Review by: Fred Sauceman, Author of the three-volume book series The Place Setting - December 1, 2011
The vowels in its name are transposed. Its hot dogs are red. Its ice is flaky. Its lineage is Greek. The story of
Nu-Way Weiners is as rich as a platter of scrambled dogs with oyster crackers. Ed Grisamore tells that story with
the respect this Southern institution deserves, from its boy-and-dog logo painted by the local fire chief to the gripping charm of its chili sauce. Every historic restaurant in America deserves such a devoted chronicler.
Review by: Nancy Grace, Macon native and CNN legal analyst - December 1, 2011
I remember the first time I entered Nu-Way as a child, thinking, “What is that SMELL?” Now I know…the best hot dogs on earth!