About Chattanooga

Since its humble beginnings as a landing on the Tennessee River, the city founded by Cherokee leader John Ross has seen tremendous growth in both size and population. Each district of the city has its own history and atmosphere. From the tourist-friendly plazas of the Downtown Riverfront to the breathtaking beauty of Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga is home to several distinct communities, each of which contributes to the personality and character of this sleepy Southern town that suddenly grew up.

Downtown

Unlike many cities in the United States, Chattanooga's downtown enjoys a vibrant nightlife. More and more people are returning downtown to live, work and play, and with good reason. Deluxe accommodations, more than 100 shops and restaurants, dozens of music venues and museums, and extensive public transportation combine to make the area between the Riverfront and Lookout Mountain attractive to visitors and residents.

The catalysts for this resurgence of tourism and economic growth downtown are the Riverfront and the Tennessee Aquarium. Once the site of an abandoned industrial river port, the banks of the Tennessee River now welcome people, not barges. The Tennessee Aquarium is the largest freshwater aquarium in the country and features sea and land animals indigenous to the Tennessee River. More than two million people visited the aquarium in 1990, its first year of operation. Today, the aquarium, along with its state-of-the-art IMAX 3D, attracts one million visitors each year.

A visit downtown isn't all about fish and 3D movies, though. The famed Chattanooga Choo Choo provides visitors a glimpse of the past, when the romance of the railroad lured men and women away from their homes in order to embark on a new adventure. AT&T Field is the baseball stadium for the Chattanooga Lookouts minor league team.

Art lovers will enjoy a visit to the Hunter Museum of American Art, a beautiful Civil War mansion that houses both traditional and contemporary works from local and national artists. The Southern Belle Riverboat offers visitors a tour of Chattanooga aboard a luxury paddle steamer, and the Nightfall Concert Series brings the best of rock, pop, country and jazz to the Miller Plaza stage.

Lookout Mountain

Nearly as familiar as the Choo Choo is the little red barn with the words 'See Rock City' painted on its roof. Appearing all over the United States, these painted barns have proven to be effective advertising campaigns for more than five decades. Rock City is a beautiful collection of gardens atop Lookout Mountain that provides stunning views of the city and a break from the busy world below. Rock City is one of many popular sites atop the mountain. Ruby Falls is an underground waterfall located half a mile below the surface of the mountain; the walking tour to the falls offers a beautiful look inside one of the largest caverns in the Southeast. Point Park is the site of one of the bloodiest battles in the United States Civil War. Northern armies crept up the mountain under the cover of clouds and engaged the Confederate soldiers in a tremendous battle for the "lookout" point of the Chattanooga armies. For a non-traditional ascent of the mountain, ride the Incline Railway, which offers a mile-long trip aboard an antique rail car that traveling along the eastern incline of the mountain.

North Shore

Chattanooga's North Shore is the latest in a string of local success stories. Once a forgotten industrial site filled with warehouses and shipping yards, the area has been transformed into a tourist Mecca with specialty shops offering everything from caviar to kayaks. In its new home on the North Shore, The Chattanooga Theatre Centre offers Broadway-caliber productions year round. Coolidge Park offers miles of riverfront walking paths and cafes, along with the wildly popular Coolidge Park Carousel and Fountains. The classic, century-old merry-go-round features hand-carved horses and sleds that were restored right here in Chattanooga. The fountains include huge water-spewing lions, tigers and bears used to help cool youngsters during the hot summer months. The Walnut Street Bridge spans the majestic Tennessee River and connects the North Shore to Chattanooga's downtown area. Once a vital roadway for local auto traffic, the bridge is now only open to foot traffic and is the nation's longest pedestrian walkway.

Hamilton Place

Not long ago, the Hamilton Place area consisted mostly of failing farmland. Today it is Chattanooga's fastest growing suburban neighborhood and the site of Tennessee's largest shopping experience. The transformation began when Hamilton Place Mall opened its doors to anxious shoppers looking for an alternative to Atlanta shopping malls. The largest shopping mall in the Southeast, Hamilton Place is home to department stores such as Dillard's and Parisian and specialty stores such as The Gap and Eddie Bauer. More than 100 stores, along with dozens of eateries and movie screens, provide not only entertainment and shopping to local residents, but to hundreds of thousands of visitors as well.

  • Tennessee Aquarium

    1 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 800 262 0695 (Toll Free)
    Start at the top of a raging river and then delve beneath the surface to discover all the life that teems within. It is all a part of the experience of the world's largest freshwater aquarium. Within the 12-story structure, you will see birds, snakes, river otters and turtles in their natural habitats, as well as fish indigenous to the Tennessee River.
  • Chattanooga Visitor Center

    2 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687
    The Chattanooga Visitor Center is located next door to the city's most popular landmark, the Tennessee Aquarium, offering visitors valuable tourist information. From planning a romantic dinner to a productive fishing expedition, the friendly staff will help you select the activities and tours you will enjoy the most. Once you work out the itinerary, it's time to see the sights. Shuttles leave from the Visitor Center and travel all the way to the famed Choo Choo on the other side of town, making stops every block or so. You can see all the downtown attractions and never move your car. The center is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Bessie Smith Hall

    200 East Martin Luther King Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687
    As many jazz music enthusiasts know, the legendary singer, Bessie Smith, began her career in Chattanooga. Her distinctive style and passionate vocals brought her fame in the music world. Today she is memorialized in a special museum that pays tribute to her life and career. The Hall features live jazz and blues performances by local and national artists and a library of musical and historical writings. A separate exhibit hall is available for conventions and special events.
  • Chattanooga Ducks

    503 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 3825
    Tired of the same old bus tours? Take a ride on the most unique tour in town. The Ducks, amphibious vehicles, pick up passengers and offer narrated tours on both land and on the Tennessee River. This unforgettable tour is a great outing for kids of all ages who enjoy something out of the ordinary.
  • Walnut Street Bridge

    1 Walnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 643 6096
    Erected in 1890, the Walnut Street Bridge was the first to connect Chattanooga's downtown with the North Shore. Structural modifications have been made to turn the bridge into what is now a pedestrian walkway. The 1/2-mile span is the longest pedestrian bridge in the world and very popular among local residents. Providing spectacular views of Coolidge Park, the Tennessee Aquarium and the Riverfront, the bridge is available for weddings and special events.
  • Bluff View Art District

    411 East 2nd Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 5033 / +1 800 725 8338
    Perched atop the rocky cliffs overlooking the Tennessee River is the Bluff View Art District, Chattanooga's address for fine art and sculpture. Visitors desiring accommodations off the beaten path can sleep in luxury at the Bluff View Inn Bed and Breakfast and enjoy a meal at one of the area's restaurants. Evenings, partake of the coffee houses and nightlife, and afternoons can be spent strolling through the sculpture garden.
  • Coolidge Park

    150 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 643 6050
    Once an abandoned shipping yard, Coolidge Park has carried the spirit of revitalization from downtown to the North Shore. The park features a century-old, hand-carved carousel. A large fountain with stone horses, lions and sea turtles sprays water to cool youngsters on hot summer afternoons. A large common area along the riverfront allows for games, picnics and relaxing afternoons. Two stages and a pavilion area offer space for weddings and other special events. Park admission is free. Fee to rent the stage or pavilion.
  • Southern Belle Riverboat

