Wow... this place is excellent! I was invited to dine here with a group after a conference and I am so glad I was able to experience it! The Alaskan crab legs appetizer and mushrooms were melt in your mouth good. My rib eye was cooked perfectly. Delicious wine, service, sides dessert! I understand this in not a place in everyone s budget and frankly would not have been in mine if i had not been invited but I m so glad I was because it is indefinably one of the best restaurants I have ever eaten at!! Must try if you can!
everything was excellent..valet 12.00
bartenders very nice, helpful and friendly..crowded, hostess very nice,
our waiter Matt was great, friendly, attentive, fun.
great crab legs, they split them and removed the meat for my date.
great steak..great service..really what you expect from a chicago restaurant
you cant go wrong here
Joe's is hands down the best restaurant in Chicago. I eat here every year, and the food and service are right in line with the original Joe's in Miami. As for those who say Chop House is better in Chicago, they've got to be kidding! Chop House is now an overrated tourist legend. I travel a lot, and eat in a lot of good places, but Joe's is one of the few on my normal list. For a change, try the veal chop....it's ridiculously good. Oh, and did I mention the stone and king crab!
Best steak I have ever had, bar none. Morton's, Ruth's Chris, and various other New York and Chicago steakhouses do not compare. I know, I've tried. It's pricey, but worth it. If you are worried about the money, bring a date and get the porterhouse. Then you get a NY strip and she gets a filet mignon for just a few bucks more than the NY strip by itself.
The stone crab claws are also good, but very peculiar for a New Englander to adjust to. For one thing, they are served ice cold. And with mustard. Very good, but I think I would still prefer a Maine lobster or Alaskan king crab legs. I'm not alone in this--even our waiter said he prefers the Joe's Alaskan king crab legs.