May 29, 2020


Little Joe’s Steakhouse is set to reopen its doors for dine-in service on Friday, June 5, 2020 starting at 4:30 p.m. for Happy Hour and dinner until 10:00 p.m.

The relaxed fine dining steakhouse from restaurateur Peter Kim opened in mid-March and serves classic American fare in a family-friendly atmosphere at reasonable prices.

“We’re glad to be reopening Little Joe’s just in time to celebrate the class of 2020 and treat dads with a special night out for Father’s Day,” said Kim. “Since our introduction to the community was cut short, we’re offering a special three-course that showcases what we’re all about.”

The three-course special includes a choice of salad, 16-ounce New York Strip, and gelato for $29.95 per person.

Little Joe’s full ala cart menu features the best in choice steaks and chops along with an array of side dishes and appetizers. Steaks, including rib-eye, T-bone and filet mignon – are aged for six to seven weeks to maximize the flavor profile. Diners will also enjoy seafood selections, soups and salads, and desserts.

The full bar hosts a daily happy hour with up-to half-off food prices and drink specials. Beer selections start at $3.50 and wine-by-the-glass at $6.95. The bar menu includes a wide range of choices, from steak tartare, steak sliders, truffle garlic fries and ultimate bacon cheeseburger with avocado, to Oysters Rockefeller, shrimp cocktail and fresh fish tacos, among many other items.

The restaurant’s six private rooms are perfectly suited for special occasions, like small graduation parties and family gatherings.

In keeping with the current guidelines, reservations will be limited to a maximum of 10 guests and parties will be seated at least six feet apart. Additionally, guests will be asked to wear face masks as they enter and exit the restaurant, but not while they are seated for dinner or drinks. 

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