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Rivals On Five restaurant now open in the Lilburn-Stone Mountain area!

The Rivals sign on the upstairs patio
The Rivals sign on the upstairs patio
 Rivals On Five is now serving Lilburn and Stone Mountain's finest gastro pub menu in a great, family-friendly atmosphere. With a large craft beer selection (over 60), 20 taps, and specialty cocktails, it's the perfect place to go after the game, or to watch your favorite game on 10 high-def TV's. There will also be patio seating (upstairs and downstairs) when the weather warms up.  
Chef Jon Allen, a 1991 Parkview High School graduate who also graduated at the top of his class at Le Cordon Bleu, brings over 20 years of experience, a great staff, and an incredible food menu to his hometown.  
What's your rivalry?  Parkview-Brookwood?  Georgia-Auburn?  Cowboys-Redskins?  Whatever it is, come and celebrate it in your new neighborhood hangout (or call for takeout). Go to www.rivalsonfive.com to learn more and check out the menu.  Game On!
Rivals On Five: 1227 Rockbridge Road, Ste. 114.  Stone Mountain 30087.  (770) 921-5555.  Open Mon-Thurs 5pm-11pm (opening Tues thru Thurs at 11am for lunch on 1/27), Fri 11am-Mid, Sat 11am-1am, Sun 12:30pm-Mid).  
Lilburn Community Partnership January 24, 2014 at 09:46 AM
Their menu looks great. It's a great addition to our Lilburn eateries.
Lilburn resident January 25, 2014 at 05:14 PM
I give our new addition to the neighborhood a C- The place is only a mile from my neighborhood, so we were very excited to try it out. The place has a great bar, great place to watch sports. I was very pleased to see Uno, Malbec, my favorite wine, but over priced on menu. We decided to get the nachos as an appetizer. TERRIBLE...suppose to be homemade chips with a little cheese and chopped frozen chicken. The dinner went from terrible to WHAT....I ordered a mixed green salad and that was at it was 7.95 of only lettuce NOTHING else...literally...husband had the blue plate special pork tenderloin...good flavor....but over priced too 18.95 for 2 medallions, little spinach and mashed potatoes that had grilled onions weird consistency to them....the grit fritters were good, but no dipping sauce, so I used my ranch....I'll give it another chance since they have only been open a week, but over all VERY over priced low quality food!
gail williams January 30, 2014 at 04:43 PM
Its a very nice place but it is over priced. We had a shrimp poboy that only had 6 shrimp on a huge hogie bun. Where I am from you get 12-15 shrimp. Its loaded with shrimp. The lemon pepper wings were good. We love the customer service it was awesome just the food is over priced. Its only 3 mins from our house so I hope they re-evaluate their menu prices we would love to go back to eat and drink

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