Category Archives: Hogzilla

Greenville’s Block Party – Bring on Hogzilla


Check out Mac’s in Greenville for Saturday’s Block Party. It’s a great opportunity to see Hogzilla up close and personal! She’ll be cooking Lil Pig Sandwiches, Chicken Tenders, Mac ‘n’ Chesse, Sliders, etc. Perfect for any type of sporting event or large party. Catering will take care of you!

Don’t miss this great event, this Saturday at Mac’s Greenville.



Rob Schneider “Rubs the Wood” with Hogzilla

Our very own Executive Chef, Kevin Kuruc joined forces with actor Rob Schneider to cook up Mac’s smoked chicken wings. Just in time for the Super Bowl. Click to check out this segment and other videos on our YouTube Channel – MacSpeedShopBBB.

Hogzilla on WCNC Charlotte Today – February 1, 2013

It’s time to get HOG-WILD, with HOGZILLA


So, what exactly is Hogzilla?

Known around here as Awesomeness on Wheels, this custom-made, one of a kind, mobile smoking unit is perfect addition to any party, tailgate, wedding or corporate event.

Hogzilla is a competition-grade machine with a 28-foot rig and a 12-foot reverse-flow barrel smoker – it can smoke Whole Hogs, Carolina Beef Brisket, Whole Chicken – you name it! Hogzilla also features a charcoal grill if you choose to add Burgers and Hotdogs to your order.

Now that we’ve got her cookin’ – let’s get the party going!

Hogzilla is equipped with two 42-inch Flat Screens! HD TV with Direct TV Satellite Hookup – perfect for any tailgate or sporting event. With an independent sound system, DVD player and iPod hookup, there are many ways to use Hogzilla to entertain your family and friends.

What about drinks?

We provide 4 quarter-kegs, which yield 160 pints of beer of your choice. Includes local craft beers like Noda Brewery and Highland Brewery. Basically anything the restaurant can get its hands on, we can put on Hogzilla.

So how do you get all this at your next event?

Everything mentioned about is included in a flat rental rate for six hours. We’ll also provide two attendants, one to pour beer and monitor food and one to pull the pig (should you choose to do a pig pickin’).