Swing by this remote spot on a weekend, and the first thing you'll notice is the omnipresent odor of leather-if you didn't already spot the rows upon rows of hogs out front. Cook's Corner is a Trabuco Canyon staple, hosting biker rallies it teems with motorcycle-club members, weekend warriors and bald, tattoo-faced riders straight out of central casting. Inside the ramshackle roadhouse is a bar featuring a modest selection of brews on tap, including Fat Tire, PBR and Pyramid Hefeweizen. There's also a sizable selection of bottled beers, running the gamut from Miller to Dos Equis. There's often live entertainment on the large patio and weekly bike-accessory bazaars. To top it off, Cook's is cradled within a verdant valley on the southern border of the Santa Ana Mountains, arguably the most scenic wilderness area in Orange County.