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CHOW AUTUMN 2018

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CHATTANOOGA'S WEEKLY ALTERNATIVE

Autumn 2018 Dining Guide Moving Beyond Farm To Table .................... 16

The Tap House ............................................... 20

Bluewater Grille ............................................. 18

The Ice Cream Show ...................................... 21

Brewhaus Gastropub ..................................... 19

Chattanooga Restaurant Listings ............... 21

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COVER STORY

Moving Beyond Farm To Table How Chattanooga's restauranteurs have embraced local sourcing

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T’S HARD FOR ME TO TALK ABOUT THE “FARM-TO-TABLE” movement without remembering the weekends my family would pile into our 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix and ride to the “curb market” just off of 11th Street. By Mike McJunkin Pulse contributor

Farmers lined the concrete docks, sitting on the back of their trucks, acknowledging you with an almost imperceptible nod as you eyed bushel baskets of Silver Queen corn, purple runner beans, and carefully filled pint baskets of bright yellow summer squash, deep red tomatoes, watermelons, cantaloupes, and other seasonal vegetables. This usually meant I would be conscripted to help string, shuck and otherwise prepare these vegetables for canning, freezing or “puttin’ up”—but I loved it. I loved wandering the aisles of the curb market, I loved choosing just the right produce from the piles of potential candidates, and I loved sitting on my grandmother’s screenedin porch on red, lattice rockers and prepping vegetables until my hands “just tuckered out.” I loved it because when I dug into a meal that included that Silver Queen corn or those bright yellow squash, I had a connection from the farm to my plate. I didn’t become aware of the phrase “farm-to-table” until I visited Chattanooga’s now shuddered “212 Market” in the early ‘90s. I was unaware of Alice Water’s groundbreaking restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley. I had given virtually no thought to Carlo Perini’s Slow Food Movement. At that point, I didn’t even know who

Jeremiah Tower was. Like most of us, I had lost my connection to the sources of my food. Sure, I intellectually knew food came from farms, but over time I had become removed from it in the most practical of ways—I couldn’t tell you how my dinner got from the farm to my plate. Now, almost thirty years later, you would have to have been living under a Golden Corral-shaped rock to not feel the effects of the farm-to-table movement. National chains like McDonald’s and Wendy’s jumped on the locally-sourced food marketing bandwagon long ago, and some local restaurant menus go to absurd lengths to reassure diners of the provenance of their ingredients, detailing the type of feed, parental lineage, birthday, favorite color and name of the chicken you’re having for dinner (last night I ate Colin—he was delicious). But in spite of attempted hijackings by corporate marketing departments and the absurd lengths some restaurants have resorted to, farm-to-table has very honorable roots. When some of the first restaurants began listing the names of farms on their menus in the early ‘70s, it was to help people reestablish the link between the farms, seasons, and flavors of the food being served. They wanted to credit every link in the chain of events that led to the meal being served. The philosophy at the heart of the farm-to-table movement is the belief

that food should be produced by local farms and delivered directly to restaurants. “People love feeling a connection to their food, and seeing a farmer’s name on the menu gives them that connection,” says St. John’s Executive Chef Rebecca Barron. “We mistakenly believe that it’s this new, hip thing, but consider Alice Waters: the grandmother of farm to table cooking. She’s been a living example of it at Chez Panisse since 1971.” There is, however, no single agreed upon definition that restaurants have to adhere to in order to label themselves a farm-to-table or farm-to-fork establishment. Ocia Hartley, owner and Executive Chef of Syrup & Eggs explains that, “The words “fresh” or “natural” do not mean local, I want to see the name of the farm and perhaps which specific

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items your business supports using. We use the local products that make sense cost wise and will elevate the guest’s eating experience. Chattanooga maintains reasonable prices on eggs, local pork, mushrooms, herbs, and flowers that all come from within 30 miles of our restaurant.” But after thirty years, has the farmto-table label been drained of any real meaning? Have restaurants and supermarkets overused the term, turning it into another hollow buzzword like “naturally flavored” “responsibly grown” or “farm fresh?” Has farm-to-table simply become a trend capitalizing off the concerns of consumers who have become “woke” to issues with sustainability, supply chain transparency, animal welfare, and the effect of local food chains on local economies, food nutrition and health?


Reducing farm-to-table to simply a trend doesn’t do the movement justice. Using locally sourced ingredients, like the ones I grew up picking from the curb market and roadside vendors, was the norm prior to the wave of processed, convenience foods taking over grocery store shelves. Americans became enamored with convenience over nutrition while obscene amounts of fat, sugar, and salt made their way into the typical American diet behind a deceptive veil of effortless preparation. When the inevitable health and lifestyle consequences began to surface after decades of unhealthy eating, a new attitude came to fruition and farm-to-table began making real food cool again. The farm-to-table movement has essentially mimicked the trajectory of the modern organic food movement, which really began to get traction in the ‘70s and has experienced phenomenal growth in the years since. For decades, organic food was a niche product confined to a small section in the supermarket, where patchouli reeking hippies and bubble boy moms would shop for cruelty-free chia seeds and free-range Himalayan mustard seed sprouts. Fast-forward to 2018 and “all organic” supermarkets are commonplace across the country. We’re seeing a similar trajectory for locally-sourced, farm-to-table foods. In fact, the National Restaurant Association (the other NRA) reports that one in five consumers are willing to pay more for local food, 41 percent say locally sourced ingredients influence their choice in restaurants, and items related to locally sourced foods have been in their top 5 consumer spending categories for the last five years. In our region, the concept behind the farm-to-table movement has been an easy sell to most customers, but creates challenges for restaurants that want to embrace it.

