I will always remember the place as being the hotspot for bikers. If you were a real deal, honest-to-goodness die-hard biker, the odds of finding you here would be pretty big. Outside on the parking lot- a bunch of motorcycles, inside- tattoos, rock music and beer, spilling down people’s throats.
The place immediately became popular and not just among the two wheel crowd. No matter when you show up during the night, the bar would be full, crowded and loud. Its interior closely resembles an old American western saloon, the crowd is gathered around the long paneled bar, wooden chairs and tables, swinging door at the entrance and people enjoying their drinks. Another common thing comes to my mind. I once read that saloons in the West were open 24/7 and never closed. Our saloon has the policy of being open as long as customers wish to stay.
It is certainly an entertainment destination. The combination of nicely-prepared cocktails and rock music certainly promises a good night out. Try the margaritas with some nachos. There is a chance you’ll run into an old friend you have not seen in ages. There is also a chance you meet someone new. And when all others will turn the lights off, you can be sure the party has just started in Saloon.