This evening I attended an event at Cape Carteret's Mac Daddy's. The Carteret Chamber of Commerce September Business After Hours Program was held to celebrate the first anniversary of the opening Mac Daddy's.
Mac Holz, the owner/proprietor, told me that he was very pleased with Mac Daddy's first season. The expectation is that more and more people will find out about Mac Daddy's state of the art facility.
Not long ago we often heard the lament that there was nothing for the young area visitors or residents to do on a rainy day at the beach.
With the opening of Mac Daddy's, that complaint about the Crystal Coast has disappeared. With bowling and a fantastic arcade, there should be something for almost every youngster up through the teenagers.
There is also a sports bar for the parents and plenty of tasty food.
Tonight we sampled their kettle chips, pizza, wings, and ribs.
All the food was very good.
You might just catch me at Mac Daddy's on Wednesdays when their ribs are fifty cents each. (Click here for full article)
It takes a lot of vision to plan and launch a project like Mac Daddy's especially in these economic times.
Carteret County is lucky to have an individual like Mac Holz, who saw a need and was able to fill it. Mac Daddy's will benefit us all.
From the looks of the Chamber members enjoying themselves, I think the word about the great facilities at Mac Daddy's will spread quickly.
This is a link to pictures of the event this evening.