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The 'iconic landmark' that employed some of Georgia's most well-known musicians

It's spring and pollen is in the air, but that's not the only thing... it's also the perfect time to bust out the grill for a cookout, and the smell is sure to draw a crowd. One 'iconic landmark' used to be a must-try place when visiting the midstate and although it no longer remains, you can still find a taste of the old days with its bottled sauces. The Pig'n Whistle once stood on Georgia Avenue and was known for employing some music legends, like Otis Redding. Hooten's family owned the Pig, and he's overseen the business since the 90s when he "resurrected the brand." The Pig started in London in 1805 and moved to the U.S. in the early 1900s. They opened locations in Georgia in Albany, Atlanta, and Macon.
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