The Place to Drink and Eat Where the Two Rivers Meet!
Dos Rios, which means two rivers in Spanish, and refers to the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers, which meet in Antioch is the name of the newest bar and grill in Antioch. Located in the historic, downtown Rivertown, it’s the place for you and your friends to meet, after you enter through their two doors at 420 and 422 Second Street.
Opened by the father-daughter team of Celestino and Yesenia Torres, they offer good food, specialty drinks like the self-named Dos Rios, local bands, and soon, salsa and karaoke nights.
Yesenia’s background in the restaurant business puts her in charge. The friendly bar manager, Georgette Portue, is a key part of the team, too. They’re the two ladies who run the place.
Stop by Monday for Burgers & Brew for $10 or Taco Tuesdays when their street tacos are just $1.50 each. Be sure to look for their $2 domestic beer specials.
Their Grand Re-Opening will be this Saturday, February 7 and will feature a live band and dancing and then s
Open seven days a week, they offer a separate room for parties. Be sure to like them on Facebook. See their ad, page 6 in the February issue of the Antioch Herald or on the right side of this website.