Lost Macon - Anjette's Restaurant

The glowing waitress, with her welcoming displayed as her namesake, will once again be a beacon to those appreciate traditional Southern food served with a side of charm and personality; and a dash of deceit.  

Anjette Lyles was known for her good cooking but no one could have suspected the deadly recipes she was brewing up for her loved ones.
Traditional Southern food and Anjette’s charming personality made Anjette's Restaurant a Macon institution, but in 1958, Maconites were shocked to hear that 32-year old restaurant owner, Anjette Lyles, had been arrested and charged with murdering four persons - her two husbands, her mother-in-law, and her 9-year old daughter.  This Vintage reproduction of Anjette's original restaurant sign is the perfect addition to any kitchen, especially during Halloween. This unique one-of-a-kind flour sac towel is created from a deluxe flour sack that provides extreme versatility.  

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 will be available online for purchase through Gateway Macon starting Friday.

Can't wait until next week?  No problem!  You can now purchase Lost Macon Flour Sac Towels exclusively at Carol's Linens on Forsyth Road while supplies last.




posted 10/09/2017 in Community


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