Welcome to our Newsletter
- here at Joe’s many, many items are prepared from scratch on premises: fiore di latte (fresh mozzarella) is made daily, smoked meats, brisket, smoked salmon, all desserts and pastries, sauces, soups, pizza dough, dressings, some breads.
- that since 1995 (starting at our first location – Pizza Etc.), we have led the Santa Fe food industry, in supporting the Farmers Market. By all the farmers’ consensus, we buy more local, regional grass-fed beef, bison, lamb, produce, flour, veggies and fruits than any other restaurant in Santa Fe. In 2010 Joe’s Dining purchased over $80,000.00 worth of Farmers Market products. A locavore’s delight. ( 100K by 2012)
- that your hosts, Roland and Sheila, have a combined 60+ years in the restaurant industry!!
- that Joe’s is not a chain or a franchise. Joe’s Dining is one of a kind. Joe’s is Roland and Sheila – all that they own, all that they are. We cannot compete with the chains’ marketing budgets. However, they cannot compete with our food or our service or our heart.
- that we cater a significant number of corporate office meetings, weddings, family events, community and church events and doctors’ office meetings and receive marvelous feedback.
- that we have our own pastry chef in house – he does fresh desserts daily as well as beautiful birthday cakes and Gluten-Free options
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -107 October 2014 Seasonal bounty in Joe’s Van after the usual trip to the Farmer’s Market Joe’s will soon host a fund-raiser for the local therapeutic riding organization, the Listening Horse. 20% of your meal total is donated to them that day. Stay tuned for details. Listeninghorse.org Last year Joe’s brought home a ribbon from the Hungry Mouth Charitable Event for a main course. This year Roland will be one of the judges. This event supports one of Santa Fe’s oldest and most...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter - Sheila Harvest time already? My uncle and grandpa taking a coffee break from stooking crops. Saskatchewan circa 1932 Hemp: Our Forefathers’ Most Important Crop is the topic of Carbon Economy Series’ event Nov 21-22 at SFCC. Doug Fine, author of Hemp Bound: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution, will teach. It was the most important crop of colonial USA. The stat sheet on hemp sounds almost too good to be true: among Earth’s strongest fibers, its seed...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter If you’re a regular at Joe’s, skip this. You already know we are into the most exciting food season in Northern New Mexico and even more exciting, the annual return of Joe’s famous Margherita Pizza. OMG, I can taste it now as I write! For the 19 years we have been making this pizza it has gathered an impatient following. Why? What could be simpler than a cheese and tomato pizza? Well, here’s the secret – we don’t do it all year round. I don’t care what kind of tomatoes you...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -104 July 2014 Symbol of U.S. independence – what my immigrant grandparents saw as they were processed through Ellis Island in 1899. Happy 4th everyone. July 15 – your last day to take advantage of a great deal while donating to the local farm movement. Joe’s is promoting and donating to the work of Farm to Restaurant. What is Joe’s doing? And how can you help? Until July 15 we are offering a prix fixe meal for two for 49.00 every day starting at 11AM. 10% of these sales are givento...read more
Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter #103, June 2014 Food from Farm to Restaurant starts with our local farmers and ranchers (and friends!) All throughout June Joe’s is promoting and donating to the work of Farm to Restaurant. F2R is a program under the umbrella of the better-known Farm to Table organization. F2R facilitates local food sourcing between Santa Fe restaurants and local growers and educates the public about the benefits of eating locally grown. This reinforces the critical link between our local growers and...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -102 May 2014 The winds have arrived. Hang on to your hat! . . . . May brings us all kinds of goodies – western winds, Mothers’ Day, Memorial Day, graduations – May is a busy month. Joe’s will again help you celebrate your Mom. We offer a delightful 3-course prix fixe menu starting at 11:30 that day. Please please make your reservation. On any other Sunday small parties can always be accommodated, BUT on Mother’s Day, we strongly urge you to reserve to avoid...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -101 April 2014 “Mick” – some of you have asked about our horse. Here he is- healthy again and full of it! Locavores, come celebrate Joe’s 2nd Annual Burger Week starting Monday Ap 7! If taxes are taking a bite, bite back! Enjoy a 2 topping Beef Burger on a fresh Fano bun all week long with homemade chips lettuce, tomato and red onion for the incredible price of $7.99! (Regular price 12.97) This is top quality New Mexico beef raised and finished on grass and grass alone;...read more
Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -100 March 2014 – Special Chocolate Edition The Chocolate Challenge – tell me honestly, who doesn’t love chocolate? One of Joe’s waiters, Mark Reichard, who has also been a chef, is kindly donating his time and skill while Joe’s donates the supplies and ingredients to create a chocolate sensation (wait ‘til you see it!) for La Familia Medical Center Benefit. The Inn at Loretto hosts the event on Sat March 1, 2014 starting at 5:30 pm. Enjoy music, hors d’oeuvres, champagne,...read more
I thought I’d married a German boy. But when St. Paddy’s Day comes ‘round, chef Roland captures the magic of the Irish in his cooking. His now-famous corned beef, cabbage and boiled new potatoes is beyond mouth-watering. It will be available, not just on March 17th, but the whole week prior – Tuesday March 11 through Monday March 17 (if supplies last!) Same price as last year: $11.99/Lunch. $14/Dinner. Grab yourself a pint of Irish Red Ale or Guinness Stout with your meal – 1/2 price ($2.50) all week long! The...read more
Here are some thoughts on the Year of the Horse. The horse is one of the Chinese’ favorite animals. A horse provides good and quick transportation, symbolically a sign of speedy success. Horses are social, alert, intuitive and incredibly sensitive. They like to be in the open where they can see and flee danger. Horses help humans win battles and riding a horse will take you places you could not get to otherwise. Horses love to be in motion, but if restricted, can appear lazy. The horse is above all, naturally beautiful,...read more
Numerologically 2014 is deemed a “7” year Last year at this time we looked at 2013 through the eyes of Chinese astrology. It was the year of the Snake. This year “fun with numbers” (numerology) tells us that 2014 is a Number 7. (2+0+1+4= 7). Now, what does that imply? In a general sense, the Number 7 is a seeker, the thinker, the searcher of truth, the one who questions everything. So 2014 will be a year of deep introspection, and transformation for the betterment. Globally, this will be a year of make-or-break...read more
Reserve Joe’s Red Room – perfect for parties! Looking for totally unique, totally Santa Fe holiday gifts? Two accomplished local artists are showing on Joe’s walls currently. Nancy Dean Kreger’s brilliant watercolors in the main dining room and Bill Todino’s stark almost sacred photographs are in the Red Room. All works are for sale, just add it to your lunch check! And don’t forget Joe’s gift cards – buy $100 worth and get $10 free bonus for yourself! What could be easier? Dija Know? Countries that...read more
Thanksgiving, it’s here already; and it reminds us of our many blessings. Here at Joe’s we most especially want to thank you, our guests. So many of you have followed our “story” for 11 years! Bless you. And as for Thanksgiving dinner itself, as in years past, we advise you to “Let Joe Do It!” See our menu and the order sheet – everything is designed to heat and serve. Order just a few items and cook the rest yourself, or select the complete meal from soup to dessert. Please do not delay, we have a limited number of...read more
Moveable Feast For the entire month of October Joe’s offers you a Prix Fixe Menu starting at 5pm every day — 3-courses for just $19.95! It is part of an October event cooked up by the folks at Edible Santa Fe to encourage eating locally grown foods. Joe’s Prixe Fix Menu will change in response to what the farmers have available at the moment. To see today’s Prixe Fix Menu and wine pairing check our Daily Specials menu. The St. Elizabeth’s Shelter Hungry Mouth Festival was a blast. Roland’s team of “Iron Chefs”...read more
St. Elizabeth’s Shelter Hungry Mouth Festival is certainly one of the most unique and exciting events of the year! St. Elizabeth’s has provided food and shelter for Santa Fe’s homeless for 27 years and is now planning an evening of fantastic food cooked by 4 teams of prominent Santa Feans. These four competing “Iron-Chef-On-Steroids” teams are coached by four local celebrity chefs. Roland is proud to be one them, guiding his incredibly pumped team of local elected officials (yes you will recognize them). Don’t miss this cut...read more