The Low Down
Save Money: On Tuesdays, most beers--domestic and import, draft and bottled--are just $2.50
Where to Sit: The rooftop deck is a great place to hang out--but don't expect quiet, as trucks frequently rumble by on Ogden Avenue.
Know Before You Go: Though the Spoke gets rowdy in the evenings, it hosts a family-friendly crowd at weekend brunch and lunch.
The Extras: Saturdays at midnight, it's "Smut 'n Eggs," featuring the breakfast menu and bad '70s porn.
Where to Sit: The rooftop deck is a great place to hang out, but don't expect quiet, as trucks frequently rumble by on Ogden Avenue.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This quasi-biker's hangout is rather rough around the edges (and intentionally so), but its hamburgers are among the best in the city. Juicy, big and tasty, they're best washed down with a meal-in-itself Road Rash Mary, a condiment-loadedâ¦
Not Just for Bikers
By Laura B at Insider Pages
From the outside this place looks like an intimidating biker bar, but is much more comfortable on the inside. The food is terrific and their beer ... Read More
By Ben P at Insider Pages
Really awesome location and decor. Good drinks and beer list, excellent food. Staff looks tough but are very attentive. I recommend the burgers ... Read More
Good brunch place
By Meredith P at Insider Pages
My sister-in-law took us to the Twisted Spoke for brunch when we were visiting her in the city. The food was really good. I had the fried egg san... Read More
By Deanna R at Insider Pages
Used to go to the one on Clark, but it's closed. This place is usually a good time. Good liquor selection and really good bar food. Try the BBQ po... Read More
Good tap selection and unique spin on bar food
By Brian K. at Judy's Book
Although the Twisted Spoke first comes off as a biker bar (hence the name), the impressive tap and whiskey selection combined with a slightly gourm... Read More