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SHILOH, Tenn. — Nestled alongside the Tennessee River for the past 80 years is a place known for its hospitality and a great plate of fried catfish. Hagy’s Catfish Hotel turns 80 years old this year. Third generation co-owner Jim Hagy says the family-owned business strives to maintain its homemade quality and humble beginnings. “What amazes me is that my grandparents, at the end of the Depression, made the decision to open a restaurant that is somewhat in the middle of nowhere,” he said. “And what’s even more amazing is we’ll feed thousands of people every week now.”