A very bright and colorful setting with a nice eclectic selection of Caribbean themed dishes, Joe Caribe's is a good stop for a casual family gathering.
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Stopped for lunch on way from Tahoe to SF. We wanted something other than the typical burgers. Joe Caribe fit the bill. An interesting menu. Kind of Caribbean. Kind of Mexican. An unusual but interesting mix. The food was surprisingly tasty. The shrimp tacos had...More
We eat here often. The food is amazing and tasty. I like the pork mojo sandwich or the vegetarian curry in a bowl with tortillas on the side. My husband gets the shrimp "bowl" a la carte. The whipped sweet potatoes are so heavenly. I...More
I used to work at Joe Caribe and I can safely say it is one of the cleanest kitchens I have ever seen. The food is all fresh and totally spot on. I love the pork sandwich, tacos, burritos, artichoke, and empanadas! The ambiance is...More
Joe Caribe used to be in a hole-in-the-wall place in a small strip mall, with seating at a small counter and a couple tables and chairs outside. They were able to move to a location just off I-80 and next to the popular Awful Annie's...More
Walking into Joe Caribe Bistro and Café is like going to a restaurant in the Caribbean Islands. The restaurant is well decorated in island style. The food is wonderful and well priced.
Our hotel recommended this restaurant as it was within walking distance and offered, good, fresh food. We were not disappointed. We had to wait approx 15 minutes for a table as they were busy, but the food was worth the wait. Server was attentive and...More
The jambalaya was perfect with just the right amount of cayenne and traditional ingredients. The curry dishes were also perfectly seasoned. And don't forget to try their house sangria - refreshing and full of flavor. The facility is older probably built in the 60's but...More