Macon's historic H&H re-opens doors

Macon's historic H&H re-opens doors

The Middle Georgia restaurant known to dish-up and serve some of Macon's favorite Southern staples is back in action.
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - H&H restaurant opens its door Wednesday morning dishing up the same Southern classics "Mama" Louise Hudson once served.

The historic Macon restaurant welcomes hundreds of people through its doors giving people the option to choose from dishes ranging from southern fried chicken to baked spaghetti, and everything in between.

Customer Takayia Morgan was first in line to try out the new menu. 

On her plate: "fried pork chops, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and cornbread."

Co-owners Wes Griffith and Chad Evans say the building is a marker of Macon's musical and food history. 

"You know, there's a lot of love between these walls, and that's what we want to try to continue...is to preserve that vibe," says Griffith.

Evans adds the essence of the restaurant remains the same. The only difference is the crew added a few more kitchen appliances, and a "special chair" for former founder of H&H, Mama Louise placed near the kitchen.

"That's where she likes it," says Evans. 

Griffith says it took the crew 45 days from the moment they purchased H&H to renovated the space, and prepare to serve the Middle Georgia community today.

Evans believes the facility will bring back memories and continue to be a place of congregation for community members to "discuss how to make Macon a better place."

For more information, find H&H on Facebook

 


 
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