Hogie Joe's Sports Grill

Our Menu


128 Railroad Street
Thomson, Georgia 30824




Hogie Joe’s is open for Lunch and Dinner
Monday – Saturday
11 a.m. – 9 p.m.-ish

Closed on all major holidays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and potentially a day or two surrounding any of these if they fall in such a way that it makes sense to give our hard working team a much-needed break.

Our Story

Original owners of Hogie Joes, Mike Hogan, Joe Kiel, Amy Kiel

Your first thought might be … Isn’t it ‘Hoagie’ and not ‘Hogie?’

Technically, the traditional name for the sandwich is “hoagie” but we’re having a little fun with it since “Hogie” is the nickname of one of our original owners, Mike Hogan.

Liver cancer took him from us on May 26, 2011.

We love and miss you Hogie!

Who is Joe? Amy Kiel and Joey Kiel have owned and managed the restaurant since opening in 2010.

Can you eat a hoagie at Hogie Joe’s? Yes! We call ‘em sandwiches, and whether you call them sandwiches, Hoagies or Hogies, we think you’re gonna love ‘em! Our menu is so much more diverse 

than sandwiches, though, we have won awards for our burgers, steaks and service. Come see us and check out our burgers, steaks, salads, wraps, quesadillas and desserts!

Joey and Amy

The 8 Best Sports Bars In Georgia!

Hogie Joe’s Sports Grill, Thomson, GA

8 Best Sports Bars in Georgia!It sounds like a sandwich shop, but rest assured Hogie Joe’s is just as focused on its sports action as it is the food. Their award-winning menu is packed with fresh burgers, wraps, salads, and soups, along with elevated choices like ribeye and prime rib. Fans love this place because of the clean atmosphere and friendly environment that makes you feel like one of their own team.

Georgia’s 100 Plates

Bulldog Burger, Hogie Joe’s Sports Grill, Thomson. Honoring the Thomson Bulldogs high school football team, this burger goes long with the help of perfectly melted, house-made pimento cheese and savory bacon crumbles.