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Caddyshack swings our way



If you want a taste of the next big thing coming to Orlando, head over to Murray Bros. Caddyshack at the World Golf Village in normally quaint and charming St. Augustine. Yes, that "Caddyshack," and those Murray brothers.

Chef Andy Murray is cooking in the kitchen of the 180-seat restaurant. Siblings Ed, Brian, John and Joel are partners. And greenskeeper "Carl Spackler" (the other brother, Bill Murray, in case you're unaware) stops in occasionally.

It's designed after a proper country club, and features two 150-inch TVs in the "Bunker Bar" for sports, a casual menu and a giant golf ball sticking out of one wall. It's doing so well that the other big name at Golf Village -- Sam Snead's Tavern -- went out of business. Future plans call for more Caddyshacks, and with more than 70 golf courses in Orlando, we're a prime target. So we got that going for us.

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