Family Fish House in Hazlehurst is like a hundred others along backwoods byways crisscrossing the South. A road sign beckons with promises of all-you-can-eat. The parking lot fills up on Friday nights. Wood tables are scattered throughout as a full-mount bobcat looks down from a rafter. But what sets this fish house apart is its staff. Everyone is related—from the short-order cook to the matriarch manning the cash register. Waitress Britney Guillory was 8 years old in 1995 when her grandparents opened for business. It was named Family Fish House because only Granger family members worked there.
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