This diner looks like an authentic 1950's diner. The exterior is all silver tin siding, and it has a 50's theme. There is a small juke box on each table, and for a quarter, you can pick a song to play over the main speakers. The menu is true diner fare, with hamburgers, shakes, meat loaf, chicken fried steak, and the children's menu is fun. This restaurant is open 24 hours, and is attached to a Harley Davidson dealership. Thus, the name. This is a fun place to go, and would be really fun for kids or teens. Or Harley enthusiasts. It was a fun experience, but I wouldn't go back. There are too many places that have this same type of food in town, and I'm not a fried food eater!