    201 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 4488
    In the 1800s, when Chattanooga was little more than a river landing, luxury riverboats chugged up and down the Tennessee River. Preserving some of the area's history, this 500-passenger riverboat carries hundreds of passengers on daily excursions including breakfast and dinner cruises. This large vessel has three decks, with the upper deck providing scenic views. Tickets vary in price, depending on the length and type of cruise. Charters available.
  • Ruby Falls

    1720 South Scenic Highway Chattanooga, TN 37409 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 2544
    Take a half-mile walk into the center of Lookout Mountain to the largest underground waterfall in the United States. This 145-foot fall funnels 300 gallons of water per minute into a subterranean river. The gorgeous falls are highlighted with colored lights and a reflecting pool. There is a 10-story observation tower, Ruby Falls Fun Forest for kids, and walking tour through the caverns, which lasts one and one-half hours.
  • Point Park and Ochs Museum

    110 Point Park Road Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 7786
    During the United States Civil War, the Confederate armies of Chattanooga used the East Brow of Lookout Mountain as their lookout point. The panoramic view of the valley gave the Confederates an advantage over any approaching Union Army. However, during the bloody battle for Chattanooga, the northern troops waited for the clouds to fall upon the point and advanced under the cloud cover. Before the Southern troops knew what was happening, their fate was sealed. This park and museum commemorates this struggle for visual superiority. The Confederates were defeated and the post captured, but it was a valiant battle now known as the Battle Above the Clouds.
  • Incline Railway

    827 East Brow Road Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 4224
    Long ago, the only way to reach the top of Lookout Mountain was via this mile-long railroad. Today, it is still a popular way to ascend the heights, but by tourists, not residents. The ride aboard the original rail cars provides a gorgeous view of the valley below and the ridge above. An informative narration along the ride tells the history of both the mountain and the railway. Fresh squeezed lemonade, tasty fudge and a gift shop are inside the station at the top. Once you are finished shopping, you're ready to visit a number of Lookout Mountain attractions including Rock City, Ruby Falls or Point Park.
  • Rock City Gardens

    1400 Patten Road Lookout Mountain, GA 30750 United States - Phone: +1 706 820 2531
    Rock City is a beautiful collection of gardens atop Lookout Mountain providing stunning views of the city and profound solace from the busy world below. One of many popular sites above the mountain, this attraction offers thrills at a swinging bridge, chills at the edge of Lovers' Leap and spills inside Mother Goose's Nursery for kids. Trails lead through Fat Man's Squeeze (you better work out before you come here) to the scenic overlook where you can see Seven States (you'll just have to come see how they pull that one off).
  • Coolidge Park Carousel

    1 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 757 7629
    Traveling from New York to Massachusetts and spending a great deal of time in Atlanta, this beautiful carousel was built by Gustav Dentzel in 1895. It delighted and served Atlanta residents until its dismantling in the 1960's after a lack of funding. A group of local Chattanooga investors found the tattered remains and hired a company of artists to restore the grand merry-go-round, adding new horses, sleds and other animals so it could be admired at its present home in Coolidge Park. Children can ride atop a valiant steed for a mere 50 cents and parents can join them or watch from the comfort of a nearby rocking chair.
  • Lookout Mountain Flight Park

    7201 Scenic Highway Rising Fawn, GA 30738 United States - Phone: +1 706 398 3541
    Your adventure begins with a Tandem Discovery Flight. Along with a licensed instructor, you can soar with the eagles from an altitude of 2,000 feet. Experience the scenic beauty along the bluffs of Lookout Mountain before you touchdown on the soft, gentle landing area below. Advanced pilots launch from atop the mountain or use the Aero-Tow service and begin flights from an altitude as high as 5,000 feet. If you plan on staying a while, the 50-acre mountain retreat offers comfortable lodgings with a swimming pool and recreation center. Call for pricing and reservations.
  • Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island

    900 North Sanctuary Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 1499
    Chattanooga's Audubon Society operates these two facilities to provide a haven for wildlife and lovers of the great outdoors. Audubon Acres features over 10 miles of hiking trails on 140 acres in the wooded hills of East Tennessee. Numerous exhibits showcase the types of wildlife including endangered species, which are indigenous to this area. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children. Maclellan Island is a 20-acre strip of land in the middle of the Tennessee River that can only be reached by boat or canoe. Regular excursions to the island can be arranged through the Audubon Society. The island is extremely biodiverse with plants and animals found nowhere else in the world.
  • Chattanooga National Cemetery

    1200 Bailey Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 6590
    Rows and rows of short white granite rise from the ground as a stark reminder of those who gave their lives in battle. This national cemetery is the second largest in the USA, and was established in 1863. Over 12,000 Union soldiers were buried here during the battles in and around Chattanooga, most notably "Andrews Raiders," the first four men to win Medals of Honor. Veterans of the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam are resting here, too. All U.S. Veterans of the Armed Forces are eligible for interment in this beautiful cemetery.
  • Signal Point

    116 Signal Point Road Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687
    During the Civil War this strategic location provided Confederate soldiers a unique vantage point. The "lookout" on Lookout Mountain would signal the soldiers here who would in turn signal the troops in the valley. This system of signaling was very effective until the "Battle Above the Clouds" when Lookout Mountain was captured. Union soldiers later took over Signal Point and utilized its position to signal their troops and supply lines from Chattanooga to Bridgeport, Alabama.
  • Ross's Landing Park

    100 Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 2572
    One of Chattanooga's most famous urban parks is Ross's Landing Park, conveniently situated in the downtown area of the city. Not just an ordinary recreational space, this one relives and honors the history of Chattanooga by using native plantings and art works. Some parts of the park are paved, some grassy and some with water bodies, and all of this provides an amazing backdrop for events held here perennially. Also such a pet friendly park certainly is an endearing sight to those who like walking their dogs.
  • Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park

    1115 Lakeview Drive Rossville, GA 30741 United States - Phone: +1 706 866 5681
    Take an exhilarating trip on the Cannon Ball Roller Coaster, featured on the Discovery Channel and PBS as one of oldest (and safest) wooden coasters in the nation. Cool off as you ride a boat through a quiet tunnel only to be dropped 40 feet into a lake below. Need something a little more relaxing? Settle into a seat on the ferris wheel or ride the tour train that circles the entire park. There are over 30 rides in all. Lots of food, fun and games for the entire family at Chattanooga's only amusement park.
  • Lost Sea

    140 Lost Sea Road Sweetwater, TN 37874 United States - Phone: +1 423 337 6616
    Have you ever been on a road trip and stopped in a small town to see "the world's largest ball of twine" or some other such oddity? It just doesn't seem worth it once you get there does it? Well, the 35-minute drive east of Chattanooga to Sweetwater is worth it. This 4-acre underground lake is truly a marvel and registered with Guinness as the the United States's largest. Inside are a series of caves known as Craighead Caverns. A must see!
  • Raccoon Mountain

    319 West Hills Road Chattanooga, TN 37419 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 9403 / +1 800 823 2267
    Just west of Chattanooga is a high ridge known as Raccoon Mountain. Outdoor types love this area for camping, but there is a lot more to do than simply pitch a tent. Drive like the Andrettis on the go-kart course or go exploring in the caverns in and around the area you can pan for gold and gemstones in the creeks that run along the base of the mountains.
  • Harrison Bay State Park