Smart diners know the difference between a local tomato that was picked two days ago and has never seen a refrigerator versus a hot house tomato that was gassed to make it turn pink.” “It’s a lot of work to have five farmers’ numbers in your phone in addition to your broadline produce provider,” explains Nathan Lindley, owner of Public House in downtown Chattanooga. “It’s easy to say but hard to do. However, smart diners know the difference between a local tomato that was picked two days ago and has never seen a refrigerator versus a hot house tomato that was gassed to make it turn pink.” Buying locally produced food requires a lot of extra effort from chefs and owners, while placing additional demands on local farmers. Purchasing local food means developing a supply chain different from the one used for procuring widely-distributed foods, requiring both buyer and seller to be open to new ways of doing business.

Buying locally raised meat, for example, typically depends on creating personal relationships with the farmer and butcher that require close coordination and frequent communication along the supply chain—this is in addition to the long list of other duties pulling at the time of a busy restaurant manager or chef. Restaurants also face the limitations of the local food supply because of seasonality. While farms in California are able to produce year-round, for regions such as the South (along with the majority of the US) not every farm can produce crops or supply animals year-round. This means chefs must juggle the time and resource intensive process of dealing with multiple suppliers throughout the year and adjusting menus to adapt to the reality that

the local versions of some products, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, are sometimes only available during certain times of the year. To meet these challenges, some restaurants have begun to start their own farms to provide ingredients for their restaurants, calling this approach “farm-to-table 2.0.” In urban areas, this can mean gardening in nontraditional spaces, like rooftops and small, empty areas of the restaurant’s lot using hydroponics and aeroponics to grow a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables. Although this requires some special equipment to keep plants stable and healthy, it can also produce high yields that can more effectively meet the demands of a popular restaurant. Here in the Tennessee Valley, the difficulties and challenges of offering locally sourced foods is not just worth the extra effort, it’s part of the tradition that so many of us grew up with—those exciting trips to the curb market; the overall clad elderly gentleman I only knew as Mr. Dotson that would come around to my grandmother’s house in his sputtering Chevy 3100 pickup, drop the tailgate, and offer up beautiful produce straight from his farm; the days spent at my extended family’s farm, picking corn and digging potatoes until my hands were sore and my fingernails spackled with mud—those memories are front and center when I eat locally produced foods and they remind me once again of the connection I have to my food, whether I call it farm-to-table or not. Mike McJunkin is a native Chattanoogan who has traveled abroad extensively, trained chefs, and owned and operated restaurants. Join him on Facebook at facebook.com/ SushiAndBiscuits

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Bluewater Grille

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re you looking for an authentic seafood restaurant in downtown Chattanooga? Well, look no further because Bluewater Grille is what you are looking for and more. Bluewater Grille has been open for over 12 years and has been a hot spot for seafood and craft beer ever since. Bluewater Grille has a chef driven menu that can accommodate any customer that is dining with them. Great seafood doesn’t have to be picky and Bluewater Grille recognizes that and adapts to its customers tastes buds. There are multiple daily specials, lunch and dinner included. “We have a chef driven menu with daily specials, lunch and dinner. We are also focused on craft cocktails, craft beer, and high quality wines along with a great weekly happy hour, probably one of the best in Chattanooga,” said General Manager Kane Weathers. Happy hour lasts from Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 18 • THE PULSE • NOVEMBER 15, 2018 • CHOW DINING GUIDE • CHATTANOOGAPULSE.COM

This includes two dollars off of all beers and all of the house cocktails are 6 dollars. This also includes two dollars off wine by the glass so it is a deal that you cannot miss. There is a ton of open air bar seating at Bluewater Grille, and they just revamped their menu for the fall and winter seasons. Some of the items include a crab stuffed halibut, a cedar planked salmon, and reintroducing the tavern shrimp. One thing that Bluewater Grille is emphasizing is their brunch menu. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday Bluewater Grille will be serving their brunch menu. This includes their steak breakfast bowl, along with French toast and the crowd favorite crab benedict. If you are interested in a Chattanooga brunch and live music, check out Bluewater Grille. Bluewater Grille is located at 224 Broad Street in downtown and if you need any more information, check out bluewaterchattanooga.com.


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ctoberfest may be long gone, but Brewhaus on Frazier Avenue offers the taste of Deutschland all year around. And with the weather getting cold, few things will give you the holiday glow like sizzling bratwurst and a massive mug of hefeweizen. Since 2011 Brewhaus has fumigated the North Shore air with smells of smoked sausage and juicy hamburgers. While it’s founded with food of the fatherland in mind, Brewhaus adds a bit of Americana to their lineup of mouthwatering meals and drinks. Massive Bavarian pretzels the size of dinner plates, hot pork schnitzel sand-

wiches, honey bacon deviled eggs, a glockenspiel cheeseburger, pimento cheese sandwiches: all this and much more are on the menu. Regulars know to stop by for halfliter drink specials every Monday. At the top of the list is the Weihenstephan hefeweizen. It’s as tasty as it is difficult to pronounce. With the mildest hints of banana, it has full body taste that is still drinkable and light. A perfect combination is the fat sampler plate featuring a Bavarian pretzel, kraut balls (which are like German hush puppies), and brat sliders served with zesty mustard and

melted cheese. While Brewhaus has several TV’s, the best seat is the back patio that looks out over Coolidge Park and the Walnut Street Bridge. There’s also plenty of patio seating outside that are perfect for your four-legged friends. They’re open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.,

on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to Midnight, and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. with brunch ending at 2 p.m. And on Wednesday the 28th, Brewhaus will be hosting a “Wicked Weed Takeover”. It’s all just another reason to love the unique tastes Brewhaus offers.

