Tennessee February 23, 2018
Eat Endless Fried Catfish At This Rustic Restaurant In Tennessee
If you’re from Tennessee, then you probably have a hankering for fried catfish built into your very bones. It’s a part of you, something you can’t deny, a love that is deep and wide and full of fantastic memories that stretch all the way back to childhood. If you’re ever in Shiloh, then you may just want to experience the delicious menu tucked inside Hagy’s Catfish Hotel. Have you ever been?
The Catfish Hotel actually is one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in the entirety of the United States. It's a true Tennessee legend, both in longevity and for the depth of its southern-inspired tasting menu.
Quality and hospitality are the main tenets of operation at the Catfish Hotel. It was opened in the 1800s by the Hagy family, who landed on the property via the local river in 1825. After that, it's all history.
Family friendly and great for big groups, you can indulge in the storied history of the space alongside a hot meal. The restaurant is close to the Shiloh National Military Park, which makes it a great spot to stop after a tiring day out.
Not sure what to get on the menu? We'd recommend ordering the All You Can Eat Catfish, listed for $13.95 on the menu. Sure, you can chicken tenders or a ribeye steak, but the real kit and kaboodle is a dish of unlimited catfish. Come hungry!
Catfish filets are served with french fries, and the sweet tea is brewed up nice and fresh. Patrons have also raved about the fantastic service and kind, helpful waiters.
Hagy's is a local watering hole that deserves a chance to serve you a solid meal. The Tennessee River is right outside, making for a great view alongside a truly immersive set of flavors.
You can visit for yourself beginning at 11 a.m. at 1140 Hagy Lane in Shiloh, Tennessee.
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