How much does it cost to cater Cafe Rio?
Café Rio Catering Reviews
The price range of their packages starts from $10.49 per person. The price could go up to about $11.49 per person for an added serving or grilled services options. The specialty drink option starts at about $14.95 per gallon.
How much does Cafe Rio cost?
Cafe Rio PricesFoodPriceShredded Chicken Burrito$8.09Chile Roasted Beef Burrito$8.09Pork Barbacoa Burrito$8.09Fire Grilled Chicken Burrito$9.09
How much is on my Cafe Rio Giftcard?
You can visit caferio.com/gift-cards. Scroll down on the page to the Check Your Balance section on the right-hand side. You will then enter your card number, PIN and verify you’re not a robot.
What should I buy at Cafe Rio?
Only The Best, Served To You Fresh
- Chips & Salsa.
- Chips, Salsa & Queso.
What type of food is Cafe Rio?
Cafe Rio Mexican Grill
Does Cafe Rio serve beer?
As a small, high-volume business, we do not currently offer alcoholic beverages for sale.
Does Cafe Rio give birthday rewards?
Cafe Rio Mexican Grill will give you an instant $5 free credit to download the My Cafe Rio Rewards App and create a free account. You’ll also get a $5 free credit for your birthday and earn rewards points on all of your purchases at Cafe Rio restaurants.30 мая 2019 г.
Does Cafe Rio have e gift cards?
Cafe Rio now has e-gift cards that you can order online HERE. You can choose to have the e-gift card delivered to your email or someone else’s email.
Do Cafe Rio gift cards expire?
No, the cards do not expire and there is no inactivity fee for unused balances.
How do you order healthy at Cafe Rio?
Cafe Rio/Bajios/Costa Vida: Order a salad w/no tortilla, rice, or beans. Get the meat, lettuce, as much pico as you want, guacamole, and if you MUST have the dressing get it on the side, and only dip your fork. The dressing has a TON of fat and calories in it.23 мая 2014 г.
What is a Cafe Rio tostada?
Tostada. So fresh you might inhale it. But please, don’t forget to breathe. A corn tortilla topped with your choice of meat, cilantro lime rice, black or pinto beans, fresh cut romaine lettuce, Pico de Gallo, crispy tortilla strips, cilantro, sour cream, and cotija cheese.