If you would like some Nu-Way food pictures, check this website out:
Here is the menu page from Nu-Way’s website:
Never had a Nu-Way Chili Dog… Was curious if they’re heavy on nutmeg seasoning in their chili (That is if they even use it)? I’m from Michigan, and around here you really dont taste that spice in our chili dogs… But traveling south a month ago, it seemed more of a normal spice the further south I went… (Like Chili Powder and Cumin in Michigan)… Just a curious taste thing here….
I don’t think they open on weekends but a great roadfood spot in downtown Macon is called Len Berg’s. Home cooking at its finest in a little spot in an alley near the courthouse. This time of year there should be a sign on the table that reads: HMFPIC. If it’s there, that means they have Homemade fresh peach ice cream.
Thanks for the input, both places sound wonderful, might give both a try..I go the scenic route and do not go on the interstate south of Macon, but Dublin is not that far off the path…
The best Roadfood-type place that I can think of for breakfast is Ma Hawkins in Dublin – east of Macon. It has been open since 1931 and has an old-fashioned Southern breakfast. It is just a short distance west of the court house in the downtown area of Dublin, but only a few miles from the interstate. Nothing fancy, but it is worth a stop. It is a possibility for lunch as well.
Nu-way Wieners is Macon’s most famous restaurant. I think you can have both meals there.
Looks like it might be breakfast time in Macon this Saturday on my trip to the Georgia coast…and then again lunch time on the way back the following Saturday..think I have the coastal dinner choices narrowed down but anyone have any ideas about breakfast and lunch places in Macon? thanks, Laurie
Breakfast and lunch in Macon, Ga.
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