Ezell’s Catfish on the River

Ezell’s became a restaurant in the 1950s, but its history goes back to riverboats and fish fries on the hunting camp lawn.

ABOVE Mary Ann Hall spent her early childhood in the Tombigbee River-front home that now houses her Ezell family namesake restaurant. The place has been in the family since the days of the riverboats and it has operated as a restaurant since the 1950s. Photos by Art Meripol One does not merely drop by Ezell’s Fish…

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