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hen you first enter the rustic doors to The Tap House it’s easy to forget that you are entering a bar with thirty beers on draft. That’s because of the unique and special atmosphere that it has to offer. It is not uncommon to see people conducting business meetings, children playing with their parents in the game corner, or just a couple of friends catching up over a delicious pint in a laid back setting. This is not your average bar; The Tap House is so much more. Located in the historic St. Elmo district, The Tap House provides a family friendly envi-

ronment with a wide variety of beers, including ciders and gluten free options. “I call it a pub atmosphere,” says the owner Chris Calhoun, “The tables were made the way they are so that you could sit down next to a stranger and leave as friends. The kind of atmosphere where beer brings people together.” In addition to the thirty beers on tap, there are ciders and kombucha on draft, plus other gluten free options. According to Calhoun, there is also a possibility for wine in the near future. If wine does make an appearance at

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The Tap House, you can bet it will be coming out of a tap. The Tap House also serves snacks such as hummus and pita chips, a variety of paninis, as well as a unique Guinness infused cheese plate. The menu is constantly evolving, and they are extending their kitchen hours to

keep up with the high demand for pub food. The Tap House is an excellent place to grab a drink with a friend or even make some new ones. For more information about the beers on draft or their hours of operation visit taphousechatt.com.


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is the time for indulging. Halloween is simply a primer for the sweet tooth season that’s upon us. Thankfully there’s a little shop right in the downtown area that’s got us covered (with sprinkles that is.) Located at the southern end of the Walnut Street Bridge at 105 Walnut Street is the Ice Cream Show. If you have trouble finding it, just follow the heavenly aroma of freshly made waffle cones. If you come for the main attraction, the Ice Cream Show lets you create your own concoction of deliciousness. You start with your choice of vanilla or chocolate ice cream or yogurt. Then you can add in over 40 different flavors and enjoy it in a cup or cone. And there’s too many flavors to name! A popular treat is the massive waffle cone packed with blended strawberry ice cream and chunks of cookie dough and almonds. If you added in

only one flavor from each category, there could be over 14,500 combinations. It’s smorgasbord of sweets that, as Guy Fieri would say, takes you straight to flavor town. But that’s just the ice cream. The Ice Cream Show also makes an assortment of traditional café drinks like Americanos, chai lattes, and espressos. And then there’s the specialties: Aztec Mocha, Affagato, Dulce de Nooga, and of course… much more. Each are their own unique and sweet mix. Be sure to try the Purple Fog: black tea with lavender syrup and steamed half and half. It’s a perfect remedy to counteract the sugar high of the ice cream. Their café can pump you up for the workday or chill you out on the way home. The hours are 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. from Monday Saturday and 1 to 11 p.m. on Sundays. And there is never a bad time to stop by. THE PULSE • CHOW DINING GUIDE • NOVEMBER 15, 2018 • CHATTANOOGAPULSE.COM • 21


Chattanooga Restaurant Guide 1885 Grill 3914 St. Elmo Ave. (423) 485-3050 1885grill.com 2 Sons Kitchen & Market 422 E. MLK Blvd. (423) 661-8709 2 Squares a Day 3399 Amnicola Hwy. (423) 697-7595 3rd Deck Burger Bar 201 Riverfront Pkwy., Pier 2 (423) 266-4488 chattanoogariverboat.com A Bountiful Harvest 1101 Hixson Pike (423) 876-1922 Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy 2102 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 855-7400 abuelos.com Acropolis Mediterranean Grill 2213 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 899-5341 acropolisgrill.com Aji Peruvian Restaurant 5035 Ooltewah Ringgold Rd. (423) 396-3919 ajiperuvianrestaurant.com Alex’s Thai Food & Sushi Bistro 26 E Main St. (423) 803-0999 All-American Grilled Delivery 3507 Ringgold Rd. (423) 698-2040 all-americangrilleddelivery.com Alleia 25 E. Main St. (423) 305-6990 alleiarestaurant.com American Draft 1400 Market St. (423) 498-4001 choochoo.com Amigo Mexican Restaurant 5450 Hwy. 153 (423) 875-8049 5794 Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-5435 1906 Dayton Blvd. (423) 870-9928

We strive to make our listings accurate, but things change. We recommend you call in advance or visit websites before visiting any restaurant.

3805 Ringgold Rd. (423) 624-4345 amigorestaurantonline.com Ankar’s Downtown 510 Broad St. (423) 266-0017 Ankar’s Hoagies 5018 Hixson Pike (423) 876-7158 4764 Hwy. 58 (423) 894-3808 5966 Brainerd Rd. (423) 899-3074 ankarshoagiesonline.com Applebee’s 5606 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 553-9203 356 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 875-8353 2342 Shallowford Village Rd. (423) 499-1999 applebees.com Aretha Frankensteins 518 Tremont St. (423) 265-7685 arethas.com Armando’s 8018 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 899-3705 1814 E. Main St. (423) 629-9218 4767 Hwy. 58 (423) 894-1413 7330 Hixson Pike (423) 842-0479 7032 Lee Hwy. (423) 855-0772 1105 Lafayette Rd. (706) 861-2252 5700 Ringgold Rd. (423) 867-5950 Asia Buffet 6901 Lee Hwy., Ste. 112 (423) 499-8865 Ayala Mexican 1832 Taft Hwy. (423) 886-0063 Back Inn Café

