A unique interpretation of rustic Italian cuisine, using local ingredients to create an evolving menu. Alleia boasts seven types of house made pasta and a custom brick oven that reaches 750 degrees for pizza making.
Punk rock & pancakes. Located in a sleepy residential neighborhood, their thick pancake stacks and loaded breakfast biscuits never disappoint. Plus a box of their pancake mix makes a perfect Chattanooga souvenir.
USDA Prime Beef and Chops and the freshest seafood in Chattanooga, including a grand seafood tower, raw oysters, and a variety of fresh fish. The restaurant also offers the city’s largest and most diverse wine list.
Chattanooga's finest plant-based vegan dishes and baked goods. Cashew specializes in serving delicious, healthy, plant-based food in a relaxed, chill atmosphere. You won't believe that their chocolate cake is 100% vegan.
Local, handmade, small batch ice cream with a variety of rotating seasonal flavors. Have a cone at one of their three locations (Northshore, Southside, and St. Elmo) or bring home a few pints back to your cabin.
One of our personal favorites is Common Table, a restaurant that prides itself on its farm-to-table approach. The menu is a unique blend of global cuisine, including burgers and wood-fired pizza. All of the ingredients used are fresh and organic, sourced from Farm 58 in Sequatchie Valley.
Full-service restaurant featuring handcrafted Neapolitan, New York, and Detroit style pizzas, homemade gelato and a full bar with 40 draft beers. Diners can enjoy open-air dining on the all-weather patio.
Locally owned neighborhood restaurant with a seasonal menu of inventive cuisine cooked simply and deliciously in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Specializing in farm to table favorites with a unique twist.
The best spot for simple, classic southern cuisine, and home of Chattanooga's only authentic Nashville Hot Chicken. They offer six different heat levels of their secret seasoning, ranging from Sprinkle to Oh Hale Naw!
Eclectic Southern comfort food with craft beer & cocktails. Since 2013, Flying Squirrel has served creative, seasonal fare in a laid-back, beautiful setting in the heart of Chattanooga’s Southside neighborhood.
Some of the best Asian food in Chattanooga Han-Mi serves up traditional Korean food with an American twist. We highly recommend their Pork Belly bibibop. The food tend to be spicy, but can be made mild by request.
They do one thing and they do it really well, burgers. Their burgers are unique and crave-able. They stock an exciting variety of all styles of craft beer, ranging from local darlings to rare beers from around the world.
This place offers French and Creole inspired breakfast and lunch staples in a casual, unassuming atmosphere. Staring chef Kenny's house made meats and sides, the menu showcases the best of fresh, local ingredients from the area.
Your classic Mexican restaurant. Enjoy traditional Mexican plates, margaritas, cervezas and all the chips & salsa you can eat, served in a colorful, laid-back joint with both indoor and covered sidewalk seating.
Part neighborhood butcher shop, part restaurant and part whiskey bar focusing on products and ingredients sourced from the Tennessee River Valley. Main Street Meats offers traditional American fare with a local twist.
Once the headquarters of Gilman Paint, this historic building now offers a fresh take on French & American cuisine with a chef-inspired menu, innovative cocktails, and an extensive list of wines & spirts.
You'll feel like you've been transported to a small town in Greece as you dine family-style in their courtyard. A fixed price gets you a chef-curated multi-course feast. It's a little bit pricey, but well worth it!
A low-key establishment, just off Lookout Mountian in the historic St. Elmo neighborhood, preparing homestyle Thai fare, from noodles, stir-fries & curries to dessert.Try the Mango Sticky rice for a sweet treat.
Love, Peace, and Burger Grease! This chill, industrial-style hangout is built around a retro 1950's food truck. Their inventive burgers that can be customized in every way and they feature live music on the weekends
The biggest pies in Chattanooga, Southside serves up thin crust New York Style pizza in 16" and 20" or by the individual slice. Dine inside, out on their covered patio, or get your pizza to-go or delivered.
One of Chattanooga's most acclaimed restaurant, St. John's serves inventive American cuisine from Chef Patrick Sawyer in an elegant, historic setting. A remarkable dining experience with an extensive wine selection.
Sometimes you feel like a Java Chip Frappuccino and a Spinach Feta Wrap. Luckily there is a Starbuck on Lookout Mountain, about a 10 minute drive. Bonus Points: It's probably the only Starbucks that looks like a castle.
A delightful family owned and operated Japanese Restaurant located right next to Coolidge Park in Northshore. Sushi Nabe has been offering authentic Japanese cuisine and fresh hand rolled sushi since 1994.
Tex-Mex at it's finest, this eatery features a modern, eclectic menu where the taco is supreme, with a full bar and covered patio. Everything is made fresh, in house daily (including their famous margaritas).
Taqueria Jalisco started in 2005 in a small red food truck on the Southside of Chattanooga. Now they're a full service Restaurant, Tequila & Mezcal bar serving uplifted Mexican fair with a modern twist.
Home to some of Chattanooga's best hamburgers, Tremont is a hidden gem. In addition to their to burger, this family friendly neighborhood pub has a fantastic beer selection and a laid-back, welcoming atmosphere.