After work happy hour!!!!. I had a really hard day at work, and all that got me through it was the thought I get to go to Riverside for happy hour with my hubby and relax have some drinks and some good food. Well I wish I had a lot of great things to say, but our "home made chips" taste as if they were burned. The pulled pork sliders, people put some kind of sauce on those dry things, oh my you could call them tree bark sliders!!!!!! The drinks we really tasty, was easy to get the tree bark down. I would go there just to drink, we were going to eat dinner there, but what was served to us was how you start the meal I didn't want to see what dinner would be like...Sorry a D- the only thing that saved you from the F was the drinks!!!
When I found out that the regular portion came with 4 ravs and 3 shrimp, I ordered the "double" and was told it comes wit 8 ravs and 6 shrimp. When It arrived it contained 7 ravs and 4 shrimp. Come -on the economy is bad but I feel it is gonna get worse at this place. Also the bread came 3/4 of the way rthrough our meal, with a small silver cup with about a 1/2 t-spoon of butter. At least we had a huge laugh. The food was very good, i think the manager is counting the food as it goes out. This place is not cheap.
Will not go back....very disappointed.....
good ambiance, good food, small portions. came here for the first time on a saturday for lunch. was very hungry and left still a bit hungry. food was good but portions were a bit small. menu will give options of solo or double order. thought solo meant for one person and double meant for 2. if you're hungry go for the double order. service was nice... bar looked fully stocked. tv screens with college basketball playing was a pleasant bonus
Wow!!!. Coming here, I had no idea what to expect. I used to patron the dingy old Herferd House when I was younger, and I was expecting something along those lines. BOY WAS I WRONG! I walked in and was immediatly greeted by the staff. I asked to be on the patio and they totally accomodated me. They food was amazing. I had the Ahi Tuna as a starter and finished by having their salmon. WOW! All I can say is I'll be back.
Pricey - Good.
Call for the fine print on Thursday night appetizers. There are only a few discounted items and only after 9PM.
Drinks and food were good. My throat was sore after speaking loudly over dinner in the bar booths, very loud. Firside dining with the waterfall outside looks fun.
My g/friend thought the appetizer menu lacked variety. Too much had seafood (rock shrimp, calamari, etc) or was stuff you find everyother place. The house steak speciality served with 4 different things, was good but rather expensive for $25. Sangria was good. Volcano cake was the bomb!
WHAT A GREAT PLACE!. We were a large group. The staff did a fantastic job. The food was great. The price of the food was amazingly low. Our waitress was so good, she actually interacted with us as if she was part of our party. That made it fun. The Service B's gave it five high heals out of five. Good Work!
Seriously Good. This place is seriously good and fun. The appetizers are superb, and the entrees, although small in appearance, are rich and filling. If you have a big appetite, full up a little more on the bread ahead of your meal, or better yet, order the spinach and artichoke dip.
This Sacramento version of a trendy L.A. bar and restaurant stands out in its own right..
Eat, rub shoulders and be part of the in crowd, all in one night. The open patio is an awesome blend of earth, water, fire and air, with a three-tiered fireplace and copper waterfall that covers one wall. Dim lighting softens the harsh lines of exposed metalwork and orange plastic chairs. Plasma TVs around the bar draw locals to watch the big game. Welcoming, knowledgeable staff can be slow at times.
The mix of cuisines, including California, Mediterranean and American, complement one another with no competition of flavors. Tuna tartare with chili and lime is a refreshing start to the meal. Meat on the barbecue ribs falls off the bone, while the espresso barbecue sauce makes even the most delicate diners lick their fingers. Lobster ravioli are buttery and rich; for lighter fare, try the generous cobb salad. Key lime pie is light, with a smooth texture and a tart bite.
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