American Chopper star opens motorcycle-themed restaurant and museum in Clearwater

From building unique bikes to opening a unique Orange County Choppers themed restaurant, Paul Teutul Sr. hasn’t lost his love for doing things his way – the personalized way.

The “American Chopper” star is opening a new restaurant this Friday in Clearwater.

“Nothing was planned here … we did it piece by piece,” Teutul explained.

These pieces, including several custom choppers from the TV show, are pretty much everywhere inside the new OCC Roadhouse and Museum.

“I really like that it’s like a last resting place,” Teutul continued. “People will be able to see this and will enjoy it.”

Fans of the “American Chopper” television series will be overwhelmed by the amount of memorabilia collected over the past 20 years. There is also an entire wall dedicated to September 11 and the famous bicycle dedicated to those who lost their lives that day.

“We just felt we had to do something about it and that’s what we did,” Teutul explained. “We built this bike which is known the world over and if you look at the patches everything was given to us.”

It’s all about personal touches. After all, that’s what Orange County Choppers was known for.

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“I am grateful that I had the opportunity to create something like this,” Teutul explained.

The grand opening is Friday and there will be a special bike unveiling on Saturday.


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