Lost Macon Merchandise & Gifts

As new restaurants emerge in Macon, the blue collar past of the mom and pop restaurant lingers.  Their memory and familiarity of Macon’s lost restaurants are what gives them their charm you’ve come to remember. While some restaurants come and go, others are dearly missed and never forgotten.  Beloved luncheonettes, fish houses, neighborhood grocers and sophisticated dining rooms—Macon has seen the best of them all come and go. 

Embedded in the pride for the character and culture of Macon’s past and present, Gateway Macon is excited to reveal it's first of five Limited Edition collections that depict several never-before-reproduced images from some of Macon’s most iconic restaurants and businesses.  If you hold Macon, Georgia, near to your heart then you will remember these long-lived institutions that connect us to a more simpler and optimistic era.   From Len Berg's to La Vista, personalize your kitchen with some of those long-lived institutions that you remember with these nostalgia-worthy Lost Macon Flour Sac Towels.  

Made from 100% lightweight cotton, these Flour Sac Towels are designed to mimic the functionality of vintage grain bags that were used for decades as all-purpose, durable kitchen towels.  With unique and retro artwork, each towel is created from a deluxe flour sack that provides extreme versatility.  These flour sac towels are perfect for display in your home or kitchen and can be used for your general all- purpose towels for the kitchen and throughout the home.These towels are lint-free and are excellent for effectively drying glassware, barware and dinnerware.

Towels are $19.99 and are now available online.  Get your Limited Edition Lost Macon Flour Sac Towels now before they're gone.  Quantities are limited so click HERE to order yours today!  These towels are also available for purchase at Carol's Linens on Forsyth Road while supplies last.




posted 11/13/2017 in Uncategorized
Tags: Len Berg's, La Vista, Anjette Lyles, Bateman & Wade, Lost Macon, Missing in Macon, Lost Restaurants of Macon, State of the Plate, Gateway Macon, Carol's Linens


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