Confirmed: Harley-Davidson Cafe on Las Vegas Strip to Close After 19 Years

As we first reported back in September, the Harley-Davidson Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip will close on Oct. 31, 2016.

The closure was announced on the Harley-Davidson Cafe Facebook page. The message included, “Come on down and let’s enjoy the next couple of weeks till we close.”

If you’ve never visited the Harley-Davidson Cafe, unmistakable due to the giant Sportster motorcycle on its facade, now is the time to heed that advice.

Harley-Davidson Cafe

This may require its own wing if it ends up in the Neon Museum.

The Harley-Davidson Cafe is located at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Harmon Avenue, near the Harmon Corner shopping complex.

While details weren’t provided, insiders inform us the restaurant has struggled recently and is several months behind on its rent.

Talks are presumably already under way with a new tenant, so expect an announcement about a replacement soon. Hint: If you listen to the Vital Vegas podcast, you’ll have a head start in figuring out who’s likely to end up in the Harley-Davidson Cafe space.

3 thoughts on “Confirmed: Harley-Davidson Cafe on Las Vegas Strip to Close After 19 Years

  1. Photoncounter

    With all the shows closing and the general state of the economy right now, is this a good time to put millions into a new restaurant? Yeah, the food at HD wasn’t five star but the place lasted 19 years so other factors, like better places to eat at the Harmon corner (Twin Peaks, food stinks but…) may have had an effect.

  2. Knight702

    Almost 10 months later still no news about the annoucement of a replacement? Or did I miss something?


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