Joe's of Westlake is a landmark restaurant started in 1956 by Bruno Scatena and is still family owned and operated. We provide the best in classic ... More
Joe's of Westlake
Joe's of Westlake is a landmark restaurant started in 1956 by Bruno Scatena and is still family owned and operated. We provide the best in classic Italian-American cuisine in a comfortable environment. Enjoy a reasonably priced cocktail poured by our experienced bartenders while taking in the sounds of live music in our lounge. From the moment you walk in, the aroma of delicious food and unique Joe's decor will take you back to a simpler time. We know you'll love us. We can accommodate parties of up to 60 people and we have plenty of free parking. We are the ideal venue for your special occasion. We have an exhibition-style kitchen and invite guests to sit at the counter and watch the unbelievable show performed daily by our hard-working cooks. Too busy to cook, Joe's provides to-go service for all of your needs.
Love the food. The flavor, the portions and the price. But it is important to keep your group down to four people. They absolutely do not understand the concept of RESERVATIONS! NO IDEA that it takes some effort on their side as well. I made the mistake of inviting my extended family for a birthday and they acted like that was my problem. It took over an hour before we were seated. They FINALLY pushed one square and one round table together and acted like we were really putting them out. Very embarassing!
Crab louie is the bomb! Hamburgers are huge, rav's are awesome, all around great! Great for big parties, nice old fashion bar, bar coke...yummy! Great cup of coffe to finish it off. Been going here for years! It's the treat place for us! Wait staff wear suits! Loves it!
This place is great. I have been going here since as far as I can remember Going in here almost feels like it takes you back in time. Inside looks like a film from a mafia movie. the chicken Marcella and ravioli's would be what I would order if it were my last meal on earth. .
the food was great - except Bartender cannot make a bloody mary - tomatoe juice and water ? also took speghetti home in the back put it into a small container - leaked all over my white slacks and my car - too much speghetti for a little container - dont know how to get the tomatoe stain out was there Sat. the 19th
Joe's was once a great restaurant with excellent service and food!!It is now a tired restaurant with rude witresses(look out for the 2 brunettes) and cooks who over or undercook the food.
I ate lunch at Joe's today.My cheeseburger came medium rare (yuck). I ordered it medium well.
I ate at Joe's twice a week for years when i lived in San Francisco.I miss the old staff.Many of them have died or retired.
I AM OFFICIALLY A FORMER CUSTOMER AFTER 20 PLUS YEARS.IT IS SAD THAT THE CURRENT MANAGEMENT DON'T CARE!
food was real good, had a steak that was cooked just right, the garlic bread was to die for, tons and tons of garlic on warm sourdough (like old Toto's Restaruant that use to be on Junipero Serra in DC). had a jazz quartet in the bar playing while you wait for a table, whole family loved it. it's true that the service may have been a little slow, but that was okay considering how busy the place was. what was real nice was i got to spend real good quality time with my wife and daughter, got to talk and catch up on things that I sometimes find hard to do at home.
wish i went there sooner after 30 yr's in DC.
For over 10 years now, my best friends and I always meet at Joe's Tuesday afternoons after making the rounds at Ross and Bed, Bath and Beyond and the Post Office.
You'll see everyone from fellow seniors, families to young couples at this restaurant -- it's always a mixed bag.
What isn't is the food. Ooh, the food!
Don't ever close Joe's, you've got a lifelong customer here!
we have been go to joes' of westlake for years the food was allways great and the service good but, our last familly dinner there was not so great the service sub-par and the food was just ok
the lobby looked like it need a good cleaning as for high prices on the meneu one would think they could try to make the place look little better after all this is a bayarea land mark.but all and all I don't know if I would go back any time soon.
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