Rather busy at lunch & kind of slow...plan accordingly. Food was very good. I recommend the manicotti. This is a place that I would come back to.
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We had to feed a crowd, and all of us call ourselves pizza aficionados so we went to Joe's. Three extra large pizzas later, I have to say we all agreed they have the absolute best sausage on their pizzas. The pepperoni and mushroom pizza...More
Tried to have lunch here today the Hostess brought us to our table took our drink order and delivered drinks. After that we sat for 10 minutes waiting for the waitress to take our order, never happened she walked around us, had visits with other...More
First visit. Very friendly staff. Great service. Food was excellent. We had pizza, chicken and pasta. Significant portions. You will not go away hungry. Excellent garlic rolls at no extra charge. Highly recommended.
We ordered a pizza, it was way more than the three of us could eat, and it was like a hand thrown New York style pizza, and the best I have eaten in Texas.
This is a great place when you are hungry. Bread was very good and serving of spaghetti was large plenty to satisfy a large appetite and take some home. The price is so reasonable can't complain. I wish we had one of these in our...More
When we pulled up to the restaurant and a Maserati Bugatti was in the parking lot, I knew we had hit Little Italy. With Frank Sinatra playing and the low light, this place is just right for any occasion. We both had the Monday Special...More
Joe's is the closest best option locally for Italian cuisine. They only serve in house made from scratch bread and dough, the owner's are really Italians from NYC, and they have been here for years.