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The Scoop: Mile 277 will be “Route 66 meets biker”

December 23rd 04:12pm, 2010

122310_mile277If you have fond memories of dancing the night away at prom or a wedding reception at the Holiday Inn on Watson at Lindbergh, get ready for some brand new experiences at 10709 Watson Road. This time, though, you’ll want to swap fancy clothes for some biker gear, because Mile 277 is all about the bike.

The themed restaurant and nightspot, which Kevin Pyles of MOTO Marketing Group describes as “Route 66 meets biker,” will focus on motorcycles, music and roadhouse fixin’s. The name Mile 277 hails from I-44’s exit 277, the highway exit nearest to the venue. Pyles added that the Mile 277 investment group is working on franchising throughout the U.S., especially on Route 66. “Whatever the mile marker is, that will be the name,” said Pyles.

Along with live entertainment and special events, Mile 277 will serve classic roadhouse fare from a menu created by Ted Geiger and Chris LaRocca, who have collectively, according to the Mile 277 Facebook page, opened more than 100 restaurants and bars. Among them, Chevy’s, Crazy Fish, J. Bucks, Baxter’s Lakeside Grille at the Lake of the Ozarks, and Triumph Grill and Kota Grill in Midtown. Among the dishes mentioned on the Facebook page are a sweet and sour chicken salad with ginger-sesame dressing, a steak chili and the Fat Boy Beef Brisket with pepper Jack cheese, barbecue sauce and grilled onions on Texas toast.

Take the off-ramp at Mile 277 this Spring.

By Ligaya Figueras

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3 Responses to “The Scoop: Mile 277 will be “Route 66 meets biker””

  1. U-TURN RIDERS Says:
    December 29th, 2010 at 11:48 am

    when do you think 277 will open.

  2. Kevin Pyles Says:
    December 29th, 2010 at 8:28 pm

    Sometime in March 2011.

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