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I walked in during happy hour. Ordered a coors lite for $3 and played some video poker.
There are about 7 pool tables in this place and 6 video poker machines. At the far end there is a downstairs venue called The Jack London Review....More
Went here to visit the "New" Jack London Revue room on a "Neo-Soul Sunday". Inexpensive drinks and entry. Funky room, very good local musicians. The main act was very good and the crowd was very hip and eclectic. If your looking for a local music...More
I love this place, and I'm so glad it's going to stay open. My wife and I had our wedding rehearsal lunch here, and we're so glad we did. It's a fun place for anyone, as the food is outstanding, especially for the price, the...More
We went on a Sunday, the bar wasn't too busy and we played pool for free, which is hard to come by anywhere. The cider was the drink of the night and were only 3 bucks, and the blackberry flavor was delicious! The garlic fries...More
I love the casual demeanor of Rialto. No nonsense pub food, lots of tvs, pool, and booze served quickly and by friendly folks. I love the cheesesteak sandwich and they do fast togo food. A neighborhood classic stopping point.
My friend had never tried a Rueben Sandwich before, so I convinced her to split one with me. Truly, the best I've ever had.
My friend liked it so much, she's afraid to order one anywhere else and be disappointed! We also each had a...More
Hung out here for a bit before riding the train to the airport. Sort of a dark bar that reminds you of the 70's. Staff very friendly prices not bad. The didn't have a large beer selection seemed mostly a cocktail bar. They have lots...More
I have been to Rialtos a few times but it was always after Brewfest to get a cocktail or just a place I stopped in to get a drink when I was in the area, but I never really sat down for any long period...More
Went on a Saturday night around 10:30 on an Oregon game night and it wasn't too crowded, we were able to get a table to sit at. Bloody Mary's were awesome with olives and asparagus. Would definitely go back.
Rialto would be good for that. Sam's Billiards in the Hollywood district (around 42nd and Sandy) would also be a good place. Both places have also got Snooker or British pool tables. Sam's is a much more enjoyable weekday... More
Rialto would be good for that. Sam's Billiards in the Hollywood district (around 42nd and Sandy) would also be a good place. Both places have also got Snooker or British pool tables. Sam's is a much more enjoyable weekday atmosphere with less crowds of people than downtown at Rialto. If you do go to Rialto's go around the corner to Kelly's Olympian and I can serve you guys a drink!Have fun on your trip!