Come Have a Drink with us! We have a FULL selection of your favorite spirits! Served to you by The HOTTEST BARTENDERS in Daytona! They'll be sure to put a smile on your face and an Ice Cold Drink in your hand!
We have the Coldest Beer in town! Budweiser, Bud Light, AmberBock and Miller Lite on tap. Florida can get hot and an Ice Cold draft can be just the thing.
Take it With You! Stop by and get what you want to go. Ease into the late nightime hours after a long day with your own favorites.
Please notice the writing on the walls, ceilings or wherever. Well, you can make YOUR mark when you visit. And if you don't have a pen, just ask! We'll be happy to get ya one!
3rd Sunday of Every Month!
Do You have an event? If you have a Benefit Ride or Poker Run and would like to make us a stop, contact Roger Luznar at 386-405-5525 or drop an email to Roger@CabbagePatchBar.com for more information!
Time to get back to the basics. Tired of being raked over the coals trying to get a hotel room during Bikeweek or Biketoberfest? The "Cabbage Patch Campground" has just the answer! $10 "DRY" Campsites are available. Come pitch a tent, pop a brew and meet up with some old friends and make some new ones! Drop an email to Roger@CabbagePatchBar.comfor more information.
The History of Sopotnick's Cabbage Patch
OLGA WEBER IS ONCE A YEAR CYCLE MAMA
ADAPTED FROM THE DAYTONA NEWS-JOURNAL ARTICLE BY JOHN CARTER
Listen My Children and you shall hear, of the "famous ride" of Olga Weber. It doesn't scan and it doesn't rhyme, but "Ollie" Weber's annual ride on a high powered Harley or a "kick out the jams" Kawasaki is more famous hereabouts than Paul Revere's storied gallop. Mrs. Weber is noted proprietor of the Sopotnick's Tavern, a landmark on Tomoka Farms Road near Pioneer Trail. For the past seven years, she has celebrated motorcycle week by donning her helmet, nestling up against the sissy bar and joining one of her customers on an extralegal high speed run on a county road. "And when they get up to 110 miles an hour, she asks if he can make it go faster," Harold Kettler, bartender at Sopotnick's, chortled.
Members of the Slovenian National Benefit Society cooked for some of Mrs. Weber's guests and profits from the impromptu kitchen operation were donated to the Cancer Fund.,Mrs. Weber said that was typical of the attitude and good will of her guests and the surrounding community. "I never have any trouble with any of them getting fresh," she said. "They hug and kiss me when they get here, they stay and have a good time, then they hug and kiss me when I go inside to wave goodbye." The Tavern Walls are lined with posters signed by Mrs. Weber's guests over the years. Many of the names, such as "Sockeye," "Dirty Dave" and "Gloria and Walter" are on each poster, indicating years of close camaraderie at Sopotnick's Corner. Mrs. Weber's father, Joe Sopotnick, moved to the Samsula area in 1913 and is one of the co-founders of Volusia's large Slovenian community. He built the two-story house at the corner of State Roads 415 and 40A in 1925 or 1926, according to Mrs. Weber. She has run the tavern since 1967, when her mother died. Sopotnick's Corner has many of the features of almost any country tavern - cold draft beer, pool tables and a wood floor. But it has more than that,it has a feeling of history and the walls are papered with reminders of good times past. And it also has "Ollie" Weber, the Queen of Sopotnick's Corner and a once a year high speed "Motorcycle Mama."
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