Enjoy popular new menu items (burgers! pizza!) and fun games (billiards! foosball!) at our revamped Tahiti Joe’s

Enjoy popular new menu items (burgers! pizza!) and fun games (billiards! foosball!) at our revamped Tahiti Joe’s

A transformation at Tahiti Joe’s will usher in a new era featuring bar food favorites. We have devised a large, Americanized menu that is guaranteed to please your palate with an all-star lineup of traditional appetizers, burgers, pizza, sandwiches and salads. You’ll enjoy proven winners like cheese quesadillas, loaded nachos, wings, fingers, cheeseburger sliders and a barbecue bacon burger. We will also have a children’s menu (PB&J!) and delectable desserts.

Delicious burgers

Delectable fingers

The adjustments at Joe’s aren’t stopping with the food. We are also upping the fun quotient by installing a number of arcade games, pool tables and a foosball table, all of them guaranteed to go great with our scrumptious menu items. Now instead of being a place where you eat and run, Tahiti Joe’s will become a destination to meet and eat and play and stay. Of course if you prefer you can order poolside from the same great menu and have it delivered directly to your lounge chair. Pool service began last week. Rediscover Tahiti Joe’s on your next visit to Tahiti Village.

  • Dennis Slavensky

    Very nice! can’t wait to come back and visit. I think a shuffle board what also be fantastic at tahitti joes. Can my children use these tables?

  • Hello, Dennis. We are happy you approve of the changes at Tahiti Joe’s. We think they augur great things to come. A shuffle board would be a fantastic addition to the roster of new arcade and table games, and of course your children are welcome to use them all. Thank you for writing.

  • Mark Jeffels

    Nice to see that atleast you have salads for us owners that are glutin intolerent! And hamburgers are German, not american, they come from Hamburg, Germany. When german immigrants moved to the US and cooked thier own food that is how hamburgers made it to the US. I guess it doesn’t matter where you go outside of Europe it is all imported recipes.

  • Thank you for the clarification, Mark. The hamburger is indeed from Germany, but once you slap on a slice of cheese and a couple strips of bacon, then slather it in barbecue sauce, it becomes a distinctly “Americanized” variation. Oh, let’s not quibble over nation of origin. It’s delicious no matter what.