Joe’s Farm Grill in Gilbert, Arizona has been featured by Guy Fieri so there was a lot of talk about how special this burger was going to be. The featured burger was their Fontina Burger but the first picture I saw on the wall was of some of the most beautiful onion rings I’ve ever seen, so that’s what we ordered first. The onion rings not only looked amazing but tasted like cake batter infused onion goodness. The amount of flavor packed in to each onion ring had me licking my fingers and grabbing for any crumbs. Delicious! It was the beginning of a very special burger experience in the beautiful Arizona desert.
Although the Fontina Burger was the highlighted burger I decided to go with their Farm Burger which, after talking to a number of the employees, was the best way to really taste the beef which makes Joe’s so darn good. I went for the fully loaded Farm Burger which includes some bacon, avocado and mushrooms on top of the already delicious cheesy burger. The meat was a touch pink in the medium/well category and absolutely delicious. The bun even held up for most of the meal and I was stuffed. The flavors from the fresh avocado, crispy bacon and delicious mushrooms made for a fun eating experience and although it wasn’t a perfect blend of flavors, I was a very satisfied customer.
Eating and ordering at Joe’s is a very welcoming experience as well. It certainly added to the overall feel of the restaurant. You walk in to a wide open area and walk up to a big glass area where you can see all the cooking and preparing happening. The menu is full of deliciousness and the seating is mostly outside under beautiful trees on picnic tables with soda fountains and happy staff ready and willing to help with anything. Overall, Joe’s Farm Grill was a great experience and one I can happily recommend.