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c. 1889. Taylor Grocery originally operated as a dry goods store until it changed hands in 1930. Duff Ragland. The store was originally a dry goods store. Will Walker bought the store from Ragland, and it operated as a dry goods store until around 1930. Chandler Karr, owned and operated the general store next door, which is now sculptor Bill Beckwith's studio. In June 1977, Jerry and Evie Wilson began cooking catfish and eventually opened the first Taylor Catfish restaurant.
The charm of Taylor and the quality of the food remains the same and Lynn and Debbie Hewlett invite you to experience the unique Taylor Grocery and Restaurant, where catfish and steak are specialties of the house. Live music.
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