    8411 Harrison Bay Road Harrison, TN 37341 United States - Phone: +1 423 344 6214
    Part of Chattanooga's charm is its scenic beauty. Mountains surround the valley where the city rests. The Tennessee River flows through the city and an elaborate system of dams creates a number of lakes and bays for recreation. It's along the shore of one such bay that this State Park resides. There is plenty of room for camping, picnics and play. Access to the lake for your boat or personal watercraft is easy and well maintained. Two restaurants on site provide a cure for your hunger. The Jack Nicklaus signature golf course, Bear Trace, has brought another dimension to the park. The PGA style course offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels at public course fees. Call or visit web site for rates and fees.
  • Chattanooga Zoo

    301 North Holtzclaw Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 697 1322 / +1 423 697 1319
    There's nothing like a trip to the zoo. Children love to watch animals in their natural environment. At Warner Park, you won't find a giant panda or a pride of lions, but you will find jaguars, monkeys, birds, small mammals and reptiles. The small size makes it ideal for bringing young children without fear of losing them in the crowd. Small selections of barnyard animals live in the petting zoo, providing city folk with a glimpse of the country.

  • Tennessee Wildlife Center

    400 Garden Road Chattanooga, TN 37419 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 1160
    From fox to bobcat to the endangered red-tailed hawk, these animals are not on display, rather living their lives free from zoo cages or poachers, in their natural habitat. Endangered species, injured animals and birds that choose to make their home here are cared for by the staff and seem to enjoy the company of visitors. Scenic walkways, hiking paths and educational centers make this more than an animal exhibit. This is a full-featured outdoor park for families looking for outdoor adventure.
  • Siskin Museum of Religious Artifacts

    1 Siskin Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 634 1700
    This downtown museum features a collection of 247 artifacts from the personal collection of Mose and Garrison Siskin. The Siskins founded a physical rehabilitation hospital, preschool and steel company here in Chattanooga. Among the artifacts are Christian and Judaic pieces from the 16th to 20th centuries, made of stone, wood, fine art, ivory, porcelain and silver. In addition to western religions, Buddhism, Hindu and Confucianism are also represented.

    Admission is free.
  • Reflection Riding Arboretum and Botanical Garden

    400 Garden Road Chattanooga, TN 37419 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 1160
    At the base of Lookout Mountain, situated along the banks of Lookout Creek, is a tranquil setting for this wildlife refuge and nature park. More than 300 acres of wildflowers, scenic landscapes and old growth trees are on display in all their natural wonder. The three-mile loop around the park is accessible by foot, car or bicycle and provides a panoramic view of one of the most bio-diverse areas in the United States.
  • Raccoon Mountain Dam

    319 West Hills D Chattanooga, TN 37419 United States
    This structure is Tennessee Valley Authority's largest rock-filled dam, measuring 230 feet high and 8,500 feet long. The 520-acre lake atop the mountain is a part of the TVA hydropower system. Take an amazing tour into the mountain, dam and powerhouse. After your tour, settle down to a picnic lunch at one of the many picnic areas or take in the view of the scenic Tennessee Valley where the mountaintop offers a breathtaking vantage point. Admission is free.
  • Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park

    110 Point Park Road Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 7786
    Just south of Chattanooga is the site of the area's longest and bloodiest battle of the United States Civil War. The U.S. War Department (now the Department of the Interior) declared this battlefield a National Military Park. It has attracted millions of visitors over the years. A visitor's center provides detailed information about the history of the battlefield and the battles fought here. The self-guided tour takes you through a number of battle sites, Wilder Tower lookout and a common area for picnics and recreation.
  • Booker T. Washington State Park

    5801 Champion Road Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 4955
    River recreation is a big part of the lives of local residents of the Scenic City. Visitors also spend a great deal of time in the tranquil settings of our state parks along the Tennessee River, including this one. With a boat launch, pool with bathhouse, picnic areas with grills, hiking trails, playgrounds and basketball courts, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are camping spaces for 96 campers and a lodge that accommodates 42.
  • Candyland

    200 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 4496
    Sparkling gumdrop trees, over-sized candy canes and lollipops along with gigantic licorice sticks make for a dreamlike landscape. A mural with fairy tale characters lights up a corner. An old-fashioned ice cream stand under gigantic ice cream cones serves single, double, and triple-dipped cones-magical treats for a lazy afternoon. Little one's can touch as well as look for in the middle of it all is a delightful hand-painted fun castle with books and Lego's.
  • Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association

    630 Chestnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 8583
    Few things in life are more fulfilling, more entertaining than a live musical performance. So it is fortunate that the Scenic City is home to the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association. The area's premiere performance guild is better than ever as it approaches its 70th year. Concerts are held in the historic Tivoli Theatre downtown and the "Pops in the Park" series is performed in Coolidge Park.
  • Miller Plaza

    850 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 0771
    This park is a favorite spot among downtown workers for lunch. A beautiful green space in the middle of the rising buildings and asphalt, it is also the sight of the Nightfall Concert Series, the Coffee House Concert Series, and Rhythm and Noon Concert Series. With all those concerts there is always great tunes and entertainment during lunch time and an evenings downtown. Admission to the park and all concerts is free.
  • Fairmount Orchard

    2204 Fairmount Pike Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 1226
    Few things in this world compare to the beauty of the Tennessee Valley in the fall. Many people take the short drive up Signal Mountain to gaze at the old growth oaks just before they turn loose of their gorgeous leafy coats. If you decide to make such a trip in the fall, you cannot miss an opportunity to stop at this orchard. Every season, after the crop of apples has been picked and prepared for sale, the staff here makes hundreds of gallons of fresh apple cider. Stop in for a cup while you look at the fall colors and take home a gallon of the special spiced blends.
  • Annour Islamic Community Mosque

    5311 Upshaw Dr. Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 490 8544
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Grove Level Baptist Church

    2802 Cleveland Highway Chattanooga, TN 30721 United States - Phone: +1 706 259 8519
    The Grove Level Baptist Church is a nice big church with the homely, personal and comforting feel of a smaller church. Everyone from the pastors to the staff are genuinely warm, helpful and friendly making you feel cared for and loved. There are a variety of activities for the young and the old, it doesn't matter your age group or if you're single or a couple, everyone here is happy and accepted. Also there is plenty of parking space available, no more Sunday rush for the parking lot.
  • Olivet Baptist Church

    740 Martin Luther King Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 8709
    The Olivet Baptist Church or the OCB church as it fondly called is a baptist church and has a very active community. The activities held here are various and worship services are a-plenty. There are plenty of events involving participation and leaves one with a good feeling of belonging. Check the website for more details as events are periodically updated.
  • Cleveland High School

    850 Raider Drive Cleveland, TN 37312 United States - Phone: +1 423 476 1832
  • Tennessee RiverPark

    4301 Amnicola Highway Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 842 0177
    The Tennessee RiverPark is one of the city's most popular park, stretching for ten miles. The concrete trail is a favorite of joggers, bikers and strollers alike. The park also features picnic areas with grills, river access, fishing and general outdoor fun for all kinds of people. 
  • Camp Jordan Park

