Beer/Wine/Mixology, Real Estate, Restaurants/Food

Daddy-O’s (or Daddio’s) on High Point Road

I just purchased the old Daddy O’s on High Point Road just a couple of doors down from my Darryl’s restaurant.  Thoughts on what we should do with it?  It’s 3 acres and a 10,000sf building.

Aerial of Daddy-O's (far left) and Darryl's (far right)

Aerial of Daddy-O’s (far left) and Darryl’s (far right)

Aerial of Daddy-O's (far left) and Darryl's (far right)
Aerial of Daddy-O’s (far left) and Darryl’s (far right)

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7 thoughts on “Daddy-O’s (or Daddio’s) on High Point Road

  1. Phyliss Craddock says:

    The club fifth season was so nice. It closed at Sheraton four seasons hotel in Greensboro near the mall. It was so nice. It was a club and restaurant plenty of comfort seating. All ages and races attended. All my friends miss it so bad. Had live band.

  2. Phyliss Craddock says:

    We need a place for a diverse crowd that plays a mix of music with good private seating like fifth season club at Sheraton four seasons hotel near the mall in Greensboro. Good seating is a must have

  3. sharon brockbank says:

    I agree with a nice club…….a place that draws all diverse crowds…make a simple menu for the bar atmosphere…i know a great dj….but just look at high point rd and visit a few places see what they are missing….also the staff would need to be people who care about making it a great place to be. You want to be above the rest…..Good luck with your decision.

  4. Martha says:

    Oyster bar plus dancing – something like Greene’s where slightly older people can go for dinner and dancing. I spent way too much time at Daddy-Os and the Fifth Season when I was younger. Would love somewhere to go now. Good luck !!

  5. Minda Hatley says:

    Maybe a nice country music bar. Something modeled after a place you would find in Texas. Arizona Pete’s is ok but small and a little run down.

  6. Keith Osborn says:

    Would like to see a nice club leaning towards blues music with national acts and local bands. We now drive to Durham to the Blue Note Grill and Papa Mojo’s Roadhouse to get our blues fix.

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