Have you checked out BadBoys Cafe Narangba, the new cafe inside Narangba Eagles Football Club? The cafe had a soft launch month in February and will officially open its doors to club members and guests on 1 March 2023.
In a social media post, the club expressed their excitement about the partnership with BadBoys Cafe, owned and operated by Scott Wheeler.
Eagles President Darren Magin said the partnership with Mr Wheeler is just the first of the club’s new community partnerships to be announced this year.
“It’s no secret that everybody behind the scenes at Narangba Eagles is a volunteer and even though we’re a large club, we struggled last year to attract more than a handful of volunteers to help,” said Mr Magin.
Mr Magin said having Mr Wheeler and his team running the kitchen as a professional cafe will enable the committee to focus their attention on other areas, projects and developments.
Similar to the one at Zillmere Eagles Football Club, the BadBoys Cafe in Narangba will cater to all dietary requirements. Besides the vegan and plant-based options, they will also have coeliac-friendly meals, as well as menu items free from dairy, nuts, egg, and yeast.
All items on the menu, including their famous doughnuts, will be made fresh and not processed. Aside from the doughnuts which come in flavoured sugar options, they will also offer raw protein bars, brownies, and waffles.
The one in Narangba will be one of two venues planned by Mr Wheeler for the Moreton Bay region, with one set to open at the Moreton Bay Lions Football Club in Burpengary.
Narangba Eagles Football Club is located along Harris Ave, Narangba. They currently operate on weekends for the soft launch. Stay tuned on their Facebook page for more information about the cafe’s grand opening.