There is just about nothing, business-wise, in Ft. Klamath, thankfully Jo's was open. On top of that, the folks working there were very friendly to a couple of tourists.
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Just driving by one would not expect such a nice little deli and organic items store in Fort Klamath, a city consisting of two motels and a couple of other buildings. Good coffee, lattes, etc. Starbucks patrons would be impressed! A small selection or organic products in three or four floor to ceiling coolers. Friendly couple behind the counters.
We spent nearly $50 here on a few staples (fruit, a bottle of wine, some ice cream) and really didn't begrudge the owners the high prices except that they were so grumpy. There is very little space at the check out/register, but the owner made sure I knew I had created a problem when the groceries I was buying (did... More
I wish we knew about this place before arriving in town late at night. We ate at the casino in Klamath Falls and whilst the food was nice the thick-smoke atmosphere was not appealing. We didn't see this place until the next morning when we were heading to Crater Lake so we stopped and bought coffee and were pleasantly surprised... More
We had much higher hopes for this cute place. It advertises all organic and it is but it it felt as if most things didn't together. We were hoping for more veggies and meat. I didn't see any fresh meat. Which they advertised. When my son (he is 8) asked if they had a bathroom she asked him if he... More
Went in for espresso. Not a high point for this shop, they seem to lack the skills one would expect. Store has good variety of edibles at prices one would expect. Have no knowledge of their cabins. Campground was empty, but it was the first week open at Crater Lake. Little town is just about deserted, Jo's and the PO... More
I only got coffee here but it was great. They have organic foods but it is very small and limited. They are also a deli and can make sandwiches. Does the job.
There is very limited grocery options unless you go to Klamath Falls. So this little Organic Market was a nice surprise. It is small but I was surprised by how much they packed in the little place. Not a lot of produce variety, but they did have a refrigerated and dry section, and even some organic beer and wine. Interesting... More
We stopped at Jo's Organic Deli on a recent road trip for an espresso fix (with some ice cream) and to pick up some provisions for a picnic at Crater Lake. Awesome coffee, really friendly folks & a central location in quaint Fort Klamath made for the perfect roadside stop! PS: we stayed at Jo's Motel & Campground some years... More
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