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After reading the last review I’ll be surprised after what just happened to me if this place exists much longer. Walked in ( 3 of us). No hostess and no one came. Saw an empty table in the bar area so we went in and...More
We dropped by to grab a drink And snacks after a long day. The location is great and convenient but the food is basic nothing interesting so service is what takes a place like this over the top but they didn’t get that! The waitress...More
My Fiance and I love to come to Rivoli whenever we Travel to Toronto. We'll spend a few hours playing pool and having some beers. All reasonably priced.
The few meals we've had here were Great too.
Cool, casual atmosphere, intimate and fun. Plenty of...More
Noisy place, with limited menu. There is a gig place in the back. Bar on the left. A place for a quick bite. Grolsch on tap for the Dutch. Pad Thai was good, little bit too sweet. Beer tasted perfect and very friendly service. Perfect...More
The Rivoli has been around since at least the 1970s but has recently come under new management. I saw a piece done on it on CBC News so thought we'd try it out. We sat on the patio which is located right on busy Queen...More
First of all, the service is incredibly slow even if the place was almost empty. Second the menu has very few and questionable options ..
Now, let's go to the quality of the food. The soup is comparable only to the one you can get...More
My girlfriend and I checked out the backroom concert venue at Rivoli for Delta Ray. It was our first time visiting and the security and ticket personnel were friendly and it went smoothly. The bar in the back is efficient and fast, the venue is...More
So we had a get together with some friends here last week. The service was actually pretty good. We had ordered food and drinks. Food was average for the area but above average for a pool hall/lounge. The atmosphere seems a bit grungy but I...More
My buddies and I had some drinks at the Horseshoe Tavern and was started to get hungry. We chose the first place we came across for dinner. The Rivoli was the winner.
With no expectations at all, we started our dining experience. Our waitress Alynne...More
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