If you are new to our place, you may not realize how little has changed over the years. Our menu is virtually the same. The interior is largely unchanged. Even some of our employees have been around since the beginning (1998). But we do mix it up once in a while and try some new things. We have been making some amazing hot ribs, wrapped in bacon. We found some cool very retro bottled sodas to add to the drink mix. Pineapple upside down cake. We just might get crazy and offer tacos in a few weeks! If you have always wanted us to offer a menu item, let us know what that is. We’d love to hear from you.
Customer Appreciation Day 2016 is upon us… Wed 5/4 11a-3p, 4-730p or we run out of food. Free BBQ Sandwich (Pulled Pork or Chicken Breast), homemade side dishes (BBQ Pit Beans and Cole Slaw) and an ice cold drink. On us. We look forward to meeting you.
Our sister restaurant Joe’s Farm Grill is open and we’d encourage you to join us there!
Yes, we’re open July 4th 11am-9pm. Happy to take your pre-orders for pickup or catering at 480.503.3805 or email@example.com
Customer Appreciation Day is Wednesday, May 6, 2015. We’ll open our doors at 11am, close to catch our breath from 3-4pm, and then serve until we run out. Being in line by 630pm is recommended. Must be present. No takeout. Choice of Pulled Pork or Chicken Breast sandwich, homemade bbq pit beans, cole slaw and a drink included. Kid-sized sandwiches and chocolate milk from Shamrock Dairy available for children. All free. While not required, if you wish to help someone in need, Open Arms Care Center volunteers will be on hand to accept your donations of canned food (fruit is fantastic, as is alliteration) or boxed cereal.
We’ll be closed on Easter Sunday
Holiday Hours 2014… Closed Thanksgiving, Closing 3pm Christmas Eve, Closed Christmas, Closing 8pm New Year’s Eve. Otherwise 11a-9p.
Open regular hours Monday, September 1, 11am-9pm. Feel free to call in your order so we can have it for you at the Pickup Window on the south side of the building 480.503.3805
I’ve been in a few airports in my life. I started working for American Airlines in 1984, and retired in 2001. Along the way, I had the opportunity to eat in hundreds of airports across the globe. I always knew what to expect… overpriced mediocre food. Phoenix City Council sought to change all that a few years ago, when they put out the first RFP for Sky Harbor Airport food vendors. The RFP was unique, not just because it was the first at PHX, but because of the insistence on street pricing, and a preference for local, independent operators. Finally! Great food at reasonable prices… and in an airport!
We’re so excited to be opening in Terminal 4, perhaps as early as this week. Training is underway, and final touches being put on the restaurant.
We’re before security, across from Chelsea’s Kitchen in Terminal 4. You’ll find great breakfast offerings from Joe’s Farm Grill in the mornings, and the same awesome BBQ we serve in Gilbert for lunch and dinner (and at the same reasonable non-gouging prices).
Come say Howdy!