New motorcycle bar will open in downtown Orlando at the end of May

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At long last, the owners of Ace Cafe, a 35,000-square-foot motorcycle mecca, have an opening date for their new downtown Orlando location.

On Friday, May 19, at 7 a.m., Ace Cafe Orlando, the London-based rock-n-roll bike shop, will be offering guests a "cuppa coffee" and a first look at their new location at 100 W. Livingston St.



The motorcycle complex at the corner of Garland and Livingston will contain a gift shop, a motorcycle dealership, a restaurant and most importantly a bar.

Opening weekend festivities are scheduled to run through Sunday, May 21, and include a BMW R nineT raffle, lunches, live music from Jason D. Williams and others, live painting from three world-renowned artists, and, of course, morning motorcycle rides with your fellow bike brothers and sisters.



Check out the full schedule of free events and come help welcome this British Invasion into Orlando later this month when they open.
PHOTO VIA ACE CAFE/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Ace Cafe/Facebook

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