[Chicago] Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

60 E Grand Ave
(between Wabash Ave & Rush St)
Chicago, IL 60611

 
 
I found Joe’s due to its high ratings on Yelp.  It’s located just a block away from Mag Mile.  So for you shopaholics out there, this is a great place to stop by after your shopping sprees.  🙂
 
The original Joe’s is in Miami, hence the stone crabs, with the second outpost in Chicago.  There is also a third location in Las Vegas, located at Caesar’s Palace.  The inside of the restaurant is like a high-end steak house.  Service is impeccable and fast.

I went for lunch, since the lunch special “Joe’s Classics” seems like the best way to sample a little of everything.  There are two “Joe’s Classics”, one features the filet mignon and the other features the stone crab.  Since the restaurant is known for the stone crab, that’s the one I ordered.  For $25.95, it includes a cup of soup, 5 stone crab claws (cold), hashed browns, cole slaw and key lime pie.  It’s a really great price for lunch, considering how much food you’d get.

 

First the restaurant starts you off with a variety of bread, which are all really good!

 

The cup of soup – I think it’s crab bisque, excellent flavor.

 

The stone crab claws!!!  The claws are already cracked for your enjoyment.  The crab itself is pretty sweet and juicy, good enough to eat without any sauces.

 

The hashed browns (more like scalloped potatoes) come in a separate plate and is pretty tasty too.

 

This was an interesting take on cole slaw – more tangy than normal versions but went really well with the meal.  Mix it all together before you eat!

 

Finally, the dessert – the key lime pie is as good as the Yelpers said!

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One thought on “[Chicago] Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

  1. Anonymous December 12, 2011 at 11:49 pm Reply

    damn, i want that bread…and that crab…and that piece of pie!!!

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