Pinellas Park is getting a motorcycle-themed restaurant from ‘American Chopper’ star Paul Teutul Sr.

He’s teamed up with a former president of TradeWinds to make it happen.

click to enlarge Pinellas Park is getting a motorcycle-themed restaurant from ‘American Chopper’ star Paul Teutul Sr.
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Former TradeWinds report president Keith Overton and Paul Teutul Sr., star of “American Chopper” and founder of Orange County Choppers, are partnering on a new restaurant.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal says the new motorcycle-themed restaurant will break ground in Pinellas Park this month and be called OCC Road House and Museum. The location, which hopes to open in May 2021, will serve as an anchor for the brand as it expands across the country (Overton sees location in Dallas and St. John’s River). 

OCC Road House and Museum will be next to Bert’s Barracuda Harley-Davidson dealership located at 10525 49th St. N.. TBBJ—which has the story on how the concept and collab between Overton, who was president at TradeWinds in St. Petersburg for 25 years and Teutul (pictured above) came to be—said the restaurant includes 11,000-square-feet of indoor space, a 4,000-square-foot kitchen with a large smoker and a 25,000-square-foot pet-friendly pavilion for concerts, outdoor dining, a billiards hall. 

A press release says there will be a huge wall covered with patches Teutul collected from members of the military and first responders.

click to enlarge Pinellas Park is getting a motorcycle-themed restaurant from ‘American Chopper’ star Paul Teutul Sr.
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