412 E. 2nd St. (423) 265-5033 bluffviewartdistrict.com Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar 1924 Gunbarrel Rd. #104 (423) 475-5948 baddaddysburgerbar.com Bar Louie 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 855-4155 barlouieamerica.com Bea’s Restaurant 4500 Dodds Ave. (423) 867-3618 pulleybones.com Beast + Barrel 16 Frazier Ave. (423) 805-4599 beastandbarrel.com Beef O’Brady’s 5958 Snow Hill Rd. #100 (423) 910-0261 ooltewahbeefobradys.com Bela Lisboa 417 Frazier Ave. (423) 682-8365 belalisboa.com Biba’s Italian Restaurant 5918 Hixson Pike (423) 843-0001 bibasitalian.com Big Chill & Grill 103 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 267-2445 bigchillandgrill.com Big Jeff’s BBQ 4272 Bonny Oaks Dr. (423) 771-7814 Big River Grille & Brewing Works 222 Broad St. (423) 267-2739 2020 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 553-7723 bigrivergrille.com Big Table 118 Cross St. (423) 634-0772

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bigtable.net Blue Orleans Seafood Restaurant 1463 Market St. (423) 757-0088 blueorleansdowntown.com Blue Plate 191 Chestnut St. (423) 648-6767 theblueplate.info Bluegrass Grill 55 E. Main St. (423) 752-4020 bluegrassgrillchattanooga.com Bluewater Grille 224 Broad St. (423) 266-4200 bluewaterchattanooga.com Boathouse Rotisserie & Raw Bar 1459 Riverside Dr. (423) 622-0122 boathousechattanooga.com Boccaccia Restaurant 3077 S. Broad St. (423) 266-2930 boccacciarestaurant.com Bonefish Grille 2115 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 892-3175 bonefishgrill.com Bourbon Grill 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 468-2064 Broad Street Grille 1201 Broad St. (423) 424-3700 chattanooganhotel.com Brewhaus 224 Frazier Ave. (423) 531-8490 brewhausbar.com Bud’s Sports Bar 5751 Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-9878 budssportsbar.com Buffalo Wild Wings 120 Market St.

(423) 634-0468 5744 Hwy. 153 (423) 877-3338 buffalowildwings.com Buffet King 5230 Hwy. 153 (423) 877-8816 Café Lemont 801 Dodds Ave. (423) 629-1388 Café on the Corner 826 Scenic Hwy. (423) 825-5005 cafeonthecornerlookoutmountain.com Canyon Grill 28 Scenic Hwy. #189 (706) 398-9510 canyongrill.com Carrabba’s Italian Grill 2040 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 894-9970 carrabbas.com Cashew 149A River St. (423) 355-5486 cashewchattanooga.com Champy’s Famous Fried Chicken 526 E. MLK Blvd. (423) 752-9198 champyschicken.com Charlie’s Restaurant & Lounge 8504 Dayton Pike (423) 842-9744 charliesrestaurantlounge.com Chattanooga Billiard Club Downtown 725 Cherry St. (423) 267-7740 cbcburns.com Chattanooga Billiard Club East 110 Jordan Dr. (423) 499-3883 cbcburns.com Chattanooga Brewing Company 1804 Chestnut St. (423) 702-9958 chattabrew.com Chatter Box Cafe 1817 Market St. (423) 504-8927


Cheddar’s 2014 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 805-2233 cheddars.com Chef Lin Buffet 5084 South Terrace (423) 510-1998 cheflinbuffet.com Chicken Salad Chick 629 Market St., Ste. 101 (423) 668-0098 chickensaladchick.com 1820 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 468-3729 chickensaladchick.com China Cafeteria 511 Market St. (423) 265-1522 China Garden Restaurant 4839 Hwy. 58 (423) 894-6776 China Gourmet 321 Browns Ferry Rd., Ste. B (423) 821-8500 chinagourmetchattanooga.com China House 7601 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-8670 China Moon 5600 Brainerd Rd. (423) 893-8088 chinamoontn.net China Rose 9203 Lee Hwy. (423) 238-1268 gochinese.com Chili’s 408 Market St. (423) 265-1511 5637 Brainerd Rd. (423) 855-0376 1921 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 892-6319 123 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 877-4344 chilis.com Choo Choo Bar-B-Que 6410 Hixson Pike (423) 843-9554 3951 Ringgold Rd. (423) 629-1313 7910 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 553-8888 900 Appling St. (423) 622-1802 Chop House 2011 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 892-1222 thechophouse.com

Chubby’s Barbeque 3801 Rossville Blvd. (423) 867-4422 City Café Diner 901 Carter St. (423) 634-9191 7641 Lee Hwy. (423) 485-8222 citycafemenu.com HiFi Clyde’s 122 W. Main St. (423) 362-8335 hificlydeschattanooga.com Community Pie 850 Market St. (423) 486-1743 communitypie.com Conga Latin Food 26 E. Main St. (423) 201-4806 Cookout 5390 Hwy. 153 (866) 547-0011 5001 Brainerd Rd. (423) 893-0371 Couch’s Barbecue 8307 Old Lee Hwy. (423) 238-4801 Countryside Café 8223 Mahan Gap Rd. (423) 344-8646 countrysidecafe.net Coyote Jack’s 1400 Cowart St. (423) 668-6807 coyotejackssaloon.com Crazy Buffet 5104 Hixson Pike (423) 763-1311 Crust Pizza 3211 Broad St. (423) 756-4040 100 Signal Mtn. Rd. (423) 710-3780 crustpizza.com Daved’s Deli 7639 Middle Valley Rd. (423) 842-9088 Dish T’Pass 302 W. 6th St. (423) 309-5353 dishtpass.com Dixie BBQ 1530 W. Boy Scout Rd. (423) 842-4025 Dockside Café 8411 Harrison Bay Rd. (423) 344-9998 dockside-cafe.com Dorado Cuisine & Spirits