    323 Camp Jordan Parkway East Ridge, TN 37412 United States
  • Fall Creek Falls State Park

    2009 Village Camp Road Pikeville, TN 37367 United States - Phone: +1 423 881 5298
  • Miller Park

    910 Market street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 425 6311
    Situated in the heart of Downtown, Miller Park is a great place to bring the family, watch a concert, or just simply sit down and enjoy the sun.
  • Chattanooga Riverfront

    Riverfront Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States
    The Chattanooga Riverfront is a picturesque stretch in the heart of downtown. Nestled on the edge of the Tennessee River, it is a great place for family recreation. It is located within short distance of several city attractions like the Tennessee Aquarium, Walnut Street Bridge and Market Street Bridge, and lined by hotels and restaurants. Explore the riverside path for its public art exhibitions, occasional concerts, river tours and local eateries, as well as breathtaking views of the city.
  • Ferger Place Historic District

    Evening Side Drive and Morning Side Drive Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States
    Founded and established in 1910, the Ferger Place Historic District is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Chattanooga’s original subdivision of single-family houses, the Ferger Place dates back to the 1900s. It covers 24 acres (9.7 hectares) of land and is inclusive of a wide spectrum of architectural patterns of buildings. These homes were constructed from 1910 through to the 1930s. For a considerably long span of time, the Ferger Place had stayed true to its Victorian style with houses, replete of open rooms, porches, multiple windows and high ceilings. Of great historic significance, the district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 1, 1980.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    433 North Ocoee Street Cleveland, TN 37311 United States - Phone: +1 423 423 476 5584
    Spread over less than one acre of land, the First Presbyterian Church is a historic structure that is designed in it's Greek Revival. The church teaches the people to grow with Christ and to know him and to share his love with the rest of the community. The church welcomes visitors daily and is glad to enlighten the new comers and tourists about the beauties of thi historical church.


  • Fort Wood Historic District

    McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687(Tourist Information)
    Mirroring Chattanooga’s unique heritage and the transformations that have taken place over time, Fort Wood is located close to the Eastern boundaries of Chattanooga of 1838. It was taken over by the city in 1851. During 1900 and 1910, Fort Wood gained prominence as an affluent neighborhood and many esteemed citizens built their homes here. The area still retain its charm and is beautifully lined with trees, and the structures are fine examples of the early 20th-century styles of architecture.
  • Clarence T. Jones Observatory

    10 Tuxedo Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 425 4518
    Clarence T. Jones Observatory is managed by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. It was opened in 1938, and the observatory allows free entry and conducts special tours and programs for the general public.
  • Saints Peter and Paul Basilica

    214 East 8th Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 1618
    The spectacular Roman Catholic Church of Saints Peter and Paul Basilica occupies a great historic significance. Its fine stained glass windows and stellar walls add up to the interior's excellence. The church building is a massive model of the Tudor Revival and Gothic styles of architecture. The historic site is also listed on the celebrated National Register of Historic Places.
  • Market Street Bridge

    Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States
    Market Street Bridge links downtown Chattanooga with the Northshore District across the Tennessee River. Its official name honors John Ross, the Cherokee Chief, therefore the river overpass is called Chief John Ross Bridge. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the drawbridge was constructed in 1917.
  • St. Elmo Historic District

    St. Elmo Historic District Chattanooga, TN 37409 United States
    The St. Elmo Historic District is a charming neighborhood of Chattanooga. Dating back to 1885, it has a mix of architectural styles which include the Victorian bungalow and Victorian. The district comprises of many historic properties and thus became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
  • W.J. Hughes Business House

    70 Ocoee Street Cleveland, TN 37311 United States
    W.J. Hughes Business House is located at Cleveland, Tennessee. It was built in the year 1845 and was incorporated in the National Registrar of Historic Places in 1975.
  • Lookout Mountain

    Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 800 825 8366
    Lookout Mountain is one of the most popular attractions in the Chattanooga area. Visitors can ride up the mountain on the Incline Railway and visit the amazing Rock City, complete with a waterfall, swinging bridge, caverns and a cafe. Or pay a visit to Ruby Falls, an amazing underground waterfall. Lookout Mountain is definitely a must-see attraction when in Chattanooga.
  • Cravens House

    110 Point Park Road Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 7786
    The Cravens House is a historic building located on the Lookout Mountain Battlefield in the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. The house was the home of prominent Chattanoogan Robert Cravens. The large, opulent house was the location of the Civil War's "Battle Above the Clouds", and served as a base for both Confederate and Union armies at different points during the war. Today, there are many popular hiking trails located in the area of the house. 
  • River Street Deli

    151 River Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 3354
    The owner of this deli is a long way from his home in New York City, but he has brought a heaping helping of New York along with him. Lively banter between patrons and owner, colorful decor, fresh ingredients, and big portions make this a fun dining experience. Friday nights are theme nights when the deli sports fresh linens and fine silver and serves up dishes from Italy, Spain, Key West, Florida and other exotic locales. Call for reservations for Friday night dinner.
  • Northside Lunch

    202 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 9799
    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.
  • Town & Country East Restaurant

    110 North Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 826 1985
    This popular restaurant has been serving the very best in Southern cuisine for decades. Fresh vegetables and succulent steak are staples as are the pasta dishes and hot soups. Lunchtime visitors will love the express menu featuring country style steak, fried chicken, club sandwiches and more. Top off your meal with a piping hot cup of coffee and a delicious slice of cake or pie. Southern hospitality and Southern food, all in one place.
  • Nikki's Drive Inn

    899 Cherokee Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 9015
    Years ago, the sounds of doo-wop music filled the air as cars pulled into this drive-in for burgers, fries and shakes. Today the drive-in is now a dine-in, and customers still feast on the best (and greasiest) burgers around. Gulf Stream shrimp ($13.95), Southern Fried Chicken ($8.95) and Pecan Pie are perennial favorites. After a day of shopping along Frazier Avenue, drive two miles west along Cherokee and treat yourself to classic American cuisine.
  • Epicurean Restaurant

    4301 Ringgold Road East Ridge, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 622 4139
    Your palette will delight at the delicious variety found at this fine dining establishment. Juicy steaks and delectable lobster are specialities of the House. Veggie lovers will be pleased with a delicious vegetable plate. As the name implies, you will find delicious, traditional Greek dishes and pastries. The prices are far below what you may expect. Lunch for two is less than $20 and dinner is usually less than $40. Alcohol is not served, but setup is available.
  • Riverside Catfish House

    18039 Highway 41 Chattanooga, TN 37419 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 9214
    Don't bother looking for a menu because all they serve here is delicious grain fed catfish. Dining here is simple. Just sit down, say hello to the friendly waitress and wait for the plates of catfish to arrive at your table. Of course you can order a few side items to make the meal more interesting, but no amount of butter beans, corn or potatoes is going to take the place of the light and flaky catfish breaded and fried to perfection.
  • Imperial Garden

    2288 Gunbarrel Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 499 9333
    After a long day of shopping, relax over a delicious Chinese meal. A wide variety of Mandarin, Hunan and Cantonese dishes await. If you are really tense from shopping, enjoy a cocktail from the bar. There is no buffet, so you won't have to deal with crowds of people walking by your table while you are eating. The quiet atmosphere and friendly staff make this a great choice for business lunches and gatherings among friends.
  • The Peking

