The Hideaway Grill, Cave Creek AZ
Arizona Bike Week is quickly becoming one of the largest bike rallies in the country. Celebrating its 16th year in March 2012.
Hundreds of thousands of riders trek to the Phoenix area for a week of early season riding and partying before continuing on to CycleFest at WestWorld in Scottsdale.
For many people, the party doesn’t start until they pull into The Hideaway Grill, just outside of Phoenix in Cave Creek, Arizona. Mark Bradshaw opened The Hideaway Grill back in 1998. He wanted a place where bikers could get out of the city, get some wind in their faces and relax with some great food and a frosty beverage. For 13 plus years, The Hideaway has continued to attract more and more of the Arizona Bike Week crowd…. and become quite possible the perfect biker bar!
Hideaway Grill features a daily Happy Hour from 2 til 6pm, with free food and discounted drinks. Every day of the week is special, from Taco Tuesdays with 75 cent tacos to Blue Collar Night, with cheap PBRs and well drinks.
Bike Night is pretty much every night, but the official “Double Down” Bike Night is Friday, when you can make your drink a double for an extra 2 bucks. The staff is friendly, attentive and hard-working
The menu at The Hideaway ranges from chicken wings and cheese sticks to salads, burgers, hot dogs and pizza. They recently added a breakfast menu and now open at 6 AM for those who want to get in a full day of riding!
If you’re planning to attend Arizona Bike Week and Cyclefest, make sure you pay a visit to The Hideaway. Say Hi to Mark, get a picture with one of the bartenders, and grab a Quickie before an awesome day of riding (it’s a breakfast dish). Don’t forget to tell them that Jeff from Bars4Bikers.com sent you!
Click links below for:
Arizona Bike Week Rally News
Early Rally in Phoenix
March 23 – 27, 2012
Cyclefest at WestWorld
March 28 – April 1, 2012
To find more biker-friendly bars & saloons, visit Bars4Bikers.com. Bars4bikers brings together biker friendly bars, pubs and saloons from all over the world. Bars4bikers.com reminds you to drink responsibly, and don’t drink and ride.