Motorcycle Restaurants in St. Louis

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Whether you live in St. Louis or happen to be driving through around lunch or dinner time, you may want to stop somewhere where you can safely park your bike and grab a bite to eat. Check out this list of some motorcycle-friendly restaurants in St. Louis, MO, from our team at Law Tigers—America’s favorite motorcycle lawyers.

Tucker’s Place (3 Locations)

This local steakhouse chain has three locations: one on Union Road, one on 12th Street, and one in Manchester. The location on 12th Street offers street parking, with some limited access to nearby parking lots, but it could be a short walk from your bike to the restaurant. The other two locations offer expansive parking lots.

Sauce Magazine, Riverfront Times, Feast Magazine, and more have awarded numerous Reader’s Choice Awards, including Best Steak, Best Potato Skins, Best of St. Louis, and more. Don’t hesitate to order a delicious steak, sandwich, or burger from any of these award-winning locations. Wash it all down with a cold beer or drink from the bar.

Broadway Oyster Bar

Located at the corner of Broadway and Gratiot, Broadway Oyster bar is a New Orleans-themed seafood and Cajun eatery featuring shellfish, shrimp, alligator, wings, and sandwiches. The building is over 170 years old, although recent renovations have added two covered outdoor patios.

Stop by for live music and enjoy a bottled or canned beer, or choose from a selection of local craft brews on tap. Ladies, if you’re riding on the back, enjoy something stronger like a hurricane or a spicy Creole Mary (a spicy New Orleans take on the bloody Mary).

Shady Jack’s Saloon

Although the address places it on North Broadway, you’re probably better off parking in the expansive back parking lot off of Cass Avenue or Dickson Street. Shady Jack’s is hardly shady at all, welcoming all types of people in for a burger, fries, and a cold beer.

Shady Jack’s large back parking lot offers extra space to show off your bike. Watch your new friends show off bike tricks on their rides on a packed Friday or Saturday night.

Bikers Corner

At the corner of Market Street and Vandeventer Avenue, park in the back and come in for hearty portions of burgers, Philly sandwiches, wings, and fried catfish. This Black-owned business specializes in neighborhood favorites served alongside cocktails and cold beers and is the center of the local block parties.

Suwaller’s Bar & Grill

Find all your favorite bar foods and drinks at Suwaller’s, on the corner of Warson and Lacklink. The expansive back lot offers plenty of room for your bike and for large bike events and gatherings. Come out to listen to a live band and hang out with 150 of your closest buddies for the day while you show off your ride and talk shop.

Suwaller’s offers burgers, sandwiches, fries, meatloaf, tacos, and much more. Pair it with an ice-cold bottled beer or specialty cocktail. They’ll even top a Bloody Mary with a slider. Does your riding buddy have four legs? Enjoy lunch with your pal on the patio. 

Call the Law Tigers for Assistance with Your Motorcycle Case

We hope you’ll check out some of these motorcycle restaurants in St. Louis on your next ride through town. Always drink responsibly, and never ride under the influence.

Have you been the victim of a motorcycle accident, hit and run, motorcycle theft, or injury? We’re Law Tigers, a network of attorneys across the country who ride motorcycles and represent riders. Call us today to discuss your case at 1-888-863-7216. We’ll find you a motorcycle lawyer near you anywhere in the USA.