“Get your motor running, head out on the highway”. There’s nothing like riding a motorcycle in South Florida. You become part of ‘club’ that only you and those who ride can understand. When you’re cruising and looking for a place to stop for a beer and a bite, you want a place to go where you can ‘talk the talk’ and ‘walk the walk’ with other bikers. Don’t know where to go – then check out these popular biker bars.

(Source: Scully's Tavern.com)

Scully’s Tavern

9809 SW 72nd St
Miami, FL 33173
(305) 271-7404

If you’re looking for the classic leather clad biker bar where riders take serious pride in their ‘hogs’ then you need to check out Scully’s Tavern. Wooden bars and tables go just right with the dark green walls, neon beer signs and pool tables. So how’s the food? Just ask Food Network host Guy Fieri who did a segment on it for his “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” show.

(Source: Alabama Jack's)

Alabama Jack’s

58000 Card Sound Rd
Key Largo, FL 33037
(305) 248-8741

Let’s face it, Key Largo’s Alabama Jacks is legendary. A biker bar for true bikers with some of the best conch and grouper dishes in the Keys. In fact, you won’t find better conch chowder or conch fritters anywhere else. This family owned spot has kind of a laid back Key’s honky tonk feel about it with country bands on the weekend.

Flossie’s Bar & Grill

3985 Ravenswood Rd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
(954) 583-9656

Broward bikers love Flossie’s for cold draft beer, friendly bartenders and appealing bar grub. On Sunday a live band rocks the house, but if it gets to loud head out onto the patio. The crowd is mixed and old jeans are dress code of the day. Since 1975 Flossie’s has been a favorite stop for locals and out-of-town visitors alike.

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