Rio Bravo

6450 Powers Ferry Rd
Atlanta, GA 30339


  • Fine, but not as tasty as the originals...
  • Brisket tacos, salsa, just about everything!
  • Guacamole was yummy The service was great as well.
  • The house margaritas are great! The food is really good, try the steak fajitas!
  • The local Tex-Mex favorite came back to life when its Sandy Springs restaurant opened last year. Rio Bravo's street tacos aren't the most authentic version of the form, but they're certainly tasty.
  • Margs are decently strong. The skinny margarita just means that its made with real lime juice.
  • Skirt steak was surprisingly good.
  • The Cancun Shrimp is really good. It surprised me. I wasn't expecting to find a menu item that I would come back and want. I just assumed I would like it and move on. But that wasn't the case.
  • Fajitas and ranchero beans
  • Chips Chimichanga
  • The service was awesome. I sat at the bar and was greeted right away. Ordered the chicken Chimichanga. Delicious and very big! I'll be back.
  • 3 times in a row service sucks
  • Went here all the time growing up, but the food today is very sub par. Their guacamole probably came out of a can - it was a gross blob and not fresh at all. The mariachi band is still there though...
  • Chili cheese dip. House salad is big and $3.
  • Food quality is below par. The ambience was great but the service has a need for improvement. The seatings were too close for comfort.
  • The food and service were great, but our car got broken into in the parking lot. Ended up being a pretty expensive dinner....
  • Need to work on customer service. Ray needs to come visit
  • One of my favorite parts of growing up in Atlanta returns!! Welcome back, Rio Bravo!! You are just as amazing as you were in the 90's.
  • The original is back, great food, good atmosphere. The steak fajitas are the best in Atlanta and you must get the queso.

Nearby places

2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy (at Akers Mill Rd.)