801 Pine St. (423) 531-4653 Dos Amigos 3208 Amnicola Hwy. (423) 495-1802 Dos Bros 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 803-4000 5591 Hwy 153 Ste. 160 (423) 498-2040 4450 Frontage Rd. NW (423) 464-5196 1700 Broad St. (423) 498-5600 Dub’s Place 4408 Dayton Blvd. (423) 875-3151 Easy Bistro & Bar 203 Broad St. (423) 266-1121 easybistro.com Edley’s BBQ 205 Manufacturer’s Rd. (423) 498-2772 edleysbbq.com/chattanooga Einstein Brothers Bagels 7737 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 355-5380 5237 Hixson Pike (423) 877-2447 einsteinbros.com El Cortes Mexican Restaurant 9203 Lee Hwy. (423) 238-6655 El Meson Restaurante Mexicano 2204 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 894-8726 248 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 710-1201 elmesonrestaurant.com El Metate 5922 Hixson Pike (423) 842-1400 9332 Dayton Pike (423) 332-3190 1238 Taft Hwy. (423) 886-0054 Embargo 62 301 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 551-4786 embargo62bar.com Epicurean Restaurant 4301 Ringgold Rd. (423) 622-4139 theepicureanrestaurant.com Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que 2122 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 954-3227 famousdaves.com

Fiamma Pizza Company 405 N. Market St. (423) 713-7742 Figgy’s Sandwich Shop 805 Chestnut St. (423) 266-8675 Firebirds Wood Fired Grill 2107 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 308-1090 firebirdsrestaurants.com Firehouse Subs 3849 Dayton Blvd. Ste. 101 423) 877-2345 6025 E. Brainerd Rd. Ste. 110 (423) 893-3473 1820 Gunbarrel Rd. Ste. 700 (423) 475-5491 5546 Hwy. 153 (423) 803-5999 firehousesubs.com Fireside Grille 3018 Cummings Hwy. (423) 821-9898 First Watch 1825 Gunbarrel Rd. #100 (423) 362-5951 300 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 763-1800 firstwatch.com Five Guys Burgers & Fries 124 Stuart Rd. (423) 476-4878 401 Broad St. (423) 531-8267 2020 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 664-3500 5110 Hixson Pike (423) 870-7772 fiveguys.com Flatiron Deli 706 Walnut St. (423) 266-2620 flatiron-deli.com Flying Squirrel Bar 55 Johnson St. (423) 602-5980 flyingsquirrelbar.com Food Works 205 Manufacturers Rd. (423) 752-7487 foodworksrestaurant.com Forbidden City 2273 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 305-1087 forbiddencitytn.com Formosa Restaurant 5425 Hwy. 153

(423) 875-6953 formosarestaurant.com Fortune House Restaurant 1238 Taft Hwy. (423) 517-8999 Fresh Pot Cafe 5425 Hwy. 153 (423) 805-3773 Frothy Monkey 1400 Market St. (423) 680-6343 frothymonkey.com Fuji Japanese Steak & Sushi 2207 Overnite Dr. (423) 892-2899 5437 Hwy. 153 (423) 531-3183 fujisteakchattanooga.com Hibachi Express 7401 E. Brainerd Rd. #100 (423) 508-8033 hibachiexpresschattanooga.com Glen Gene Deli 5748 Hwy. 153 (423) 877-9997 glengene.com Good Dog 34 Frazier Ave. (423) 475-6175 eatatgooddog.com Greek Plate Gyro’s 14 W. Kent St. (423) 541-1800 Greg’s Sandwich Works 6337 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 551-8634 gregssandwichworks.com Griffin Footlong Hot Dogs 847 E. Main St. (423) 265-5280 Hair of the Dog Pub 334 Market St. (423) 265-4615 hairofthedogpub.net Heaven & Ale 304 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 602-8286 heavenandalebrewing.com Heavenly Wings 5231 Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-9949 chattanoogawings.com Hennen’s Restaurant 193 Chestnut St. (423) 634-5160 hennens.net Herman’s Soul Food 3821 Brainerd Rd.

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(423) 624-5715 hermanssoulfood.com Hickory Pit BBQ 5611 Ringgold Rd. (423) 894-1217 hickorypitbarbecue.com Homefolks Restaurant 8981 Dayton Pike (423) 332-5724 Honest Pint 35 Patten Pkwy. (423) 468-4192 thehonestpint.com Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant 8652 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 899-4878 Hooters 5912 Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-8668 hooters.com Ice Cream Show 105 Walnut St. (423) 702-5173 theicecreamshow.com Ichiban Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 5621 Brainerd Rd. (423) 892-0404 5035 Hixson Pike (423) 875-047 5425 Hwy. 153 (423) 875-0404 yourichiban.com IL Primo 1100 Hixson Pike (423) 602-5555 primochattanooga.com Imperial Garden Restaurant 2288 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 499-9333 India Mahal Restaurant 5970 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 510-9651 Innside Restaurant 800 Chestnut St. (423) 266-7687 Jason’s Deli 2115 Gunbarrel Rd., #14 (423) 296-1096 jasonsdeli.com Jimmy John’s 973 Market St. (423) 305-6900 5111 Hixson Pike (423) 602-7827 330 Frazier Ave. (423) 682-7778 7407 Igou Gap Rd. (423) 803-1000

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jimmyjohns.com J Alexander’s Restaurant 2215 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 855-5559 jalexanders.com J. Gumbo’s 5123 Hixson Pike (423) 760-3995 jgumbos.com Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint 818 Georgia Ave. (423) 682-8198 Jack’s 3530 Cummings Hwy. (423) 821-6888 eatatjacks.com Jefferson’s 618 Georgia Ave. (423) 710-1560 jeffersonsrestaurant.com Jenkins Country Style Buffet 4134 Ringgold Rd. (423) 629-5449 jenkinsbuffet.com Jersey Mike’s 5510 Hwy. 153 (423) 321-8145 2260 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 286-5133 5975 Elementary Way (423) 521-5292 jerseymikes.com Jet’s Pizza 3600 Hixson Pike (423) 757-1616 jetspizza.com Kabob-ster 1408 Gunbarrel Rd., #111 (423) 475-5370 kabob-ster.com Kacey Home Cooking 6921 Lee Hwy. (423) 490-0896 kaceyhomecooking.com Kanpai of Tokyo 2200 Hamilton Pl. Blvd. (423) 855-8204 kanpaioftokyo.com Karl’s Family Restaurant 5100 Hixson Pike (423) 875-5506 Kenny’s Southside Sandwiches 1251 Market St. (423) 498-5888 kennyssandwiches.com Kumo Hibachi & Sushi

