Celebrate Indoor Dining at Riv’s Toms River Hub All Weekend Long

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – The return of indoor dining in New Jersey is a reason to celebrate and Tony Rivoli, owner of Riv’s Toms River Hub is giving you 13 reasons to celebrate all weekend long.

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“The celebratory weekend continues tomorrow with Saturday Specials,” Tony Rivoli said. “Visit us Labor Day Weekend for not only appetizing food but for refreshing drinks too! Try our $13 Beer Buckets, $6 Spiked Peach Ice Teas and Cherry Margaritas too! There’s always something going on at Riv’s Toms River Hub, and you’re always invited.”

 

Riv’s has a large indoor bar, indoor seating, a huge array of big-screen televisions with your local sports playing in front of empty crowds.  In fact, even at 25% capacity the best place to watch a game this weekend might just be at Riv’s Toms River Hub.

Inside, tables have been rearranged to provide six-foot distancing in accordance with Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order and policy for indoor dining.  Riv’s also has a large outdoor patio deck that remains open.

What will you find in Riv’s?  Essentially, bar food kicked up a few notches, plus great steak, chicken and seafood entrees that have a similar flair to Rivoli’s former Rivoli’s Italian Restaurant.  If you’re expecting Rivoli’s Italian restaurant here, fuggedaboutit.  While some of the menu entrees and specials are similar to the old menu, they all come with the Riv’s hub twist, which in most cases is so much better.

So if you’re looking for a great place to get the Labor Day weekend party going, check out Riv’s on Hooper Avenue in Silverton, Toms River. 

We are open and ready!

Posted by Riv's Toms River Hub on Friday, September 4, 2020

 

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