We went here late after a long day for our daughters competition. We were pleasantly surprised with how delicious the food was. As well as the excellent customer service we were provided. Can’t wait to go again when we’re in the area.
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skip it. Chain O'Rama - research a good local seafood restaurant. I don't need servers singing happy birthday to the neighboring table.
Joe's Crab Shack is great.The staff is warm and attentive, even taking care to help will a small billing problem. One problem would be the wait time, not exactly for a table, but more for the food, so it would be recommended to come a...More
Joe's was my favorite place to go for the past six years+. But w/the change of ownership and menu, the good deals & best items like the Bean Town Bake & the Maine Grill are no longer on the new menu. So my most recent...More
Not many choices for anyone in your party that does not want seafood. Wait times are long. Best to try and make a reservation first. I get the same thing every time I go there due to not liking much seafood- but my husband loves...More
stopped by to grab dinner, long wait times and staff up front was rude. Finally got a table for 2. waited 20 mins to even see our waiter who was unkept, unshaved, sweaty and just gross. ordered a king crab leg bucket and some apps...More
truth be told we were looking for hush-puppies - as my wife is from the south. Not finding any 'fast-fish' places I saw this place and said why not. Well it turns out among the excellent fish, clams, crab and lobster - they have hush-puppies...More
Drove down to Vancouver for dinner on my birthday. We love Joe's! The fire grilled steam pot for two was delicious! Lauran, our server was friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. Her recommendation for the "fire grilled" seasoning was spot on: it was not at...More
This is a must lunch along the banks of The Columbia River. Sit outside and watch the world sail by as you enjoy fresh crab and more. We love the Original Crab Basket which comes with crab legs, shrimp, sausage, boiled potatoes, and an ear...More