6025 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 468-3385 kumochattanooga.com La Altena 8644 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 893-9047 314 W. Main St. (423) 266-7595 615 Commercial Ln. (423) 877-1477 Lakeshore Grille 5600 Lake Resort Terrace (423) 710-2057 lakeshoregrille.com Las Margaritas 1101 Hixson Pike (423) 756-3332 4604 Skyview Dr. (423) 892-3065 Lenny’s Grill & Subs 1913 Gunbarrel Rd. #101 (423) 899-5539 5659 Brainerd Rd. (901) 753-4002 lennys.com Lillie Mae’s Place 4712 Dayton Blvd. (423) 875-8999 Little Tokyo Express 4516 Hixson Pike (423) 874-0500 Local 191 191 Chestnut St. (423) 648-6767 local191.com Logan’s Roadhouse 3592 Cummings Hwy. (423) 821-2948 504A Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 875-4443 logansroadhouse.com Lois’s Lounge & Restaurant 3013 Dodson Ave. (423) 698-4982 Longhorn Steakhouse 5771 Brainerd Rd. (423) 490-0573 5583 Hwy. 153 (423) 870-2722 longhornsteakhouse.com Los 3 Amigos 3536 Cummings Hwy. (423) 521-7676 Los Potros 5611 Ringgold Rd. (423) 296-2229 lospotrosrestaurant.com Lucky’s Bar & Grill 2536 Cummings Hwy. (423) 825-5145


Lupi’s Pizza Pies 406A Broad St. (423) 266-5874 2382 N. Ocoee St. (423) 476-9464 5504 Hixson Pike (423) 847-3700 1414 Jenkins Rd. (423) 855-4104 9453 Bradmore Ln. (423) 602-7499 lupi.com Mad Philly 5959 Shallowford Rd. (423) 531-9449 Maggie G’s 400 E. MLK Blvd. (423) 757-7722 Main Street Meats 217 E. Main St. (423) 602-9568 mainstreetmeatschatt.com Maple Street Biscuit Company 407 Broad St. (423) 362-5380 2114 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 713-9368 maplestreetbiscuits.com Marsha’s Backstreet Café 5032 Brainerd Rd. (423) 485-7911 Mary’s Lounge 2125 McCallie Ave. (423) 493-0246 Mayan Kitchen 507 Broad St. (423) 682-7835 mayankitchen.com Mayo’s Restaurant & Lounge 3820 Brainerd Rd. (423) 624-0034 McAlister’s Deli 2288 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 510-8299 541 Signal Mountain Rd. (423) 265-2003 mcalistersdeli.com Mean Mug 114 W. Main St. (423) 825-4206 205 Manufacturer’s Rd. (423) 498-1157 meanmugcoffee.com Mellow Mushroom 205 Broad St. (423) 266-5564 2318 Lifestyle Way (423) 468-3737 mellowmushroom.com

Memo’s 430 E. MLK Blvd. (423) 267-7283 Merv’s Burgers 8968 Dayton Pike (423) 451-3033 33 Legion St. (706) 952-2202 Merv’s Restaurant 713 Mountain Creek Rd. (423) 877-0221 Mexiville 809 Market St. (423) 805-7444 mexivilletn.com Mexi-Wing VII 5773 Brainerd Rd. (423) 296-1073 mexi-wingchattanooga.com Mike’s Hole in the Wall 525 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 475-5259 mikesholeinthewall.com Milk and Honey 135 N. Market St. (423) 521-3123 milkandhoneychattanooga.com Mimi’s Deli 5023 Hixson Pike (423) 877-8700 Mindy B’s Deli 828 Georgia Ave. (423) 521-7932 mindybsdeli.com Mission BBQ 1926 Gunbarrel Rd. #108 (423) 933-3098 mission-bbq.com Moe’s Southwest Grill 1820 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 553-6930 5510 Hwy. 153 (423) 875-8757 moeschattanooga.com Mojo Burrito 3950 Tennessee Ave. (423) 822-6656 1800 Dayton Blvd. (423) 870-6656 9447 Bradmore Ln. (423) 531-6656 mojoburrito.com Molcajete Mexican Restaurant 6231 Perimeter Dr. #127 (423) 760-8200 molcajeterestauranttn.com Moss Place II 711 Tunnel Blvd. (423) 493-9006 mossplace2.com

Mountain City Club 729 Chestnut St. (423) 756-5584 mountaincityclub.org Mr. T’s Pizza & Ice Cream 3924 Tennessee Ave. (423) 821-5084 mrtspizza.com Ms. Debbie’s Nightlife Lounge 4762 Hwy. 58 (423) 485-0966 Mrs. B’s Reggae Cafe 3103 Broad St. (423) 702-5808 mrsbsreggaecafe.com Naked River Brewing Co. 1791 Reggie White Blvd. (423) 541-1131 nakedriverbrewing.com New China Buffet & Grill 3536 Cummings Hwy. (423) 821-6988 531 Signal Mountain Rd. (423) 756-8788 newchinabuffechattanooga.com New China Restaurant 3710 Ringgold Rd. (423) 495-1818 1900 Broad St. (423) 267-5941 New York Pizza Dept. 5731 Hwy. 153 (423) 531-8830 indoughwecrust.com Nick’s Deli & Marketplace 5149 Hixson Pike (423) 877-5818 Niedlov’s Breadworks 215 E. Main St. (423) 756-0303 niedlovs.com Nikki’s Drive Inn 899 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 265-9015 Noodles & Pho 5450 Hwy. 153 (423) 531-3462 Nooga-Q Smokehouse & Grille 301 Signal Mtn. Rd. (423) 752-1935 nooga-q.com Nourishpoint 1308 Hanover St. (423) 498-2900 nourishpoint.com O’Charley’s 5031 Hixson Pike (423) 877-8966 2340 Shallowford Village Dr.

