The Ace Cafe Is Now In North America

From London to Orlando, the Ace Cafe is now in North America

The newest location of the Ace Cafe rests on three acres and features all manner of moto-related entertainment and retail.Photo: Ace Cafe

The Ace Cafe in London has had a history with motorcycles, specifically the café racer, since 1938 and now that iconic destination has crossed the pond with a new location that has just opened in Orlando, Florida. This is the first North American location that boasts moto-centric dining, entertainment, and retail and is much larger than its London namesake. There will be a full-service restaurant, bars, live entertainment, stages, retail stores including Rockers Speed Shop and the Dainese D-Store, and even a BMW motorcycle dealership. An EagleRider motorcycle rental company will also be part of the Ace Cafe as well as the Stonebridge Motor Gallery which will sell original rock 'n roll-inspired artwork, photography, sculptures, and memorabilia as well as collectable vintage and rare, one-off custom motorcycles.

The opening of the Ace Cafe in Orlando will reinvigorate a key parcel in downtown Orlando known as "Ace Corner" and expects to draw more than 400,000 people annually. Will you be one of those people?Photo: Ace Cafe

“The City of Orlando is committed to providing residents and our 68 million visitors with a diverse array of entertainment and dining options,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “Ace Cafe is a welcomed addition to Downtown Orlando, adding to the vibrancy and quality of life in the area, and will help to generate increased visitation and economic benefits to the area with its festivals and events.”

“We have built a special place for everyone, from Petrolheads and enthusiasts, to the after-hours work crowd, families, music lovers and everybody in between,” said Mark McKee, CEO and Chief Gearhead of Ace Cafe North America. “For those passionate about cool motors, great music, inspired food and drinks, and good times, Ace Cafe Orlando is the place to be.”

The Ace Cafe Orlando will feature stores such as Rockers Speed Shop which will sell official branded Ace apparel.Photo: Ace Cafe

Since 1938, Ace Cafe London has been a mecca for those passionate about cars, bikes and rock ’n roll culture. The original location on London’s North Circular Road began as a roadside cafe for truckers, then evolved into a popular destination for rock ‘n roll-loving teens riding motorbikes during the '50s and '60s. Today, the Ace has a multi-generational appeal among motorsports enthusiasts from all over the world and now the Orlando location will bring that same iconic moto-centric environment to the States.

The Ace Cafe Orlando is now open so stop by to get a feel for what iconic moto-centric environment that the Ace Cafe brings to North America.Photo: Ace Cafe