Rivera's is a wonderful place. Its one of the best Mexican places around, in fact one of the best Mexican places ever. It's especially good for Vegetarians. The menu doesn't have a lot of options, but the ingredients are done so well, we can not stop eating there. Instead of lard they use chile in their beans. GOOD STUFF GO THERE!
I have been enjoying Rivera's authentic mexican food since 1997. The ambiance, the food and service is extraordinaire. If you're looking for a delicious and scrumptious Wet Burrito. This is the place to be. Keep up the Great Work George! Your Service for your family is impeccable! Mr. Rivera your masterpiece is your food. A true forever customer.
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NOT ONLY IS FOOOD INTENSE, BUT GEORGE AND HIS FAMILY REALLY MAKE YOU AS YOUR PART OF FAMILY. THATS WHAT RIVER'S IS ABOUT AND WILL ALWAYS WILL BE. I NEVER HAD TO ASK FOR ANYTHING ONCE OR TWICE. THANKS FOR THE INTENESE TIME SEE YOU SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have been dining at Rivera's Restaurant for three years now, and I have to say that I have yet to find a more enjoyable restaurant. Although I now live quite a distance from the restaurant, I still make it a priority to visit at least twice a month.
The food is authentic and deliciously prepared. Unlike some restaurants I have been to, whose food quality / service declines over time, Rivera’s seems to consistently remain wonderful! While good food can be difficult to find, the overall dining experience is what I am always impressed with. George, the owner’s son, is an excellent server – always going above and beyond to enhance the experience. He is genuine and has a sincere interest in his customers and also quite handsome!
I have recommended friends, family and colleagues to Rivera’s and am always happy to hear how much they enjoyed the food, ambiance and overall experience. Rivera’s Restaurant is definitely a hidden jewel that I would personally recommend to anyone seeking wonderful food, excellent service and authentic ambiance!
When I lived in L.B. (25 yrs ago) this was the Gondola Italian Restaurant. It was owned by an Iranian guy (go figure) who served great Italian food and pizzas. I'm glad it was taken over by another quality outfit. I'll have to try it out the next time I pry myself out of the Wyoming snow and visit L.B.