For anyone that’s pedaled the new route, you might already know about Little Woodrow’s Midtown located at the corner of Hadley and Bagby. This bar has a huge recently expanded outside patio area and friendly bar staff. Many of our guests like to gather up their party here for a quick drink before meeting up with their driver. One thing to note, if you do visit this bar prior to a party, leave your beer and wine in your car while you’re in the bar. Your 16-passenger bike will be by soon, and Little Woodrow’s has a nice selection of beers on tap.
Another popular place to sit and relax is Komodo’s Pub located at Baldwin and Pierce. This converted house has a full bar just inside the front door and jukebox to play all your barroom favorites. A collection of couches are distributed throughout the rest of the house for people to kick back and chat with friends. More of an outdoor person? Komodo’s also has a wraparound porch where you can sit in high-backed wicked chairs and people watch while you sip on your selected beverage.
Worried about getting hungry while you pedal? Check out Pub Fiction on the corner of Smith and Hadley for their awesome menu. Big burgers, scintillating salads, and skillet cookies are just a few of their great options. (We highly recommend the Pulled Pork Tacos by the way.) For those in the group still on the liquid diet, look to the specialty drinks menu for such yummy treats as a Barcardi Fiction or a Rootini.
Want to know about our other stops? Check out our route map for a full list of bars and restaurants we visit on the Pedal Party. And for those lucky few that have already pedaled around Midtown, don’t forget to try out our Washington Avenue route. We’d love to show you our favorite bars on that route as well.