It's been 2.5 months since my truck was robbed of parts in the Milford Tilted Kilt's parking lot. I have emailed letters to both the local franchisee as well as corporate. Corporate said that this is the responsibility of the franchisee and informed them to respond. However, still NO direct response from an owner or GM of the Milford location. Definitely a lot of other choices in Milford alone to have a drink, some good food, watch some games, etc. Hooters, Gippers, Buffalo Wild Wings, Crush, Archie Moore's, Colony Grill, Kings Court, etc...just to name a few.ORIGINAL YELP REVIEW from 1/25/14:Service from the waitresses is very good. However, I believe that the owner(s) have absolutely no cares about their patrons or their patrons personal property. My truck had some parts stolen OFF of it in the Tilted Kilt's parking lot while we were inside watching football on a Sunday afternoon. Within 24 hours, the police requested their security footage (which the Kilt admittedly had). After dragging their feet for 3 weeks, they taped over the requested and needed footage and it was no longer available. Had this request been taken seriously and fulfilled in a timely manner, the criminal may have been caught. I would have thought that a business owner would have taken this request seriously and try to keep his patrons' personal property safe while at his business. I am very surprised by their lack of response and professionalism. It makes me wonder what may have actually been recorded. It's been 4 weeks and I still haven't heard from the Kilt to offer an explanation or apology on their lack of attention during a criminal investigation. Business owners have to realize that there are so many other choices out there. If you have a good experience, you tell 5-10 friends. If you have a bad experience, you tell a lot more.
Not worth the trip. Cannot even give this place a star rating. Pulled pork was just stewed in sauce and tasted like coffee. Stuffed jalapeños were tasteless and so were the pulled pork eggrolls. And really folks gluten free can taste good just not at Joey C's. Save your time and money and go someplace else.
Have been to Joey C's four times in 2013 and every visit has been great. the brisket is my favorite! The wife is a vegetarian and she has no problem eating there. They take care of her without any problem. The drinks are also good and the beer selection is excellent. We went there on a hot, humid night and they lost the AC. Fans came out within a few minutes and everyone was happy. For anyone who had a bad experience previous to 2013, come on back and try again. It's a great place and I am really fussy about BBQ. I give Joey C's 5 stars!
the food wasnt too tasty , the baked beans wernt the normal bushed baked beans type they were weird mexican kind with salso and black beans The corn brread was dry . The ribs were red in the center after saying well done. the only good part was the atmosphere and scalloped potatoes.
I've been here a dozen times & the food is delicious. The BBQ sauce is sweetened with agave nectar instead of molasses or corn syrup & is much healthier. In fact, many of their dishes are cooked healthier than your traditional greasy spoon BBQ. Try the fish tacos....you won't be disappointed!