Drive-By Turkey Fry at Milo’s Two Wheels – 2018

Drive By Turkey Fry Boulder City, Nevada

You would think that Milo Hurst would be tired of frying turkey’s for all of his friends in Boulder City – but apparently not, since he has again opened up his Two Wheels location for friends (most especially Milo-Wino club members) to swing by and get their birds crispy-cooked to perfection!

It’s first come, first serve Thanksgiving Day from 8am-12 noon at Two Wheels (567 Nevada Way). We went last year, and it was a nice way to hang out by the fire pit, enjoy a beverage and get your turkey fried up all nice and golden for your Thanksgiving Feast!

The details are important though, so here’s what you need to know:

1. The weight limit on turkey’s is 12 lbs.
2. They must be FULLY thawed
3. Bring your own injection marinade for flavor
4. It’s FREE! Plus Beer and Bloody Mary’s will be on hand as well…

They’ll have room for about 20 turkeys this year, so we wouldn’t wait to long before heading over. Each bird takes about 30 minutes to cook so the last ones will go in around 11:30. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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