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Tahoe Joe's Famous Steakhouse/Fresno

kim c | Mar 1, 2005 06:01 PM

We were given a gift certificate here for a Valentine's Day gift and decided to try it last Friday night. First of all, the place is ALWAYS packed, about an hour or more wait each visit. This time I called at 5:30 and they said it was an hour wait and they put our name in for 6:30. (They don't take reservations.) This was a nice way to get in here!

We only had to wait about ten minutes and we were seated in the back of the restaurant. I was very pleased with the location of our table. The decor in here is rustic but really fun and upbeat.

We decided on the Joe's Steak Dinner for Two for $16.99/pp which includes an appetizer, salad, 6oz. wood-broiled steak cooked to your order and a slice of the Nevada cheesecake.

We decided on the Brave Hearts app that was crispy artichoke hearts tossed wtih lemon-garlic butter and permesan cheese served with a side of dipping oil. We enjoyed this very much since we're huge artichoke lovers. (We have them at home at least twice a week.)

Our steaks were cooked to perfection and very good. I had the baked potato that was dressed table-side with chives, sour cream and butter. DH had the mountain mashers that he said were very good. Salads were the typical greens but very fresh and the lettuce was very crisp. Very enjoyable meal.

For dessert we share a slice of the Nevada cheesecake that was heavenly. I would highly recommend Tahoe Joe's to all of you steak lovers out there. I was pleased to see the Blackstone Merlot on the menu which accompanied our dinner. Very fun, good food and the price was certainly right! (Dinner for two was just over $50 including the wine, tax and tip! ) Cheers! www.tahoejoes.com ***kim***

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