    5773 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 2225
    The friendly staff and comfortable surroundings make this a great choice for a working lunch or business meeting. Step inside the comfortable dining room and enjoy the Szechwan, Hunan and Mandarin dishes from the extensive menu. If you can't decide on one item, choose the enormous buffet and eat to your heart's content. Wash it all down with an exotic cocktail, an imported beer or a tall glass of iced tea.z
  • Padrino's

    3805 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 3675
    This little cantina, ten minutes from downtown, has been preparing the freshest foods for more than 25 years. Local residents know the biggest burritos, tastiest tacos and finest fajitas are found here. Start with out with tasty margarita or icy cold beer. Then begin your meal with fresh baked tortillas and spicy salsa. The Quesadillas ($7) are bulging with fresh chicken or steak and one taste of the Enchiladas ($6) and it is adios to the fast food joints.
  • The Acropolis

    2213 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 5341
    Chattanooga may be a long way from Greece, but the taste of Athens can be found at this family-style restaurant. Traditional Greek specialties along with the very best Italian and American cuisine comprise the extensive menu. Choose from char-grilled steak, fresh seafood, vegetarian entrees, gyros and more. Start with fried Calamari and end with Baklava or other Greek pastries. Low prices make this a great choice for families. Quick service and friendly staff make it a favorite choice for business lunches.
  • Jade Palace

    5955 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 8709
    Have a craving for Mongolian food? Have you ever eaten Mongolian food? This restaurant successfully satisfies both the craving and the curiosity. Virtually everything here is barbecued in rich and tangy Mongolian sauce, the ingredients of which remains a secret. Thick, juicy steaks and bold flavorful chicken dishes are served with fresh vegetables and bowls of steamed rice. Delicious crab legs are also served, and $11.99 entitles you to all the crab legs you can eat.
  • Rib and Loin

    5946 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 499 6465
    Barbecue is a Southern specialty, and this rib joint serves Chattanooga's favorite "Q." Tender pork or beef is hand-pulled from the bone and piled high atop a multi-grain bun and served with baked beans and steak fries. Enormous barbecue chicken sandwiches will make your mouth water. The ribs, served wet or dry, are full of meat and covered in a tangy sauce.
  • Brick Oven Grill

    5437 Highway 153 Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 875 4454
    Ahhh, the sweet smell of romano, parmesan and mozzarella mingling with basil and oregano! In the mood for a romance with Italian cuisine? Get within a block of this restaurant near downtown and you will be! You will find nothing but casual atmosphere and good Italian food! Try mouth watering over stuffed manicotti, mounds of spaghetti or creamy lasagna. The House speciality is gourmet pizza baked in the area's only real brick oven.
  • Pastaria

    720 Mississippi Ave Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 1900
    From Bugatini to Maccheroni all they serve is the noodle that made Italy great. The Penne Gratatina is a flavorful dish with fresh tomatoes, onions, roasted peppers and parmesan cheese. All meals are served with salad and fresh baked bread. The bread could be a meal in itself. No alcohol is served, but they will gladly uncork your favorite wine, free of charge.Friendly, comfortable atmosphere with a very small dining area.
  • Phat Wraps

    409 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 9727
    Wrap sandwiches may be nothing new, they have been a hit on the West Coast for a decade, but in Chattanooga the newest place to get these delicious "roll-ups" is in the heart of downtown Chattanooga. Whether you dine inside or on the covered patio, you will love the fresh meats and vegetables tucked inside a flour tortilla. Choose from the standard "ham and cheese" variety or get wild with the Spicy Chicken wrap.
  • Taco Mac

    423 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 8226
    The bar is always hopping with folks stopping by after work or beginning their weekend. If you're a beer drinking, they've got the best selection in town. If you are hungry, try the famous Taco Mac Wings or massive plate of Nachos with chili, cheese, tomatoes and sour cream. Looking or something more substantial? The barbecued chicken sandwich is grilled to perfection and smothered in tangy sauce.
  • Aris' Lakeshore Restaurant and Lounge

    5600 Lake Resort Terrace Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 7068
    This is a wonderful place to take a date or special company. Relax with a drink while viewing boats on Chickamauge Lake and the sun setting over the mountains. The mellow atmosphere complements the delicious menu of steak and seafood. After the meal, tap your foot to live entertainment, and dance your way into the wee hours on the large dance floor. Plan a reception here or a corporate party. Private bookings available.
  • Las Margaritas Mexican Restaurant and Cantina

    1101 Hixon Pike Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 3332
    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.
  • Renaissance Commons

    402 East Second Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 5033 x4
    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.
  • Back Inn Cafe

    412 E 2nd Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 5033 x 1
    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.
  • Tony's Pasta Shop and Trattoria

    212 High Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 5033
    A wondrously renovated carriage house provides the setting for a memorable meal 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.
  • Sticky Fingers

    420 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 7427
    Just a few blocks from the Aquarium and IMAX Theatre downtown is casual family dining with comfortable seating, affordable prices, and down-home cookin'. Famous for Memphis-style ribs including barbeque and spicy. Also serves chicken and salads. Alcoholic beverages served, wide selection of beer. Prices: $5-$8 at lunch and $8-$12 at dinner. Takeout available, delivery for large parties. Opens everyday at 11a.
  • Mandarin Gourmet

    4823 Highway 58 Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States
    The Li family has operated this cafe for over twenty years and they have one simple approach to business: Use the freshest ingredients, throw in authentic spices and sauces, and serve it at a price that makes customers smile. The result is full tummies and smiling faces. Loads of lo-mein, mounds of moo-goo and rivers of rice fill this enormous Chinese buffet. The buffet features favorites like sweet and sour chicken, and pepper steak.
  • Na Go Ya Sushi Bar

    4921 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 9252
    It seems the Sushi craze took a while to make its way to Chattanooga, but now that it has arrived there are a number of good sushi bars in which to enjoy this undercooked delicacy. One of the area favorites is this small cafe near Eastgate Town Center in Brainerd. Fresh fish and a friendly staff make this a wonderful casual dining experience. Looking for something a little more well-done? Try one of the delicious sandwiches or chicken dishes.
  • La Dolce Vita

    850 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 7141
    A view of the downtown skyline and a good bottle wine is just the beginning. Whether you dine inside or on the patio, you will enjoy the elegant atmosphere and Northern Italian delights. The chef prepares traditional dishes inspired, like Shrimp Pasta combining tender, juicy shrimp with a bed of linguini smothered in a rich balsamic vinegar and thyme reduction. Leave the t-shirt at home, you will need a jacket here.
  • Sushi Nabe of Kyoto

    6921 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 634 0171
    For may people in the South it is hard to imagine eating any fish that hasn't met its doom in a vat of hot grease. But this is friendly place is converting many. An energetic, the staff welcomes you at the door and leads you to the bar. A variety of sushi is on the menu, but your best bet is to allow the waitress to make recommendations if you have never tried sushi before.
  • Giggles Grill

    3224 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 629 2233
    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.
  • Indian Mahal Restaurant

    5970 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 510 9651
    Intimate atmosphere and ornate decorative touches make this a perfect spot for a romantic dinner or Sunday lunch. The menu features simple, yet delicious Indian favorites like curries and masalas. Each dish is served with varying degrees of spiciness, so specify how hot you want your evening to be. Spiced Indian teas, fruit juices and soft drinks are served here, but not alcohol.
  • Armando's

