Had my first pasty. Nice town with lots to do. Big mining town and easy to get around. Joe's retiring, better hurry!
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We were looking for a good pasty in Butte and chose this place when we read it'd been around for 50 years -- we decided that was a good track record. It was great! The pasties were the perfect size and had a delicious crust....More
I bought two of their wonderful pasties to take to Washington. Only half of one made it there. They smelt so good that I kept eating. I regret nothing.
We had the pasty with gravy. It was warm and delicious. Also loved the coleslaw and blueberry pie. The place is old not overly clean but about what you would expect for a great small town local cafe. I would definitely come here again.
This is a very casual, small café. Dress as comfortably as you can. On Fri. night, I had their pasty of meat and potatoes and it was big (for me anyway). I had the gumbo soup and it was delicious. Glad I ordered the peach...More
Only a block off one of the main streets and near the freeway, Joe's still has the delicious pasty I remember from the first time I stopped there with friends 20 years ago! I was so happy to see it is still there and the...More
Pasties were a staple of miners from days gone by. They have become a historical eat in Butte. Taking a tour guide's word we thought we've give 'em a go. Not so great. Bland. Diced potatoes and a few pieces of meat in a doughy...More
I have never left a review like this, but feel I must - we decided to stop here for lunch while in Butte and I can honestly say we will not return. While the folks here were wonderful, the food is worse than a school...More
Eating at Joe's is a Butte tradition. The pasty is a Butte meal not to be missed, and Joe's makes them as well as anyone. Sitting quietly and eating my meal, I was privvy to several conversations by locals eating there as well. I found...More