This 1930's bungalow-style house is now home to some of the best-baked breads, pastries and cookies to be found in the North Shore district. An arrangement of tables and chairs (and a swing for the little ones) provide seating for diners beneath large shade trees. Oak top tables highlight the cozy indoor setting, as well as old-fashioned globe ceiling lamps and hardwood floors. The tomato and basil soup with real cream is one of the many wonderful soups that change daily. The chive turkey sandwich served on a freshly baked roll is delectable. An assortment of Boar's Head meats and cheeses are available, along with catering options and gift certificates.
Piñatas and multi-color lighting sets the stage for a fun fiesta! Start with a signature Margarita to accompany tortilla chips and Las Margaritas' own salsa, a delightful blend of whole tomatoes, cilantro, onion, jalapenos and spices. Then try the Chicken a la Palapa: grilled chicken topped with vegetables sautéed in red wine, lathered in cheese and served with refried beans and Mexican rice.
When a fire claimed this Chattanooga landmark in 1998 local residents feared a part of the their lives would be gone forever. Fortunately, a new restaurant. with an expanded menu rose from the ashes and Chattanooga diners are happier than ever.Southern-style breakfast is a favorite here with biscuits and gravy, sausage, eggs and grits. Meaty sandwiches, fried chicken and fresh vegetables are lunch and dinner favorites. Soft drinks and iced tea are served in this family restaurant, but no alcohol.
Laughter may be the best medicine, but it won't curb a hungry appetite. That is why the owners of the Comedy Catch opened this fun cafe on the first floor of the comedy club. Savory steak and hearty sandwiches are on the menu and everything can be eaten in the dining room or upstairs while you wait for the comedian to take the stage. A wide selection of wine and beer, along with cocktails, make this the beginning of an evening filled with food and fun.
Are you thinking about dinner tonight, maybe a movie afterwards? Why not break from tradition and enjoy an evening of dinner theater? Order a sumptuous meal while enjoying the relaxed and casual atmosphere. You can see shows like "Rocky Horror Picture Show," "The Graduate," "The Birdcage," and more. They also have an elaborate tearoom that can be rented out for private parties and make most little girls' dreams come true. Check website for calendar of events.
Stylishly designed haven, with numerous signs from local tourist attractions and strings of neon cover walls and ceiling. Pizzas such as The Coolidge Park Pie and The Lookout Mountain reflect the culinary character of the Scenic City. Personal-sized pan pizzas, medium pizzas, and large pizzas average $5, $10, and $15 respectively. And with such rare toppings as artichoke hearts, breaded eggplant, and zucchini, each bite is sure to be an adventure! Sandwiches, pastas, and a wide assortment of beers are available.
Right across the street from the University of Tennessee campus sits a haven for everyone looking for the college campus experience and great pizza. Gold and blue décor (University of Tennessee colors) highlight this restaurant while plenty of Mocs photographs and posters can be found distributed throughout. A wide variety of pizzas and calzones are available with various toppings. There is also non-traditional fare such as the falafel ($2.75) and eggplant Parmesan hero's ($4.99) both served with a variety of imaginative appetizers. Deli subs and sandwiches are popular items on the menu. The dinner menu features delicious baked ziti with a tasty Bolognese sauce with ricotta and mozzarella cheese ($5.49). Top it all off with a slice of baklava ($1) or Oreo Cheesecake ($2).
From starving locals to wannabes to wealthy millionaires, people throng at The North Chatt Cat for delectable burgers offered at great prices. This place simply can not be missed! Located just across the Walnut Street Bridge, it's also an awesome place to unwind with your favorite drink in hand. It lures the high-roller crowd with friendly service and a casual yet inviting atmosphere. Pick your meal and sit outside.
Providing an exceptional view of the Tennessee River, this fine establishment is a treat for the eyes as well as the palate. The experience is a culinary bistro delight with a definite Italian flair. A perfect example is the Cioppino, a wondrous blend of salmon, shrimp, calamari, mussels and tomatoes perfectly seasoned with saffron and served with freshly made risotto. This, as well as an impressive assortment of wine and beer, makes it a fabulous choice for any special occasion.
Surrounded by rich dark paneling, oil paintings and cut-glass windows, you will enjoy one of the best buffet brunches to be found in Chattanooga (or anywhere else for that matter). The buffet features assorted salads, fresh fruit, choice meat cuts with complimentary sauces, pastas, entrées, omelets made to order, breads prepared by a fourth generation French pastry chef and exquisite desserts. This elegant dining experience is a must for your Sunday afternoon enjoyment.
This tiny eatery is only slightly larger than a shoe box, but the portions and simple goodness are big. Thick, juicy burgers and meaty sandwiches are typical lunch selections and the small breakfast menu satisfies early hunger pains. Popular with the city's "power brokers" and "average Joe's," it is not unusual to find construction workers and judges dining side by side. More than a meal, this is a piece of Chattanooga's history.
A wondrously renovated carriage house provides the setting with outdoor terrace seating or indoor seating in the hardwood loft. Pastas and sumptuous sauces, including, sun-dried tomato & artichoke and smoked salmon cream, are made fresh daily. A tempting salad or a hearty robust soup du jour may begin the meal; or you may be content with the delicious loaf of bread that accompanies every meal along with the rosemary oil and parmesan.