Riverside was a well known Speak-Easy during prohibition;, complete w/slots, boot-leg whiskey and dancing. Riverside Inn is now an 800 seat restaurant well know for fine dining. Valued for its great menu it retains the luscious original signature fried chicken that was *the* primary menu back in the beginning. Sadly, in spite of an excellet menu, I can't ever seem to get beyond the delicious Fried Chicken. Always leave room for one of their home made Ice Creams, you won't ever find better. They also provide great banquet facilities. You won't be sorry you decided to use Riverside Inn. Occasionally the Findley River claims Riverside Inn as part of the River :-) The staff are extremely good at prepping for the invasion and cleaning up in record time afterwards.
Posted: 7/07/2008 • Link to this review