Rio Vista is a city located in the eastern end of Solano County, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area—either in the East Bay or the North Bay, depending on what definition is used—on the Sacramento River, in the Sacramento River Delta region. The population was 7,360 at the 2010 census.
4 based on 108 reviews
We had a Rueben and a chicken bbq sandwich. Both were excellent, both came on a big platter with ample sides. The sidewinder fries are unique and good. Even though the place was packed, our service was spot on. Nice view over water. Be prepared to take home food unless you are a big eater.
4 based on 12 reviews
Get there early if you want to be sure of getting your favorite treat as they run out of things. This is a nice place for a light lunch too. Give it a try.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
My family chooses Tortilla Flats out of all the local restaurants as they love the food. The family chops and cooks and the food is homemade. The salsa they make themselves is our favorite and comes out with chips. They will refill. The family is always friendly. We get good service. This last visit my son and I had fajitas that were very good. A little less fat when cooking would be appreciated. My grandson always gets the $4.95 burrito and it is huge . He also loves their milkshakes. The waffles with strawberries looks delicious. Homemade chicken and rice soup is good. A very nice local restaurant. Don’t look for ambiance!
4 based on 46 reviews
tel # 707-374-2020
Conveniently located right on highway 12 in Rio Vista, the burgers are fine here. Not flame broiler but grilled. Fries were crispy and shakes were just ok. Chocolate is made from chocolate ice cream, not vanilla with chocolate sauce.
When busy you'll have to wait a bit as this place is popular with the locals. Burger, fries and shake will lighten your wallet by a little over $13. Decent choice if driving across the valley. Cheers.
4 based on 83 reviews
I hunt and fish so I loved it --- some won't. My buddie found this place so we just had to see it. I enjoyed the story about how this place came to be. We had a drink or two while looking over the many game mounts thru out the building. Many were eating lunch. It is a piece of history, of which I am glad to have seen along with hoping to show others as time passes.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
This is an excellent "hole in the wall" Cafe. Their breakfast is to die for! I'd love to write a review in it and post a picture of their awesome retro Sign! The sign sayd "Striper Cafe" and has a big fish on it.
This is where I like to go to get that splurge breakfast in town. It's good food, service is good and many items to choose from. I have lived here for 8 years and would recommend to anyone.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
When you want a great tasting hot dog or sausage on a fresh moist bun and at a fair price, this is the place to go. Burger Kings new hot dogs are terrible tasting and has a leathery skin, not to mention the dry, not-so-fresh bun.
But Long Island Larry cares about quality, taste, and freshness so you have to try this roadside stand and you will not be disappointed. Next time you are driving through Rio Vista, look for Long Island Larry's and tell them you heard about him on Trip Advisor!!!!
4 based on 17 reviews
Small town diner with urban-retro decor, located on busy corner of Hwy. 12 at the traffic light. Large parking lot. Open 6AM - 2PM Breakfast served all day. Booth seating and large tables for groups up to 10. Breakfast favorites, pancakes, French toast, omelettes, steak and eggs and more. American comfort foods burgers, sandwiches, and salads.
We had continued to patronize this restaurant because we want to support the local businesses. But until recently it had become hard to continue. The food was not great and neither was the service. This time our experience was remarkably better. The service was very good. (They no longer just leave a pot of coffee at your table and have you do your own refills.) The waitress was not only attentive but also humorous and efficient. We also noticed that the place was full. Had not seen that in quite some time.
3.5 based on 56 reviews
Yes really. I ordered spaghetti and meatballs Togo, it was tasty but, a piece of metal was inside one of the meatballs and could have injured or killed me (or you). So advice given, be careful. Advice needed, how should I proceed?
4 based on 12 reviews
We stopped for a Saturday lunch. Portobello sandwich had sliced mushrooms that were marinated in balsamic salad dressing. The sandwich was garnished with tomato, onion and lettuce. It was served hot and piled high. The accompanying fries were crispy. Service was excellent and the chef came out to check our satisfaction. We also has a tasty burger and calamari strips. All this sitting at a outside picnic table watching the fishing boats coast by. Afterword, a local fisherman cleaned his fresh caught bass on the nearby cleaning table. I was impressed that Outriggers had lunch and dinner vegan options: unusual for a place on the river.
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