(423) 892-3343 ocharleys.com Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom 250 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 877-3450 2006 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 352-9095 oldchicago.com Old Saigon 2601 Dayton Blvd. (423) 876-0322 Olive Garden 2200 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 899-7707 5525 Hwy. 153 (423) 877-7704 olivegarden.com Outback Steakhouse 501 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 870-0980 2120 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 899-2600 outback.com Panera Bread 417 Market St. (423) 266-2253 620 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 877-0223 1810 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 899-2253 panerabread.com Parkway Pourhouse 801 Riverfront Pkwy. (423) 498-5300 parkwaypourhouse.com Penn Station East Coast Subs 5241 Hwy. 153 (423) 485-3536 penn-station.com P.F. Chang’s 2110 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 242-0045 pfchangs.com Pickle Barrel 1012 Market St. (423) 266-1103 picklebarreltn.com Pizza Brothers 501 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 269-7900 Pizzeria Cortile 4400 Dayton Blvd. (423) 682-8278 pizzeriacortile.com Poblano’s Mexican Cuisine 551 River St. (423) 490-7911 poblanoschattanooga.com

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Portobello’s Italian Restaurant and Pizzaria 4976 Hwy. 58 (423) 499-6001 portobelloschattanooga.com Portofino Italian Restaurant 6407 Ringgold Rd. (423) 499-9696 portofinoschatt.com Provino’s Italian Restaurant 5084 S. Terrace (423) 899-2559 provinos.com Public House 1110 Market St. (423) 266-3366 publichousechattanooga.com Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant 1041 W. Aquarium Way #110 (423) 708-8505 puckettsgro.com Purple Daisy Picnic Cafe 4001 St. Elmo Ave. (423) 822-6477 purpledaisycafe.com Rafael’s Italian Restaurant 3877 Hixson Pike (423) 508-8561 9607 Dayton Pike (423) 332-4559 orderrafaelsitalian.com Rain Thai Bistro 6933 Lee Hwy. (423) 386-5586 rainthaibistro.com Red Lobster 2131 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 870-2371 2200 Bams Dr. (423) 490-3488 redlobster.com Red Robin 2100 Hamilton Pl. Blvd. (423) 296-2520 redrobin.com Rib and Loin 5946 Brainerd Rd. (423) 499-6465 5435 Hwy. 153 (423) 877-7675 ribandloin.com Rice Box 3600 Hixson Pike, #104 (423) 305-0855 riceboxchattanooga.com

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Ricko’s Pizzeria and Italian Cuisine 10330 Dayton Pike (423) 682-8050 River Street Deli 151 River St. (423) 756-3354 riverstreet-deli.com Riverside Catfish House 18039 Hwy. 41 (423) 821-9214 Rob’s Restaurant & Lounge 5308 Dayton Blvd. (423) 875-6164 Rodizio Grill 439 Broad St. (423) 777-4999 2100 Hamilton Pl. Blvd. (423) 498-3999 rodiziogrill.com Ruby Tuesday 5595 Hwy. 153 (423) 875-2480 rubytuesday.com Rumors 3884 Hixson Pike (423) 870-3003 Ruth’s Chris Steak House 2321 Lifestyle Way (423) 602-5900 ruthschris.net Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina 2115 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 894-7144 252 Northgate Mall Dr. (423) 661-8600 9032 Old Lee Hwy. (423) 910-5167 salsaritas.com Sawasdee Thai Restaurant 4008 St. Elmo Ave. (423) 822-9001 Scottie’s Diner 8855 Dayton Pike (423) 498-1659 Scottie’s on the River 495 Riverfront Pkwy. (423) 269-7487 scottiesontheriver.net Sekisui 1120 Houston St. (423) 267-4600 sekisuiusa.com Seoul: Korean and Vietnamese Cuisine 6231 Perimeter Dr.

(423) 855-9113 Shane's Rib Shack 9448 Bradnmore Ln., #108 (423) 591-7427 shanesribshack.com Shogun Japanese Steak & Sushi 1806 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 296-6500 shogunchattanooga.com Shuford’s BBQ 11320 Dayton Pike (423) 451-7102 Shuford’s Smokehouse 924 Signal Mountain Rd. (423) 267-0080 shufordsbbq.com Sidetrack Restaurant 3514 Hixson Pike (423) 414-2690 sidetrackhere.com Silhouette's Bikini Sports Bar & Grill 1401 E. 23rd St. (423) 622-6734 Sing It or Wing It 410 Market St. (423) 757-9464 singitorwingitchattanooga.com Sitar Indian Cuisine 200 Market St. (423) 894-9696 sitarchattanooga.com Sky Zoo 5709 Lee Hwy. (423) 521-2966 chattazooga.com Slick’s Burgers 309 E. Main St. (423) 760-4878 Sluggo’s North Vegetarian Cafe 505 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 752-5224 Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill 2225 Gunbarrel Rd. (423) 893-7850 smokeybones.com Sofa King Juicy Burger 1743 Dayton Blvd. (423) 490-7632 sofakingjuicyburger.com Solarium Cafe 122 E. 10th St. (423) 710-2925 solariumcafe.com Southern Burger Co.


