On this spot in 1825, Henry Hagy and his wife Polly docked their flat boat, laid claim to several acres of bottom land, and began to build a farm and family. Later their son John built a rough log shack next to the river to store items that were to be shipped by steamboats. The shack was occupied by Union soldiers during the Battle of Shiloh.
Nothing says “I love you” like a authentic Southern meal and our Gift Cards are the perfect way to share a little love. Cards come in all denominations, so you can order the perfect Gift Card for whomever you like, for whatever reason you like. Call us at 731 689 3327 and we will get your gift card in the mail today.
Reservations are not required, but can be made by contacting the restaurant by phone.
The Catfish Hotel
1140 Hagy Lane
ph. (731) 689-3327
Hagy’s Catfish hotel has a long history of serving great food for 75 years. In that time span we have been mentioned in numerous news papers, magazines and blogs. Here is a list of some of the places we are Honored to be mentioned by.
"A Taste of Hiﬆory! circa 1938"
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