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“Biker Paradise”

Reviewed August 17, 2013

At first you kind of think of Maggies as a diner... until you look closely and you see it has been converted into a Madrid-esque souvenir shop with the emphasis on bikers. And they've got a ton of stickers to choose from if you've reached your quota on tee shirts on your trip.

BTW, I've been lots of places and shopped for a lot of tees and stickers. New Mexico has some of the more creative Tees that I've ever seen, especially if you have a serious sense of humor.

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Reviewed July 27, 2013

It's not a diner however it does have some very cool patches, t shirts, hats, Route 66 and anything else you would want

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

This is not a restaurant; it is a gift shop. It was the setting for Maggie's Diner. It has loads of patches, T-shirts and other motorcycle related products but you won't get anything to eat or drink here.

Thank Donna L
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Reviewed July 19, 2013

Unless you are looking for a souvenir from this movie you've likely never hear of, there is not much else here. It's disappointing. There is no food at this "diner".

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Reviewed June 4, 2013

My husband is a fan of the movie Wild Hogs, so we made a brief stop at Maggie's Diner while driving the Turquoise Trail. It's not an actual diner, but rather a gift shop. Unfortunately, it was not open yet when we stopped, so I just took a picture of the outside. My kids thought it impressive that the building and town of Madrid were in a movie.

Thank kren250
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