Very friendly service and best breakfast in Palo Alto. Can be a long wait on weekends, so come early!
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We were not alone in wanting to go for lunch at Joanie's on a weekend. But, it was worth the wait. The food is excellent. The service was very good, not excellent because it was so busy. We ending up sitting at the counter &...More
Joanie's has been around a long, long time and serves very good food. Burgers, salads, sandwiches, pancakes, you name it _ they have it. Well prepared, fresh ingredients. Not earthshaking but good.
We visited on a Saturday morning. There was a brief wait at 8 am. The place was full and the seating is cozy( tight) but the service was prompt. The menu has lots of healthy and vegetarian options. We tried a sample of items( pancakes,...More
Everyone in my family enjoyed our breakfast at Joanie’s. We got there around 9 and waited about 20 minutes for our table. Your entire party must be present to be seated and there is no call ahead. If you want to sit outside they have...More
Found this place the night before looking for a Sunday brunch stop on our trip from San Fran to Carmel with stops at Stanford and Silicon Valley for our teenagers. Being from the East Coast I appreciated this place’s laidback vibe...the neighborhood’s as well. By...More
I've been eating breakfast at Joanie's for over 25 years now; the quality and service have been consistently excellent. The hash browns really are the best in the area; crisp but not too fatty, done through but still a little soft. People like the various...More
Good food and great energy. Excellent service. Be prepared to wait for seating, but enjoy coffee as you do.
This place is solid. Great food and prepared with care. Be prepared for a long wait on weekends. Extremely fresh fruit and veggies. Love the staff. Sunday is great because of the farmers’ market.
We loved this place! By popular demand, we ate here three times. Portions are generous and you can have fruit (super fresh and fragrant) and a muffin or hash browns (perfect) and toast (the sour dough is excellent). The restaurant was crowded each time we...More