While I don’t think the phrase “Eat at Joe’s” started here, it could easily be applied here—it’s an unpretentious spot that locals call home and where visitors must go. With a brick fireplace inside and a more tropical vibe outside on the patio, Joe’s is the destination for things you won’t find elsewhere—chicken and Andouille wontons; grouper filet grilled in a cornhusk wrapper with roasted jalapeño; and a phenomenal flat-iron pork steak topped with caramelized onion gravy, a sunny side up egg, and grits. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, Joe’s serves up stellar slow-roasted prime rib. Joe’s rocks. Don’t miss it. Eat at Joe’s.