It was terrible- glad it is now closed. We had gone several times and never found it remotely satisfactory.
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It was ok but not great more then likely I would not go back. The clams were average and the lobster was kinda dry
The steam pots are the best selection to make. Atmosphere is laid back This is a chain restaurant so don't expect gourmet seafood. But if you are not near the ocean, Joe's will do fine.
Oh my goodness! They serve you the food in buckets, which was so delicious. Our waitress was so helpful since it was our first time there, very nice. Did I mention the food was delicious? because it was!
The service is so-so and the food is run of the mill. I suggest exploring your options. I think we will pass this by the next time we are in the area.
I ordered the Seaside Platter and it came with calamari and squid which was not on the menu and I don't like them. It came with only 2 scallops, which I love. The breading was very, very thick and the shrimp and fish just slipped...More
We arrived for a late supper on a Wednesday night, and it was pretty empty. But this is the nicest Joe's Crab Shack we've been to - very clean and modern, nice staff. The food was delicious, and since two of us ordered crab, it...More
The main focus here is on crab legs which are served soaking in huge amounts of salt. Why would anyone go here when locally owned Reel Seafood is one mile away?