The Three Rivers Eatery and Brewhouse was established in 1997 by John Silva, Bob and Cindy Beckley in Farmington, New Mexico. The restaurant and ... More
Three Rivers Pizzeria
The Three Rivers Eatery and Brewhouse was established in 1997 by John Silva, Bob and Cindy Beckley in Farmington, New Mexico. The restaurant and brewery is located in downtown Farmington, on 101 East Main Street. It was formerly called the Andrews Building, and was built and opened in 1912. It was built to house The Farmington Drug Store and The Farmington Times-Hustler Newspaper (now The Daily Times), which became the longest standing drugstore and fountain in New Mexico.
Before the negatives, I d like to say that I did have a great time at this place and service was great; the people were very nice. I just moved here from Oklahoma and I was told this place had great pizza, so I gave it a shot and even though the service was good, the pizza (Valvidi) was awful! I m not sure if it s the spices or some local acquired taste but the BBQ sauce tased like ketchup with tomato paste. The chicken was hard and the bacon was Rock hard. I then had a basic pepperoni pizza which tasted like stale cheese and old pepperoni. I do not recommend the pizzeria but the restaurant/brewery is very good!
their beer gave me diahrrea. the owner (John) is a jerk! I've seen him go postal on customers. i wouldn't spend one cent at this place and you shouldn't either. Durango has good breweries and eating experiences, go there instead.
I prefer the patio area when the weather is just right. We eat here frequently and like almost everything on the menu. They get an extra pat on the back for the soups. I love the potato soup and the broccoli-cheddar soup. Everyone knows the beer is great. They certainly have won enough beer awards. Other drinks are good too.
The best pizza ever!
Try the Rocky Marciano. You won't be disappointed.
Excellent beer, especially the Hop Scotch Ale.
I don't know what restaurant some of the other commenters went to, but I would go back here in a heartbeat.
Good beer, ok food though the soups are excellent. Dinners are good but overpriced. I stick to the under 8 dollar menu. Nice atmosphere in a nice part of town. They also have a pool hall/game room down the road which is pretty cool though some of the bartenders won't give you the time of day unless you're a buddy, or good looking.
3 Rivers was my fave hangout when I lived in the desert. The food was ok, but the beer kicked mad ass. Try the Red Flyer Apple Cider. You'll be drunk before you know it. I loved to hang here with my buddies, Tara, Tamera, Jasen,Chopa, and Anthony. Plus, my friends Bo and Sabrina who worked there. What a great way to spend the evening. Shoot pool, drink beer. Kick Ass, mane.