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When Hugh Hinton decided to open a food truck, he was sure of two things: 1) he wanted all of his favorite sandwiches to be on the menu and 2) he wanted the truck to pay homage to his Moore County roots with the truck’s name. And then, The Caddy Shack was born. 

Hugh and chef Ryan Coombs call The Caddy Shack’s food  “some good ole American cuisine mixed with a little southern comfort.” Hugh met Ryan in college when they both worked as cooks at a popular restaurant in Boone, N.C. called Macado’s.

Pictured (left to right) Hugh’s 4-legged mascot, Clint, Hugh and chef Ryan Coombs.

Everything is made from scratch, and each sandwich is made using bread from The Bakehouse in Aberdeen.Choose from menu items like the Pinecrest Po’ Boy or the Viking Hen, add a side of fries or chips, or go with the crispy Brussels sprouts. 

The Caddy Shack parks at 795 NC-73 in West End — the spot that was once home to Eastwood Diner, which was owned by Hugh’s family. The truck itself was 195’s “One Nine Drive” in its first life.

You can get your sandwich fix from 11-3, Monday through Friday. The Caddy Shack will also be at Pop Up in the Pines at Southern Pines Brewing Co. on Nov. 8.  Check out the full menu. 

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