9453 Bradmore Ln. #101 (423) 825-4919 southernburgerco.com Southern Star 1300 Broad St. (423) 267-8899 southernstarrestaurant.com Southern Traditions Restaurant 3224 Dayton Blvd. (423) 877-9295 Southside Pizza 612 E. Main St. (423) 498-2193 Southside Saloon and Bistro 1301 Chestnut St. (423) 757-4730 southsidesaloonandbistro.com Southside Social 1818 Chestnut St. (423) 708-3280 thesouthsidesocial.com State of Confusion 301 E. Main St. (423) 760-3473 soconfusion.com Steamboat Super Sandwiches 5950 Shallowford Rd. (423) 499-6355 812 Broad St. (423) 756-8388 Sticky Fingers 2031 Hamilton Place Blvd. (423) 899-7427 420 Broad St. (423) 265-7427 stickyfingers.com St. Elmo Deli & Grill 3931 St. Elmo Ave. (423) 825-5555 elmodeli.com St. John’s Meeting Place 1274 Market St. (423) 266-4571 stjohnsrestaurant.com St. John’s Restaurant 1278 Market St. (423) 266-4400 stjohnsrestaurant.com Stir 1444 Market St. (423) 531-7847 stirchattanooga.com Sugar’s Ribs 2450 15th Ave. (423) 826-1199 sugarsribs.com Sushi Nabe

110 River St. (423) 634-0171 sushinabe.com Sweet Basil Thai Cuisine 5845 Brainerd Rd. (423) 485-8836 sweetbasilthaicuisine.com Tacos El Cunao 5813 Lee Hwy. Ste. 4 (423) 244-0281 Taco Mamacita 109 N. Market St. (423) 648-6262 tacomamacita.com Taco Roc 6960 Lee Hwy. (423) 653-1001 Taco Mac 423 Market St. (423) 267-8226 tmacrestaurants.com Taconooga 207 A Frazier Ave. (423) 757-5550 8174 E. Brainerd Rd. (423) 475-6192 taconooga.com Taco Town 4812 Hixson Pike (423) 870-0909 TakoYaki 172 Old Mouse Creek Rd. (423) 728-3010 gotakoyaki.com Taqueria Jalisco 1634 Rossville Ave. (423) 509-3430 850 Market St. (423) 362-8056 Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe 432 Market St. (423) 779-3100 2020 Gunbarrel Rd., #120 (423) 443-4479 tazikiscafe.com Terminal Brewhouse 1464 Market St. (423) 752-8090 terminalbrewhouse.com Terra Nostra Tapas & Wine Bar 105 Frazier Ave. (423) 634-0238 terranostratapas.com Texas Roadhouse 7035 Amin Dr. (423) 899-8293 5632 Hwy. 153 (423) 680-6388

texasroadhouse.com Thai Smile 219 Market St. (423) 266-2333 thaismile-restaurant.com The Bitter Alibi 825 Houston St. (423) 362-5070 thebitteralibi.com The Curry Pot 6940 Lee Hwy. (423) 648-5069 currypotcuisine.com The Daily Ration 1220 Dartmouth St. (423) 355-5372 thedailyrationchattanooga.com The Foundry 1201 Broad St. (423) 424-3775 chattanooganhotel.com The Hot Chocolatier 1437 Market St. (423) 266-3066 thehotchocolatier.com The Long Horn Restaurant 129 N. Market St. (423) 265-2354 The Social 1110 Market St. (423) 266-3366 publichousechattanooga.com The Palms at Hamilton 6925 Shallowford Rd. (423) 499-5055 thepalmsathamilton.com Tony’s Pasta Shop & Trattoria 212 High St. (423) 265-5033 bluffviewartdistrict.com Totto Sushi Bar & Grill 330 Frazier Ave. #124 (423) 508-8898 tottonooga.com Toscano Italian Grill 6219 Lee Hwy. (423) 805-3888 toscanositaliangrilltn.com Touchdown Wings 4921 Brainerd Rd. (423) 508-8682 touchdownwings.com Trailhead Juice 3211 Broad St. (423) 803-6211 trailheadjuice.com Tremont Tavern 1203 Hixson Pike (423) 266-1996

tremonttavern.com Tupelo Honey 1110 Market St. (423) 779-0400 tupelohoneycafe.com Two Ten Jack 1110 Market St. (423) 551-8799 twotenjack.com Typhoon Of Tokyo 3953 Dayton Blvd. (423) 875-6142 Uncle Maddio's Pizza 1924 Gunbarrel Rd., #110 (423) 847-4992 unclemaddios.com Universal Joint 532 Lookout St. (423) 468-3725 ujchattanooga.com Urban Stack Burger Lounge 12 W. 13th St. (423) 475-5350 urbanstack.com Vibrant Meals 601 Cherokee Blvd. (423) 301-5622 myvibrantmeals.com Vine St. Market 1313 Hanover St. (423) 266-8463 vinestreetmarket.com Wally’s Restaurant 1600 McCallie Ave. (423) 698-4643 6521 Ringgold Rd. (423) 899-6151 wallysrest.com Walt’s Karaoke Café 6238 Bonny Oaks Dr. (423) 485-9080 waltskaraoke.com Whitebird 102 Walnut St. (423) 713-5900 whitebirdchattanooga.com Willie’s Deli 7701 Lee Hwy. (423) 336-8008 Wimpie’s 9826 Dayton Pike (423) 332-6201 Yellow Deli 737 McCallie Ave. (423) 468-177 yellowdeli.com Zarzour’s Cafe 1627 Rossville Ave. (423) 266-0424

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Chattanooga's Premier Restaurant Guide