbert in the evening, just stop in for ice cream or a milk shake or malt, and enjoy it in their park-like outdoor setting. Aaahhhh.
All dates, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice. 07/07