It may not look like a home any longer, but Joe’s Farm Grill was created from the Johnston Family home built in 1966. Keeping the 60s era look, the building was altered to a mid-century modern design of a “burger stand” while ensuring a peaceful setting created by the large trees. Blending the indoors and outdoors, the butterfly roof and open breezeway make for an airy patio that offers shade and excellent views. At Joe’s Farm Grill, they focus on common food done uncommonly well and served quickly. Common foods such as burgers, fries, pizza, salads, and ribs are common for a good reason: people love them. They taste great! As much as possible, they use fruit, vegetables, and herbs from The Farm at Agritopia, right at their front door. You may recognize Joe’s Farm Grill as it was featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.