The Harley-Davidson Cafe offers a motorcycle-themed menu created by New York/Las Vegas restaurateur, Marc Packer, also is one of the owners of TAO Asian Bistro, TAO Beach and TAO Nightclub in the Venetian Hotel, LAVO in the Palazzo Hotel, Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, and TAO, LAVO, Avenue, Rue 57, Avra and Marquee in New York City.
There is plenty of memorabilia and sights to see: The entire Café is decorated in Harley-Davidson memorabilia. A 28 foot high, 15,000 pound H-D Heritage Softail, built at a cost of $500,000, bursts through the facade of the HDC. More than 15 custom motorcycles are on display throughout the café, including bikes from Billy Joel, Elvis and Ann-Margaret. A replica of the “Captain America” bike, seen in the movie, Easy Rider, is available for souvenir pictures. Seven classic H-D motorcycles are displayed from a conveyor belt that winds through every area of the café. A map of the historic Route 66 is located above the bar on the main level.
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