Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Village/ W Village >
American (Traditional) >
Riviera Cafe & Sports Bar
Posted by anonymous on 07/02/2012
Had Saturday lunch in a very empty restaurant. I remember the food being good at the Riviera but certainly not during this visit. Our nachos were swimming in a swamp of cheeze product and black beans that were not drained. The veggie "burgers" were inedible, basically a floury paste with sunflower seeds served on toasted sandwich bread. A real disappointment.
Posted by anonymous on 12/14/2010
The food use to be good here, but now nothing seems to work. Very disapointing. Burgers are made of poor quality meat and are always over cooked and dry. And the overly seasoned chicken fingers are dry and tough. It's fun sitting outside in the summer, but i would go there for drinks only.
Posted by Average Sports Bar on 04/22/2008
This bar turned on the game that my group wanted to watch, which was great!. The food tasted pretty awful and the sangria ($15 for a large pitcher) was made with very cheap wine. The nachos were clearly made with Cheez Whiz or some kind of fake cheese. There were only four beers on tap. As for the service, they were fairly quick, but several times had to be reminded that we had ordered drinks. It took 15 minutes to get a round of shots on a slow night. Overall, this bar is fun to catch a beer and any sporting event you want, but stay away from the food!
Posted by Christi on 04/21/2008
The waitress solicited and processed five bills for four separate tables, not so much as looking up to acknowledge me, let alone seat me. 15 minutes later, having run out of tables to bill/bus, I figured I was on deck. But no, she pushed me out of her way in her hurry to step out for a cigarette break, never once so much as making eye contact. If this is what it's like when it's 25% full on a Wednesday night...