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Joe’s is one of those treasured American local food icons. It has been at the same location in the same building in Sandy, Oregon, for years and years. It’s the kind of small shop that knows how to deliver a unique experience and does it without compromising or growing beyond its britches. For tens of thousands of Portlanders, Joe’s equals Sandy. It remains true to its heritage and its locale.
You can’t miss the eye-popping red and white checkered paint job. You can’t miss that distinct look that says, “I may be local but I’m unforgettable.” You can’t miss the lines out the door. Whether it’s a cruller, a bear claw, a fritter or a maple bar, they make it fresh, big and mouth-watering. Just the indulgence anyone needs before burning hundreds of calories on some fantastic outdoor experience.
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In winter and spring, the Gorge’s full-to-bursting waterfalls and Mt. Hood’s snowy vistas are wild and wonderful counterpoints to its cozy brewpubs, shops, museums and galleries.