We stopped in here for a quick drink and to visit the museum which really was only a bar with some lit up motorcycles uspstairs which you weren't allowed to go up to see.
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Stopped in here for dinner on my birthday with my family last week! Most of us ordered chicken tenders with some kind of sauce on them (recommended by my sister who has had them before). All of our chicken came out as wings with bones...More
Food is great, awesome atmosphere awesome hosts. Lots of events and avalability for camp site rentals for Bike Week. Lots of Bike week events and open year round
Gross food! Nachos were undercooked and fries were raw. Barely ate my nachos and still had to pay 50%! Then the waitress lost our bill and wrote the amount and circled. Honestly don't know I paid for! I won't be back. Hope they go out...More
We stopped in for a quick lunch during a day of tourist type stuff and had a great experience. The workers were all very friendly and the burgers and sandwiches we had really hit the spot. We had a couple drinks, played some cornhole and...More
Place looked interesting and I had heard it was a fun place. A friend and I were out riding our motorbikes on a beautiful sunny day (Sept 4th to be exact) and drove by the Broken Spoke, on the return that afternoon we stopped in...More
We stopped in with a few friends. It was ok. The food and drink prices are crazy, and the food isn't that great. I think labeled a biker bar gets it all it's attention. Definitely won't eat there if I go again.
The "Spoke" is a legendary bar and it is worth the stop if only for the right to say you have been there. If you go during bike week, you will have a blast.