Debra’s Son Southern Cooking has traditional Southern fashion foods and is named right after the owner’s late mother.
MACON, Ga. — There’s a new place in Macon to get your Southern meals favorites. Jason Curry is the operator of Debra’s Son Southern Cooking at 885 Martin Luther King Boulevard.
The eatery experienced its grand opening on March 15.
“It’s just a down-residence-cooked meal place you can go,” mentioned Curry.
The restaurant is a nod to Curry’s mother, Debra, who died in 2013 following battling lupus for 25 decades. Curry suggests he’s glad to start a organization in memory of his mom who lifted 6 small children on her possess in Macon.
“I just get all my knowledge and all my very good cooking – I get it from my mom,” he explained.
The restaurant has breakfast, lunch, and evening meal. Persons can come across a wide range of typical Southern dishes like grits, salmon patties, hoecakes, collard greens, ox tails, turkey wings, baked hen, macaroni and cheese, and far more.
“It’s just the whole 9 yards,” Curry claimed.
He says the menu is wide, but the greatest vendor on the menu at Debra’s Son is generally the very same – the ox tails.
“Everybody’s nuts about ox tails,” he reported. “And my famous collard greens, and macaroni and cheese…the ox tail, it’s off the chain. They are superb.”
He suggests food company is in which his coronary heart is. He started out selling meals on the side of the road with a grill and has worked in the deli sections of Kroger’s and Walmart’s all more than town. He the moment owned a restaurant in Warner Robins.
He states possessing a restaurant back again in the town the place he was born and lifted is gratifying, and he’s seeking ahead to passing this legacy on to his kids.
“I wanted to operate for myself and do it for myself,” Curry stated.
He welcomes Central Georgians to occur out and test the food at Debra’s Son. The spot is open seven days a 7 days from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.