The Hangout is a bikers' and sports bar located in La Casa Siolim. The venue features an open layout making for a hearty welcome. Upon arrival in the main bar, guests will be greeted by a vintage 1942 Triumph 3HW perched atop the bar; which is a highlight. Further on, a couple of other bikes, artefacts and automobile paraphernalia dot sections of the restaurant walls; along with related photographs and posters to complement.
A big screen on one side of the structure screens sports events regularly. Guests may also enojy a gme or two at the pool table. The bar also features an outdoor seating area adjacent to it, a section of which is used to display vintage bikes every week. The venue hosts live music gigs on special nights, while ladies' specials and retro nights are weekend favourites.
As their name suggests, this is designed as a place to hangout and relax.
FOOD & DRINKS
The Hangout serves an array of light snacks and sumptuous local Goan dishes. The full fledged bar has a good selection of beers, wines and scotch. The entire menu is affordable.
Bikers can avail of specials and discounts as part of their community. Match nights and rider evenings feature specials on the menu. Weekly barbecue events are a crowd favourite here.
The Hangout is the brainchild of Sunny Chopra. A seasoned hotelier by profession, he has over two decades with stints in top managerial positions at some of the five star rated hotel properties in Goa.
He moved to north Goa and smitten by the village charm of Siolim, set up a boutique property called La Casa Siolim. Down the line, in 2012, his passion for biking led him to launch a chill out cafe for riders and their community which now stands as The Hangout.