Plenty of seating inside, outside, and at picnic tables under the trees.
We were sitting under the misters on the patio when I noticed this sign by the tree next to us.
The thought of a scorpion infestation made me want to move, but Craig pointed out that it was probably a good way to keep kids from climbing the huge trunk of the gigantic old mesquite.
The restaurant is surrounded by flowers and garden patches. There's an actual farm onsite where they grow their own organic greens, veggies, and herbs. There's also a coffee shop and farm produce stand. Almost makes me want to move to Agritopia!
This a/leaf symbol is the insignia for the neighborhood Agritopia. I always get a laugh when I see it because last year the cops busted a grow house in the neighborhood. Does that look like a pot leaf? And the name Agritopia now reminds me of the fictional suburbia, Agrestic, in Showtime's Weeds.
I fully intended to take photos of our food, but the batteries on the camera went dead. Craig had a BBQ combo with baby back ribs, barbecued chicken, pulled pork, coleslaw, and onion rings. I had a farm salad with fresh greens and veggies topped with curried chicken salad. Yummmm. But we both agreed that the wide variety of hamburgers and sandwiches look like the best items on the menu. So we'll be back one of these evenings when the place is less crowded to sample those burgers with fries and onion rings!
And I'll bring the camera with some extra batteries next time!
If you want to check it out, go to http://www.joesfarmgrill.com/!