After trying other breakfast places in Blacksburg, Joe's will be our go-to from now on. Service is great, people are friendly, and food is good.
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Looking for a great breakfast in Blacksburg, we were directed to Joes at the local gas station. We were greeted and seated by Travis who welcomed us despite our ignorance of the town. The BBQ breakfast with regular or moonshine was great. We were introduced...More
We were on our way out of the area and decided to swing by Joe's Diner for breakfast. We found a metered parking spot around the corner at $1/hour (and the meter took credit cards). The diner itself is old and has a lot of...More
We stopped in here on moving weekend. Got right in and were treated very well. They really care about customer service. The place was busy with school kids and parents and locals. I had an omelette with a side of grits. Very well done. Also...More
My husband and I had breakfast at Joe's on a weekday during Spring Break. This tiny restaurant is popular with students in an area where parking is a challenge. The staff will add your name to the waiting list, but will not seat you until...More
My friends and I were passing through town after hiking at Pandapas Pond. We needed a place to share a quick lunch, and after passing by Gillie's, The Cellar, and the Greek deli place, we settled on Joe's Diner on Main Street. We expected a...More
The atmosphere at Joe's makes me feel separated from the current demands. I can really relax. The omelets, grits, and biscuits are comfort food. Yummy biscuits!
This is one of the small town diners your parents always talk about and miss. The decor was old school, but had lots of charm. The waitress was bubbly and proactive. We and the eggs with grits (recommended with grits) and the western omelette. We...More