Biker Bars In Louisiana

There are some good bars in Louisiana that welcome bikers.

Finding a good place to stop for food and drink on the road makes traveling a more enjoyable experience for everyone. If you are a biker, though, not all places are welcoming. When biking in Louisiana, you’ll find a number of bars that cater to two wheel riders. Some of them are real shining stars.

Bad Bob’s Saloon

Bad Bob’s Saloon brands itself with a logo resembling the Harley Davidson shield. If that doesn’t give away that it’s a biker bar, their myspace site listing the bar as “biker owned and operated” will. Bad Bob’s Saloon features live music on Saturdays and a menu emphasizing burgers. They have a large bar where the bands play, a patio in front and a beer bar in the back.

Bad Bob’s Saloon

24390 Highway 190 East

Robert, LA 70455


Coyotes Bar and Grill

While the name may not sound biker, the myspace site name for Coyotes Bar and Grill is “coyotesbikerbar,” so the leaning is obvious. Coyotes features live music, generally on Saturdays, and an open jam occupies the stage on Fridays. Thursdays are steak nights: you can get a rib eye for $10.50.

Coyotes Bar & Grill

1618 Market St

Shreveport, LA 71101


Molly’s Lamplighter Lounge

On its myspace page, Molly’s Lamplighter Lounge is described as the “friendliest biker bar in the Lake Charles Area.” Molly’s features bike night every Thursday, and that includes free food and music. Molly’s sponsors bike runs at various times during the year, as well.

Molly’s Lamplighter Lounge

1906 N Martin Luther King Hwy

Lake Charles, LA 70615


Southside Cafe

Located in Slidell, Southside Cafe features bike night every Wednesday. Steak night is every Thursday and Saturday. They describe their cuisine as “New Orleans style neighborhood food,” and the menu includes such Louisiana favorites as crawfish balls, fried oyster remoulade and seafood gumbo. They also serve pub foods like burgers and sandwiches.

Southside Cafe

3154 Pontchartrain Drive

Slidell, LA 70458