    4783 Highway 58 Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 1413
    It ain't fancy, but it is delicious! The decor is a bit drabe but the food is simply fab. When a big, juicy hamburger is what you crave, this is the place that satisfies. Armando's burgers are big on taste as well as size. Topped with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and anything else you want. There's also big grilled chicken sandwiches and foot-long hot dogs are available as well.
  • Amigo Mexican Restaurant

    3805 Ringgold Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 624 4345
    Authentic Mexican food is what you will find at this simple eatery. If you crave traditional dishes, you will love the burritos or quesadillas. Like it spicy? Try nachos with habanero pepper queso dip. Wow, those peppers are hot! The festive atmosphere is comprised of piñatas and sombreros on the walls and ceiling. The dining area is large, but it seems to fill up quickly with casual diners looking for delicious food.
  • Buck's Pit Barbecue

    3147 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 1390
    Southerners take their barbecue seriously, so the popularity of this unassuming place speaks volumes. Pull up to the window and smell the rich aroma of tangy sauces mingling with tender beef and pork, hand-pulled from the bone. Huge breasts of chicken are slow roasted in Buck's signature sauce and served on a toasted bun. Complete your feast with steak fries and a frosty cup of lemonade or other soft drink.
  • Big River Grille and Brewing Works

    222 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 2739
    This fun and lively spot is perfect for entertaining friends or unwinding after work. With eight different brews in their vats at all times, you are sure to find a flavor and body to suit your taste here. From the light Sweet Magnolia to the stout and hearty Iron Horse Dark, you will find micro-brewed nirvana. Pints are $3-$5 depending on the brew. Should you get hungry from lifting all those mugs, there is a complete lunch and dinner menu that rivals any in town. Entrees range from simple burgers and sandwiches to the thick and juicy Drunken Rib-eye ($10.95), a 12-ounce rib-eye marinated in beer and served with veggies and a baked potato.
  • Vine Street Bakery

    1313 Hanover Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 8463
    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.
  • Mountain Fountain

    826 Scenic Highway Lookout Mountain, TN 37350 United States - Phone: +1 423 821 6714
    This old-fashioned soda fountain offers tasty ice cream shakes, along with juicy half-pound hamburgers as well as modern fare like spinach and artichoke dip with chips. Reservations and gift certificates are available. The interior is relaxed with red brick with rich wood, fieldstone fireplace, and tasteful white lights trimming the windows and doorways. The patio is graced with roomy wrought iron chairs and tables covered by wide umbrellas.
  • Shapiro's Deli

    723 Cherry Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 3669
    For nearly as long as people have worked downtown, this deli has been providing delicious sandwiches and salads. A true kosher deli, you will find enormous hoagies, po' boys and Muffelatas. The pasta salad contains a myriad of pastas and spices and makes the perfect side dish to any menu item. Don't leave without tasting the Coca-Cola Cake. This local favorite is a Shapiro's exclusive and the richest, most delicious piece of cake your mouth has ever experienced.
  • Cafe Tazza

    1010 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 3032
    The décor is multi-colored furniture, surrealistic murals, mosaic floor, and bookshelves with numerous tomes. Performance artists and musicians make this an interactive coffeehouse. Start the morning with a bagel and some cream cheese ($2). Lunch offers wraps, soups, and fresh sandwiches, including Java chicken sandwich (half sandwich $2.50, whole sandwich $4) with white chicken and a pineapple and curry seasoning. Freshly brewed coffee complement the delicious desserts, providing the perfect ending to a delightful dining experience.
  • Ankar's Hoagies

    4764 Highway 58 Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 3808
    Quick doesn't have to be tasteless. Dine in or drive through and treat your tummy and taste buds to delicious! How about thick slices of fresh deli meats piled high on fresh baked bread with your choice of veggies and cheeses. Steak sacks, an Ankar's specialty, are pita sandwiches filled with lean cuts of steak, flavorful onions and green peppers. Homemade onion rings are deep-fried to golden perfection.
  • Bea's Restaurant

    4500 Dodds Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37407 United States - Phone: +1 423 867 3618
    Family-style dining and delicious home-cooked food makes this a great choice, but the price clenches the deal. Although the menu changes often you can find traditional American cuisine. Communal seating at big, round tables. The service is friendly and fast.
  • China Garden

    5084 South Terrace Chattanooga, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 6776
    Chattanooga's largest Chinese buffet is also the most diverse. Quiet dining area makes this an ideal spot for business lunches. Begin your meal with a hot bowl of soup or a fresh garden salad. Move on to familiar selections like sweet and sour chicken and pepper steak. How about are delicious crab legs, shrimp or duck. There 30 items and you pay one low price for lunch ($5) or dinner ($8) making it perfect for families on a budget.
  • The Encore Theater

    3264 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 629 1565
    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.
  • Portofino Italian Restaurant

    6407 Ringgold Road East Ridge, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 499 9696
    Home of Chattanooga's biggest pizza buffet, this Italian eatery serves delicious pan style pizza and hearty pasta dishes. The low price entitles you to all the pizza, pasta, bread and dessert you can eat-you will give out before the buffet will! Thick slices of pepperoni, sausage and vegetable pizzas; plus, lasagna, rigatoni and penne pastas are served all day. Soft drinks, iced tea and beer are available, too.
  • Flatiron Deli

    706 Walnut Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 2620
    One of Chattanooga's best-kept secrets is just a short walk from the historic Hamilton County Courthouse. This deli serves delicious sub-style sandwiches and fresh salads. Hot soups and hearty, meaty chili are favorites during the winter and the rotisserie chicken is a perennial pick of the downtown masses. A quarter chicken with two sides and a drink is less than. The small dining area seats 30-40 people. Tables are set up on the sidewalk during warmer months.
  • The Soup Kitchen

    15 East 7th Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 2517
    This downtown cafe is a hit among a plethora of delis and Italian eateries. Do not come here looking for tacos or hamburgers. All you'll find in this kitchen is mouthwatering bowls full of fresh, hot soup. The menu features a dozen varieties. Call ahead for the day's selections or to place a take-out order. Friday's are free ice cream day. Who else in town gives away free dessert?
  • Southside Jazz Junction

    114 West Main Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 9003
    The tapas menu here is unparalleled, and will delight your senses as much as the lively jazz music. The menu changes frequently, but some standby favorites are ostrich, paella, Cajun veal chops and barbeque chicken-crawfish manicotti. The two-story dining room is accented with murals and grand pianos on each floor. Lanterns on each table provide gentle ambiance and odd cutaways and corners allow for quiet conversations. It's a marvelous environment in which to dine and relax. The kitchen and the musicians aren't the only stars here. The bar is THE spot for gathering with old friends or making some new ones. The extensive beer selection includes foreign, domestic and micro-brewed beers and fine wines.
  • Thai Food at Chattanooga

    340 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 4433
    Expect to be delighted with the food and the service at this downtown Thai spot. Rice, curry, and noodle dishes as spicy as you can handle are prepared fresh each day for hungry downtown diners. Pad Thai (rice noodles with shrimp, eggs, bean sprouts, and chicken) is a filling specialty. In fact, every item on the menu is very inexpensive, and served with hearty portions. The decor is simple, no fancy designer touches, and the atmosphere is very casual. Bring a client for a change from the burger and fries routine, or meet your friends for an early dinner after work.
  • Wally's Restaurant

