Dining at River Hills Mall

Image of salmon sashimi, a pink cocktail, and red salsa with Share, Sip, Dip written in white text
Image of salmon sashimi, a pink cocktail, and red salsa with Share, Sip, Dip written in white text

Take a Break at River Hills Mall

Whether it's an afternoon snack, a hot cup of coffee or a relaxing meal with friends or family, take a break to recharge, refuel and indulge in a variety of dining options.

Full Service Restaurants

Olive Garden logo
Level 1, near Outparcel
We're all family here. Enjoy a fresh, delicious meal every time.

Quick Service Restaurants

Berry Blendz
Level 1, in the Food Court
Now Open
A & W All American Food logo
Level 1, near JCPenney

Offering fresh, never frozen beef, all white meat hand breaded chicken tenders, and fresh root beer made daily in the restaurant. 

SUBWAY logo
Level 1, in the Food Court
Today, the SUBWAY® brand is the world's largest submarine sandwich chain with more than 37,000 locations around the world. We've become the leading choice for people seeking quick, nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy.

Snacks & Drinks

Wetzel's Pretzels logo
Level 1, near Target
It takes a twisted mind to bake a soft, chewy pretzel with ingredients like sun-dried tomato and pesto or ham and cheese. But then again, Wetzel’s is a company filled with unconventional thinkers. Which is why people all over the world go through their day craving crazy concoctions like Jalapeño Cheese Dogs, Frozen Wild Cherry Lemonade and Sinful Cinnamon Pretzels.
Caribou Coffee logo
Level 1, near JCPenney

Whether you buy fresh, craft-roasted beans to brew at home, or a steaming cup that we’ve prepared, you’re receiving our labor of love: our passion for amazing coffee.

At Caribou, we treat our beans right, from start to finish — from selecting the best green beans, to creating blends, roasting, keeping beans fresh, and brewing. At every point in the process, we accept only the highest-quality beans and employ the highest standards, no matter the cost. Lesser brands seek out the least-expensive beans and processing methods. The result of that decision you can guess for yourself.