Winter Hours Mon. thru Wed, Open 4pm to late nite Thur. Open 11am to late nite Fri. Open 11am to late nite Sat Sun Open 11am to late nite These hours may change due to any sporting event. If there is a ball involved
I didn't go inside because there is a five dollar cover charge. I have never been to a restaurant in which I needed to pay a cover charge. So my two friends and I pay $15 dollars to get in, food and drinks and then we have to tip. We walked down and headed down to a pub in the area and we ate, watched the game and the waitress could not have been nicer.
A mammoth sports-viewing complex in the East Bay.. In Short Located just a couple of blocks away from the Bay Fair BART station, Ricky's has been one of the Bay Area's premier sports bars since it opened in 1946. Seventy-five TVs, including five giant screens, are spread throughout the many rooms--including the bathroom. A full range of drafts and liquors are available, as is a large menu featuring dishes named after local sports personalities.
Best sportsbar in the East Bay.
The owner's name is Ricky Ricardo, (no seriously that's his real name) has a great sportsbar with TVs everywhere you look. I can find my Seattle games anytime. It's defintely a Raiders bar, but Rickys has a "no knuckleheads" policy that makes sure that everyone keeps it fun. Huge nachos here too!
Great place to watch sports and grab a burger!.
I've gone to this place many times. Every now and then a Raider player or coach will stop on by and mingle with fans. Great place to watch games, be it football or basketball. I recommend you grab a plate of wings, order the Raider or Packer Burger and watch some football. Cant wait to go back to Rickey's!
Heaven for sports fans.
This is the palce if you want to catch any kind of game on the satellite. And, unlike most places, the bartenders will take the time to find the game you're interested in. Food is OK and there's plenty of beer. Be prepared, though, for a steep cover charge on NFL Sundays.