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From Our Editors
There's a lot of diversity on the menu at The Riviera, but one thing you won't find is deep-fried food. Instead, the cooks grill, sauté, bake, and braise a menu with culinary influences from around the world.
The eatery's appetizers give one a good idea of this diversity, with a selection that includes hummus, beef carpaccio, and crepes with red salmon caviar. Escargot is served in a puff pastry with bleu cheese bechamel, and dishes such as Asian vegetables and tofu—stir-fried in ginger and sesame-infused vegetable oil—cater to vegetarians, vegans, and cannibalistic vegetables. The Riviera also features an extensive wine list, and has live entertainment every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night.