    1600 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 698 4643
    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.
  • Typhoon of Tokyo

    3913 Dayton Boulevard Red Bank, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 875 6142
    For a delicious alternative to a fast food hamburger, try this Japanese café, just minutes from downtown. A plate full of tender chicken and rice is for the taking on a cheap. Or try steak and shrimp served teriyaki style with rice and fresh vegetables. Portions are large. Soft drinks and iced tea are served, but no alcohol. Small tables and booths are stationed throughout the spacious dining area. This is a very casual establishment so feel free to wear jeans and loafers.
  • 212 Market Restaurant

    212 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 1212
    A preferred member of Chaines des Rotisseurs, Chattanooga's only 3-diamond restaurant offers a continental menu and downtown convenience. The menu changes, but a typical fare may include: Atlantic salmon skewer with soy dipping sauce followed by a Caesar salad with grilled Atlantic salmon and fresh baked bread; rack of lamb with cumin glaze or center cut pork chop with blackberry port sauce. A fine selection of wine and dessert complete the meal. Blue frescoed walls and golden hardwood floors surround tables graced with fresh linens and fine china and classical music wafts through the dining area.
  • Saigon Noodle Restaurant

    6312 Bonny Oaks Drive Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 490 0074
    Here, you will find all sorts of Vietnamese delicacies like egg rolls, noodle soups, stuffed rice flour pancakes ($5) and a great Vietnamese salad ($4) made with lettuce, cilantro, lime wedges and sprouts rolled in rice paper with meat and seafood. Wash it all down with fresh juices and teas. Or, try an iced coffee or imported beer.This is a very casual establishment. It's perfect for a quick lunch with friends, but not the place to take important clients.
  • Gondolier Pizza

    6901 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 8100
    Chattanooga's best pizza value can be found at this Hamilton Place pizzeria. Every pizza is two-for-one, so order any size pizza with any number of fresh toppings and the second pizza is absolutely free. In addition to the best-priced pizza in town, you will also find lasagna, manicotti and meatball sandwiches. Garden salads, soft drinks and domestic beers fill out the menu. Enjoy your meal in the casual atmosphere or call ahead for a take-away order.
  • Lupi's Pizza Pies

    406 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 5874
    Step inside from the busy downtown streets and order a custom-made pizza topped with your choice of over 100 veggies, meats and cheeses. The stainless steel tables and purple neon add to the surreal effect and the handy paper towel dispensers at each table are a clever touch. Domestic and imported beers and soft drinks provide refreshment while the loud rock music provides free entertainment.
  • Christopher's

    5751 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 1911
    English Tudor with a distinctive green tiled roof and red trim is host to an elegant dining experience. As you step into this lovely establishment with subtle mood lighting, the difference is evident. Begin with an appetizer of snow crab cakes with zesty Cajun sour cream and red pepper puree. Enjoy the portabella and chicken napoleon with white cheddar cream sauce. Choose wine from a well-rounded list. Despite the touches of elegance and sophistication, this restaurant also features a touch of fun with dancing on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights and a full-service bar.
  • University Pizza & Deli

    716 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States
    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).
  • Provino's Italian Restaurant

    5084 South Terrace Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 2559
    Through the front oak double doors awaits a setting filled with beautiful stained glass, ethnic curios and murals depicting Italian neighborhoods. Dim lights and roses add to the romantic ambiance. Antipasti (appetizers) consist of such items as fried, breaded artichoke hearts and calamari. For dinner, numerous pastas, combination dinners and seafood selections are provided. A tasty bowl of salad and unbelievably delicious garlic butter rolls accompany every entree. Italian beer and wine provide the ideal accompaniment to this fantastic dining experience. Desserts such as spumoni, tiramisu and cannoli siciliana add a uniquely Italian finale to a delightful event.
  • Figgy's

    20 West 8th Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 8675
    The cathedral ceiling, cozy loft, floor lamps, paintings of wisteria vines and an outdoor mural provide simple elegance. Even so, it is the food that steals the show. Sandwiches are the order of the day and come with chips or pretzels and a pickle (or substitute tangy bow-tie pasta salad). Enjoy the deluxe roast beef sliced and served on an onion roll with zesty horseradish sour cream sauce. Try the veggie sandwich made with Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and pickles on a bun with special house sauce. Tuna, chicken and pasta salad plates are also on the menu. The delicious homemade soups are a seasonal favorite. Finish with regular and low fat brownies or cookies. Sandwich platters and deli trays can be prepared on request.
  • Iris Garden Restaurant & Coffee House

    725 Cherry Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 2345
    Southern hospitality is served in large portions. A breakfast bar serves morning goodness from around 7am. Grill favorites like flavorful omelets, pancakes, biscuits and croissants are served in single portions as well. Follow it up with the lunch buffet from around 11a featuring fresh salads, vegetables with home-cooked greatness and a daily entrée. For the lighter appetite, there are plenty of individual dishes such as burgers, sandwiches, and dinners with vegetables, salads, and desserts. Lovely burgundy walls trimmed in white with a flowery border and floral prints set this downtown provider of hearty fare apart. An enchanting loft seating area overlooks the cozy dining area. Real hardwood floors, antique ceilings tiles and old-fashioned ceiling fans top it all off.
  • Mykonos Greek Grill

    11 West Eighth Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 757 9490
    Right in the heart of the Scenic City is a traditional Greek grill for Mediterranean-sized appetites! Whether you are in the mood for Falafel, Gyros, or a number of other specialties, they're served up hot every day. Have it by itself or with a side order of fries. Or if you'd prefer, enjoy them as a platter featuring these delightful delicacies along with salads and vegetables. For the appetizing Athenian experience, have a Greek salad with such mouth-watering ingredients as fresh lettuce, tomatoes, green peppers, cucumber, pepperoncini, and plump calamata olives with Greek dressing and pita bread. And of course, no Greek dinner is complete without baklava from the people who know baklava!
  • Porker's Bar-B-Que

    1251 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 2726
    Red-and-white booths against a black-and-white checkered floor go well with the marble-topped lunch counter and soda fountain stools. Old-fashioned ads and Coca-Cola memorabilia add ambiance. Tasty barbecued beef, pork and chicken plates are served with beans, slaw, fries, Texas toast and soft beverage. Try the Grilled Marinated Chicken Sandwich made with chicken breast, tomato, lettuce, pickle and mayonnaise. Enjoy the soup of the day or homemade chili or smoked Chicken Caesar Salad. End with an Oreo Cookie, Key Lime, or Coconut Pie.
  • Mom's Italian Villa

    1257 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 2204
    Charming Italian neighborhood eatery warms the heart, soul and belly. Try minestrone soup or garlic bread; ham and meatball submarine sandwiches prepared with New Orleans bread and zesty Italian peppers. Half and whole muffulettas with bologna, salami, ham and cheese, baked and seasoned with Italian salad mix, can handle any appetite. Regular and large pastas like lasagna, spaghetti and ravioli are served with Sicilian goodness, as well as garlic bread and antipasto salad. Conclude with desserts like Italian coffee, chocolate mousse and Italian cream cake.
  • Tubby's Real Burger

