Taċ-Ċaċċu Social Club in Qormi was first founded in 1963 by Vitor ‘Iċ-Ċaċċu’ Camilleri and it started out as an American confectionary. The business has grown into a typically Maltese bar, and now employs staff ranging from bartenders to trained chefs.
Today Victor’s son and namesake, Victor Junior, has taken over every aspect of the running of the bar. A jack of all trades, Victor has overseen Taċ-Ċaċċu’s growth for the past 24 years. The service and menu have grown and evolved along with the establishment, and it now serves a variety of delicious local food and snacks.
Taċ-Ċaċċu Social Club is now not only a bar, but also hosts and organises a number of different events, including traditional fenkati (rabbit dinners), bachelor parties and football match screenings.