Local character hones his bartending skills
FLAGLER BEACH -- Thirteen years ago, Mark Woods came to visit and never left.
On a mental break from life as a counselor at a Missouri juvenile detention center, Woods landed at his parents' pad to figure things out. And that's when the beach called.
"That was kind of a crossroads," said Woods, 37, now a bartender at the Golden Lion Cafe on State Road A1A.
Woods -- also called "Tikitender" from his tiki hut-serving days at a local resort -- is known for wearing kilts ("They're very comfy; I recommend every man tries one.") and for his red goatee and easygoing grin.
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I wouldn't call it pride, but I am very happy to love what I do!
Thanks to Tony & Carolyn for the great venue and to all my customers & co-workers who make my job a pleasure.