Here are our spring hours.
Memorial Day Weekend Sunday 4-7
Full summer hours begin in June. Watch for special hours as we have numerous events going on in May and June including 5 area mountain bike events.
Mount Borah Epic and Cheq 100 coming soon.
Great races coming soon. Hope to see all of you for a delicious stone oven pizza and possibly a fermented beverage. mountain bike events
Molly and The Danger Band
Our friends and superstar entertainers http://www.thedangerband.com/ will be back at The Rivers Eatery on Saturday May 23rd at 6:30ish. Bring in the friends and family, we'll make room! Don't forget to buy your tickets to see Molly perform at The Big Top Chautauqua. http://www.bigtop.org/
Hungry Bear 100
Thanks to the 150 or so riders that rode the inaugural Hungry Bear 100 and swung buy for a beer and a pizza. It appeared to be a huge success. We will see to it that the trails in your hometowns get the same loyal support you have given us. See you next year!
The Patio is Open
Need some space to unwind after the long drive or a day indoors with the rellies? We have outdoor seating for 60 and Bocce Ball and Tether Ball to entertain the troops. Our patio is pet friendly.
Cycling Season is here
Mountain Biking. If all goes according to plan the Ojibwe Mountain Bike trail out of Cable should open May 1. Trails in Bayfield County are scheduled to open first so the Ojibwe could be the first CAMBA ride of the year. With all of the hoopla over the new trails it may have been a while since you have ridden the Ojibwe. Start at the North End trail head and follow the newly built bench cut ascent heading south. This is a beautiful trail that combines some of the new machine cut berms with old school singletrack. You'll see few people and get a chance to brush up on your biking skills with lots of ups and downs through a variety of forest types.
Cycling Events. Cable is home to 5 spring cycling events, most of which start, finish or celebrate at The Rivers Eatery.
Road Cycling. Northwestern Wi is fortunate to have excellent roads with modest traffic. Bayfield County for example has only 15,000 people in 2000 square miles and no stoplights. On the weekends things pick up so ride properly. Riverbrook and New Moon bike shops have weekly rides and all the gear you may need.
Rivers Eatery in the Media
Chicago Tribune on Birkie, Cable and Rivers Eatery
Here is an accurate appraisal of the Rivers Experience.
Discover Wisconsin visits The Rivers Eatery
Emmy Fink and crew make their own Spirit Creek Pizza with local BB sauce, local organic sauerkraut, organic pork and of course WI cheese.
Mountain Bike Action Magazine visits Cable
John Ker, hall of fame photographer, rides the green tunnel with the Rivers Eatery Crew.
Rivers Eatery listed as a Top 10 Adventure Bar
Annie Hart's Rivers Eatery Birkie Blog
Annie is a world class skier, gifted writer, great friend and a former Rivers employee.
Thanks for a great Fat Bike Birkie week!
Thanks to the hundreds of racers and supporters that found their way to the Rivers Eatery for the Fat Bike Birkie. We hope you enjoyed the experience. It was a pleasure serving you. See you next year... or maybe at the Fat Bike Birkie, The Mt. Borah Epic, The Hungry Bear 100, The Cheq 100, The Cable Classic or the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival - all in the forest surrounding the lovely village of Cable WI.
We opened The Ideal Market and The Rivers Eatery on June 18, 2008.