Mr. Drunderbak's returns to McCain Mall | Business
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - McCain Mall is pleased to announce the return of favorite local eatery Mr. Dunderbak’s. This popular dining spot will host a Grand Opening on December 14 and 15 during regular mall hours.
During the two day celebration, guests will enjoy live German entertainment. Area-residents can look forward to the return of their favorite items including: delicious German sausage, famous port wine cheese, Champagne cheese bread pretzels, a wide variety of imported beer both bottled and draft, and many other menu delights.
Mr. Dunderbak’s was one of the first restaurants in McCain Mall when the shopping center opened in 1973. With this updated 1,772 square-foot location, Mr. Dunderbak’s will offer new additions such as a coffee bar and lounge and a vegan/vegetarian line of food selections. Mr. Dunderbak’s is located in Center Court at the bottom of the escalator.
“We are thrilled this vibrant dining concept has returned to McCain Mall,” said Lisa Meyer, director of mall marketing and business development. “Mr. Dunderbak’s has always been a local favorite and we look forward to offering their tasty menu items to our community and visitors.”
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(source: Dancie Perugini Ware Public Relations)
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