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Allen's

Allen's (est. 1955) is a Athens, Georgia, now located at the corner of Hawthorne and Oglethorpe Avenues.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Notable patrons and employees 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External material 5

History

Allen's was opened by Allen Saine. Saine later sold the business to Athens businessman Billy Slaughter. Slaughter hired Danny Self to run the business and eventually sold it to Self while keeping the real estate.

Allen's got its "World Famous" nickname because of its proximity to the Navy Supply School. The student officers frequented Allen's.[1] They wear Allen's T-shirts in ports all over the world.

In 2002, Self died and Slaughter ended up with the business eventually closing it in 2004 and later demolishing the building. In 2007, two

  • J.E. GESHWILER, November 13, 2002, PUBLICATION: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA), EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: Metro News, PAGE: B7
  • KAY POWELL, June 21, 2002, PUBLICATION: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA), EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: Metro News, PAGE: C8
  • SAEED AHMED, DATE: January 1, 2004, PUBLICATION: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA), EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: Metro News, PAGE: D1
  • PLOTT BRICE, DATE: November 28, 2003, PUBLICATION: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA), EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: Metro News, PAGE: D1
  • Plott Brice, DATE: April 8, 2001, PUBLICATION: The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution, EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: Metro News, PAGE: D4
  • Rebecca McCarthy and Cat Mantione-Holmes FOR THE JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, DATE: December 19, 1997, PUBLICATION: The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution, EDITION: The Atlanta Constitution The Atlanta Journal, SECTION: SPORTS, PAGE: E7
  • FOSKETT, KEN, DATE: April 30, 1994, PUBLICATION: The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution,EDITION: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, SECTION: STATE NEWS, PAGE: C/16
  • Nelson, Don, November 19, 2003, Athens Banner-Herald
  • Moore, Jennifer, 2004, Athens Banner-Herald
  • Quigley, Rebecca, May 14, 2007, Athens Banner-Herald
  • Reese, Krista, July 2008, Georgia Trend Magazine

External material

  1. ^ Allen's
  2. ^ Allen's World Famous Hamburgers Website

References

See also

Notable patrons of Allen's include the late writer Lewis Grizzard, professional wrestler Bill Goldberg, lead guitarist/singer John Bell of Athens band Widespread Panic, R.E.M. lead singer Michael Stipe and The B-52's who namecheck Allen's in their 1990 single "Deadbeat Club".

U.S. Senator.

Notable patrons and employees

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