Dine Within the Walls of History
Joe’s Steakhouse is located in the historic Philip Williams House. The circa 1820s historic building features a two-story restaurant with three separate lower-level dining rooms along with a private, second story dining room. The outdoor patio is dog-friendly. Available on-site parking.
History and Ghost Tours
Employees and visitors to the Mansion have reported sights and sounds of young children at play, a roaming elderly man, a lady on the staircase, as well other as other paranormal activities. The downstairs basement of the house served as a kitchen and housing area for servants. The fireplaces in each room remain to this day along with the original flooring and the hidden room where Confederate Soldiers sought safety during the Civil War.
Colonel George S. Patton
Our most famous ghost and historic figure is Colonel George S. Patton who is affectionately known as “the Confederate in the Window”. He died on the second floor after being wounded in the Third Battle of Winchester. Visitors have reported seeing his likeness peering out the window, near the location of his deathbed.
Guests are welcomed to request a free tour.
Address: 25 West Piccadilly Street, Winchester, Virginia 22601
Phone: (540) 667-3463
Web Address: http://www.joessteak.com
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu: 4pm - 9:30pm; Fri-Sat: 11am - 10:30pm; Sun: 10am - 8pm