Nu-Way, which has served chili- and slaw-topped weiners to Macon, Georgia residents for 99 years, was destroyed by fire Friday morning. The inside and roof were totally destroyed, but the shell and facade may be salvageable. Greek immigrant James Mallis started Nu-Way in 1916 and, since then, the weiner joint has expanded to nine Nu-Ways in and around Macon. The original is said to be the second oldest hot dog restaurant in the country. Nu-Way’s owners say they intend to rebuild.