58 Bar & Grill
8825 Washington Blvd, Pico Rivera, CA 90660
: (562) 942-0466
58 Bar and Grill is a place you can do it all. We have a lunch buffet 7 days a week. We also carry a wide variety of food which includes delicious Mexican food as well as your burgers, wings and salads. We count with 10 flat screen tvs and a projector screen to watch all your sporting games. In the late evening we have live rock bands, karaoke, and the best DJs spinning the best music. If you are looking for a place to have your next special event, you can also count with us. We have two banq
Cuisines: Caterers, Latin American, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Price Range : Average
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I dont understand why these club/bar owners do everything they can to rip people off every way they can.
First of all they take up all the parking lot that belongs to the day business's and charge . They have security walking around the parking lots near by making sure you dont park for free.
Seconcd, is there bar menus. They advertise a couple commonly ordered drinks that are priced cheap but be aware that they do not add the correct amount of liquor. (I have taken bartending courses)
Third, they water down there alcohol which is one of the worst things a bar can do. I order whiskey straight on the rocks and sometimes neat so I can really tell the difference.
Lastly, not too many girls looked like 6:1 ratio of men vs. girls. Girls are kindnof easy compared to other places so I guess is why the place is still open. Dont plan to go again good luck.
Fui el Jueves a este lugar y no me dejaron entrar porque no estacione alli, un amigo nos fue a dejar y pasaria por nosotros mas tarde. Pero los de seguridad dijeron q para entrar hay que pagar valet tambien. PUEDEN CREERLO !! Son unos rateros !! Que les pasa ?? Como un lugar tan corriente se les ocurre decir eso !!! Wooaaooo !!
This bar is in no way a dive. It's clean, well lit and fairly large with booths, tables and a decent sized dance floor and small stage. It's also a sports bar of sorts with loads of TVs and team posters. Drink prices are average. But it's attached to a nightclub called El Rodeo.
These two spots attract entirely different crowds. So on a Friday night the bar played mostly new hip hop with some electronic 4-beat stuff and a little dash of 80s hi-energy. The club next door plays spanish language music. So on a weekend you end up with a crowd in their 20-30's that are a mix of cowboys from the club next door, locals, sports fans, rockers, etc. Then you end up with the dance floor crowd changing almost entirely as often as the music style changes.