Only had alcohol and it's pretty hard for a beer to taste bad. The bartender was very nice and personable.
Off the lobby of the Battle Lodge Hotel. Nice place for a drink and a quick, casual meal. Bright, airy atmosphere with a friendly staff. Nice place to sit, take a break, chat a bit, and good value.
We arrived at the Battle House mid-afternoon and were a bit peckish, but didn't want a full meal. We decided to try Joe Cain's since it was at the hotel. The food was decent and priced reasonably. The bartender was very friendly (we ate at the bar) and pleasant to converse with. The most memorable aspect was an inebriated local... More
We walked in and sat at the bar. There were only a couple patrons, so the service was attentive. Watched baseball and basketball playoffs on big screens. I ordered the Greek pizza and my cousin had the meat lovers. Both were thin crusts and superb. Great spot and really nice people.
My wife and I stopped in the Joe Cain Café for a drink and appetizer on our anniversary. We ordered the shrimp quesadilla. It was much larger than expected, easily a meal for one person, and excellent. It went well with our cocktails. Then the real treat arrived. A young lady came over to check on us. We asked questions... More
We had sandwhiches which were ok. We expected more, but this seemed like a little sandwhich place that forgot about quality. The drinks were strong and good. Comedy Saturday night was atrocious
We ate here twice while in Mobile. Great food and drinks both times. Service is just a little slow, but always friendly, Talk to the bartender about what you like and he'll do a custom drink just for you. Would definitely recommend it.
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