Tired? Hungry? In need of comfort? Look no further than Joanie's, where the food's real, folks are friendly, and a warm welcome awaits. Jason has been dishing out homestyle goodness for over 4 years. At Joanie's, you're family, and there's always a spot for you at the table.
The Heart of Murfreesboro
Formerly Red Bicycle, Joanie's in Murfreesboro isn't your typical restaurant. With their amazing bagel sandwiches, burgers that will make you question everything and crepes, they're dominating breakfast and lunch.
Now, Joanie's isn't your typical spot; it's an America's Best Restaurants standout with Ruthie awards for the best breakfast in town. But rewind a bit—they had to open a second spot because the first got swamped with crowds. Joanie's isn't just a coffee shop; it's a full-blown restaurant dishing out delicious and healthful delights, paired with a variety of amazing coffee choices.
A Family Affair
Meet Jason, the mastermind behind it all. He started by naming Joanie's burger after his mother, incorporating her favorite ingredients. Later, he honored his late mother, a true "she-ro" who raised six children and triumphed over cancer, by naming the entire place after her. Joanie's is famous for these tempting dishes:
-Fluffy French toast, and hearty breakfast burritos start the day.
-Burgers are hand-formed from grass-fed Tennessee beef and topped with housemade pickles and sauces.
-Daily specials feature local produce and meats in dishes like fried tomato sandwiches, chicken pot pie, and meatloaf.
Bringing People Together
For Jason, Joanie’s is all about creating a place where friends and neighbors can come together over delicious, homestyle food. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, the staff friendly, and the portions generous. Whether meeting for brunch, grabbing a burger for lunch, or enjoying dinner with the family, Joanie’s comfort food brings people together and keeps them coming back.
When you walk into Joanie’s, the smell of sizzling bacon and fresh-brewed coffee envelops you like a warm blanket. Jason, the owner, is usually chatting up customers at the counter, sharing stories of Murfreesboro’s glory days. His philosophy is simple: use the freshest ingredients from local farmers and cook the kind of food your grandma used to make.
You haven’t lived until you’ve tried one of Joanie’s gourmet burgers. Ground chuck, brisket, and ribeye are blended into patties and grilled to perfection. "The Joanie” comes topped with blue cheese, fried mushrooms, and bacon. Want to carb-load? Their breakfast burritos will fuel you for days. Eggs, cheese, hash browns, and your choice of sausage, bacon, or veggies are wrapped in a giant flour tortilla.
If you prefer sweets for breakfast, Joanie’s French toast is the stuff of local legend. Thick slices of cinnamon swirl bread are dipped in a creamy custard and griddled until golden brown. For a special treat, order it topped with fresh berries, whipped cream, and pure maple syrup.
For an authentic taste of the South, you can’t beat Joanie’s. They’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by any time for delicious, homestyle cooking in a casual. You’ll feel right at home.
So you’re craving some down-home cooking but don’t feel like firing up the stove. We get it. Lucky for you, Joanie’s is now offering online ordering for pickup or delivery. Gone are the days of waiting in line or hovering over other diners to snag a table. With a few taps on their app, those scratch-made sandwiches, farm-fresh eggs, and signature burritos can be on their way to you.
So there you have it, folks. A little slice of comfort food right in your backyard. Run, don’t walk, to Joanie’s and treat yourself to a breakfast burrito or one of their gourmet burgers. Meet Jason, hear their story, and understand why they pour their heart and soul into every dish. In a world of chains and corporations, it’s the little gems like Joanie’s that remind us of the simple pleasures - family, community, and a home-cooked meal. Make the trip, pull up a seat at the counter, and strike up a conversation with the regular next to you. You’ll be glad you did.