Happy Hour at Mile 277 Tap & Grill: Plenty of Snacking on Route 66
The Verdict: The term "biker bar" insinuates that visitors might face a somewhat intimidating environment full of weathered bikers from the road, but despite its previous references as a potential breastaurant, we found Mile 277 to be immaculately clean and spacious for everyday clientele. Different areas of the restaurant seem to cater to different crowd's moods, from the dimly lit bar to more family-friendly sections of tables and booths.
With an impressively expansive happy-hour time range, snack early and snack often. The one thing we'd steer clear from, however, is the baja-chipotle chicken wings. We're not sure what was in that sauce, but the strangely spiced ketchupy consistency was definitely the downside of our snacking trifecta. All the typical appetizer options could likely take its place, however. Choose from standards including fried mushrooms, pub pretzels, onion rings and more.
If classic rock, a taste of county culture and satisfactory appetizers sound like a good time to you, then by all means, rev up your happy-hour engines and let the good times roll.
On Watson Road.
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