More Popular Biker Bars in California

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Last week we talked about the most popular biker bars in California, and because there are so many with such a rich history, I decided to stay in the Golden State and check out some more awesome biker bars in California to add to our list of must do trips on our Road King.

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The Hideout Saloon and Steakhouse is located just off Highway 76 in Santa Ysabel, California. Claiming to be San Diego counties finest backcountry bar, the Hideout Saloon and Steakhouse is perfect if you are on the hunt for the best biker bars in California. With regularly scheduled poker runs and other biking events, this great hangout is what makes it on to our list of the most popular biker bars in California, that and the food of course. The menu you is loaded with hungry diner favorites like the massive ½ pound Angus burger or the BBQ Pulled Pork sandwich. The chili sounds amazing, and will definitely be on my list of must haves when Jim and I start sampling the most popular biker bars in California.

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Bakersfield has a rich history and that is certainly the case when it comes to biker bars in California. Ethel’s Old Corral is located on Alfred Harrel Highway in Bakersfield and caters to both bikers and cowboys. With plenty of parking for motorcycles in the front, and horses in the back, Ethel’s Old Corral has something for everyone including, “No bra Sundays,” with live music from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. One of the greatest biker bars in California also has a good-sized menu with all kinds of down home favorites including infamous buffalo burgers, jalapeno bottle caps the, “Huckleberry Special,” and much more.

PJ’s Roadhouse is located up north in my neck of the woods and calls Mother Lode Drive in Placerville home. With great live music that focuses on blues and classic rock along with excellent drink specials and awesome bar food, it is on our best biker bars in California bucket list.

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The California Club is located in my hometown and is actually owned by a friend of mine who I went to school with. Situated in old town Auburn on Lincoln Way, the California Club has a full bar, an outdoor patio, two pool tables, and live music. Featured in John Travolta’s film, Phenomenon, the California Club is a classic example of good old-fashioned biker bars in California.

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Santa Barbara is a great place to take a ride especially if you stop at the Cold Spring Tavern on Highway 54. The Cold Spring Tavern has been around since 1865, and although it is known for romance, is also a great place to stop for a meal and a drink if you are looking for good biker bars in California.