Que Rico, an LGBTQ+ restaurant & bar // Oakland
Que Rico, an LGBTQ+ nightclub that caters to Latinx patrons.
Join us for cocktails @quericonightclub now open daily, see schedule below, at 4pm Tuesday- Sunday. #lgbtq🌈
“Que Rico” will seat patrons on its huge outdoor patio on 15th Street, a sweeping space illuminated by sparkling rainbow lights. Keeping service outdoors “is the best way to keep our community safe.
Tuesdays 4pm – 11pm
Taco Tuesday – Cena Show 2 Shows.
Reserve your Table
Wednesday 4pm – 11pm
April 4th – Happy Hour with Kamar kick off.
Fridays 4 pm – 12 am – Starting April 16th
– Selena Tribute Dinner Show
Saturdays 4 pm – 12 am – Vaquero Dinner Show
There’s also a full bar, with a cocktail menu that Carrillo says is “still evolving.” The drink he’s proudest of, so far, is the Valentino: Ketel One vodka, 7 Up and cranberry juice, garnished with two cherries and a lime. “I know it sounds sweet,” Carrillo said, laughing, “but everyone loves it. It’s fun, and what people need right now.”
Carrillo’s sense of fun extends to that long-planned drag brunch, which he hopes to get up and running at Que Rico as soon as he can. Eventually, he’s planning on Saturday and Sunday shows in the outdoor dining area, with bottomless mimosas where patrons pick their own juice. Other future plans include an after-work happy hour, once downtown office workers return, and a “really big taco Tuesday,” Carrillo said. Friday and Saturday nights will have a “queer and Latin” theme, and the bar’s other nights will be “really, really diverse.”
Ultimately, Carrillo said, his plan is to make Que Rico a one-stop shop for the East Bay’s LGBTQ+ residents. “We need to keep our LGBTQ community local,” Carrillo said, “instead of having to travel to SF.”
We are working hard to get staff in place to give you the best experience and will be opening slowly and adding more hours and days as soon as we can.