‘Orange County Choppers’ star Paul Teutul Sr. will meet fans at his new Pinellas Park restaurant

The event happens in August.

click to enlarge OCC Road House & Museum in Pinellas Park, Florida hosts Paul Teutul Sr. on Aug. 9, 2021. - orangecountychoppers/Facebook
OCC Road House & Museum in Pinellas Park, Florida hosts Paul Teutul Sr. on Aug. 9, 2021.

Reality TV star and Orange County Choppers head honcho Paul Teutul Sr. will be at the franchise’s newly opened OCC Road House & Museum in Pinellas Park on Monday, Aug. 9 to meet fans, take pictures, sign autographs and maybe give mustache advice, if you're lucky. Teutel Sr. starred in the Discovery Channel’s “American Chopper” before getting the Orange County spinoff—which takes place in New York, not Orlando (or California for that matter).

The free event takes place from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. in a private dining room inside the new restaurant, museum and entertainment venue. The roadhouse—a joint venture between Teutul Sr. and local hospitality giant Keith Overton—opened in June.

To clear up confusion, in a phone call Overton told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that while the mailing address—10575 49th St N—is technically in Clearwater, the new spot is in Pinellas Park.

The 11,000-square-foot space also has a billiards hall, shuffleboard tables, floor games, steel darts, ringer games, foosball, and an expansive menu featuring burgers, pizzas, and barbeque. 

For more information, go to the event page.

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