    424 Cherokee Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 0069
    This classic 1960s-styled burger joint is home to some of the best burgers this side of Chattanooga. Tubby's Real Burger is grilled fresh for people ready to eat! Flame broiled to your order and served with a dizzying array of condiments, cheeses and other toppings these burgers can knock out the biggest appetites. Try an order of batter-dipped onion rings. Enjoy it all with a soda or lemonade out on the covered front porch with classic picnic benches.
  • China Inn

    1300 Northgate Circle Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 8773
    In a bit of a rush, little low on cash and very hungry? This quaint restaurant can solve your troubles, deliciously. The buffet is filled with traditional Chinese dishes like pepper steak and moo-shoo pork. Fried rice, steamed rice, lo-mein noodles and fresh vegetables provide a "make-your-own meal" alternative to the prepared items.
  • Rafiel's Italian

    5100 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 870 5318
    This small cafe, owned by an Iranian who serves Italian food and employs primarily Spanish speaking people, is an interesting place to eat, to say the least. Lasagna, spaghetti and other Italian favorites are the standard fare. The real standout is the family feast: two two-topping pizzas, Greek salad, and breadsticks for less than $12. This is a simple cafe setting. Order from the counter and then have a seat while you wait for your meal.
  • Las Chimichangas

    5143 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 876 8235
    This is not a restaurant for the faint of heart. Typical Mexican fare such as burritos, tacos and the signature chimichangas are served with the freshest ingredients and hottest spices. Lunch items start as low as $2.99 and all meals begin with delicious tortilla chips and hearty salsa. Soft drinks and cold domestic beer are served. This may be a Mexican restaurant, but you would never know it from the decor. There are no sombreros, cacti or pinatas adorning the walls. The clean dining area only holds a dozen tables and plain white walls with a few posters and prints hang near the front entrance.
  • Innside Restaurant

    801 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 624 0034
    Serving hearty sandwiches, breakfast platters and desserts, this little cafe has been serving downtown workers and Read House guests for decades. The decor shows the age of the cafe: faded linoleum floors and cracked vinyl seats, but the food makes up for the lack of aesthetic charm. Guests of the Radisson Read House Hotel Suites often discover a simple breakfast or lunch is not so simple in the hotel restaurants. If you just want a quick bite and don't care so much about eating healthy, step around the corner to this convenient diner.
  • China Cafeteria

    505 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 1522
    Featuring two convenient downtown locations in ideal settings, this Asian delight with American cafeteria convenience and charm highlights both familiar and mysterious dishes. Lunch specials including two items and fried rice ($3.79), three items and fried rice ($3.79), and two items with noodles ($3.99) are served daily. Selection changes daily featuring dishes like almond chicken, hot braised pork, Chinese vegetables, and pepper steak. For the long-grain lover, there are fried rice dishes such as chicken ($3.49), beef ($3.69), shrimp ($3.99) and house special ($4.39) fried rice. Individual entrees served with fried rice are also available. A wide assortment of side orders including egg rolls ($0.95) and soups such as hot and sour ($1.25), egg drop, and won ton ($0.95) are on offer.
  • Downtown Country Café

    537 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 0028
    Located in the stylish Market Court Building, this pleasant café with relaxing green walls and graceful paintings provides an amazingly diverse lunch buffet. Fried okra, chicken, dressing, black-eyed peas and turnip greens and other Southern delights can be savored. Other country favorites like veal Italiano, chicken rotel, lasagna and chicken potpie can be had, too. In addition to the lunch buffet, a lunch menu including appetizers and sandwiches is included. Catering is provided upon request.
  • Hungry House

    4423 Highway 58 Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 4507
    This little diner has been serving scrumptious country-style food for decades. Fresh vegetables and home baked biscuits are a favorite here, as are the burgers and fries. The restaurant is located next door to the Plaza Theatre so it's a perfect choice for hungry moviegoers, although the atmosphere changes at night; it is not a place for a woman to eat alone. Perfect for a casual lunch. The '60s-style decor is more a resistance to change than an attempt at retro styling.
  • Karl's Family Restaurant

    5100 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 875 5506
    Relax in the cozy dining area and enjoy a delicious meal in a smoke-free environment. This is a simple little restaurant with little thought given to decor. You will find a clean place with plenty of seating for groups large or small. It's a classic meat and three kind of place. Select a beef, pork or chicken entree and three side dishes, including garden fresh vegetables — or less than $6. Soft drinks and iced tea are served, but no alcoholic beverages.
  • The Little Lunch Box

    5959 Shallowford Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 510 9860
    Boar's Head meats and gourmet breads combine to create sandwich perfection at this favorite lunch stop. Whole sandwiches are $4 and feature any meat, bread and cheese of your choosing. Lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion are no charge. Half sandwiches are $2 and can be paired with a bowl of soup for $4. Soft drinks and iced tea are served, but no alcoholic beverages. Tall tables with a black high-gloss finish rise in the center of the dining area, with smaller tables along the walls, which are decorated with murals and photos of Hollywood stars. Most of the clientele call ahead with a lunch or breakfast order, but you will find the occasional leisurely diner taking advantage of the comfortable setting.
  • Mister Wok

    5402 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 6669
    The decor is simple, but the food is not. Don't even bother looking for the buffet, because there isn't one. Each order is prepared fresh. Dishes like pepper steak and chicken chow mein are both delicious and economical. The vegetarian, Buddha's Delight, is a plate filled with stir-fried vegetables in a brown sauce served with bean curd. Soft drinks are served, but no alcohol.
  • Countryside Cafe

    8223 Mahan Gap Road Ooltewah, TN 37363 United States - Phone: +1 888 365 0448
    About 30 miles east of Chattanooga is a little place that serves some of the best southern-style cooking around. There is always a crowd, so plan on a wait. The simple dining room is clean and neat. Choose from a full menu of southern favorites like fried chicken, baked ham or country-style steak, plus three vegetables to go with your entree. The specials change daily, but if you are lucky you'll be there when they are serving stuffed bell peppers or blackberry cobbler.
  • Donut Cafe

    4617 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 0200
    This full-service cafe offers sandwiches, hot soups, salads, and of course, donuts. Start your day with a fresh cup of coffee and hot muffin. Grab a quick sandwich or a crisp salad for lunch. Stop in for soup and salad at dinner. A popular little place, so it's crowded. The counter is your best bet for a seat, although there are a few booths along the window.
  • Great Wraps

    2100 Hamilton Place Mall Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 510 0818
    Wrap sandwiches are a healthy and convenient lunch alternative. It's an entire meal you can carry around and that is helpful since this cafe is located inside Tennessee's largest shopping mall. For less than you would spend on a burger and fries you can enjoy garden fresh vegetables and grilled chicken wrapped in a flour tortilla. Spicy chicken, vegetarian, and pepper steak wraps are delicious alternatives to the burger scene. Iced tea or soft drinks are served, but no alcohol.
  • Highway 58 BBQ

    4921 Highway 58 Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 3019
    Delicious barbecue is a staple food item in Tennessee and this little barbecue stand serves some of the best. Minutes from Harrison Bay, you can stop here for barbecue sandwiches on your way to the lake. Sandwiches are big, beefy and topped with coleslaw. Barbecue platter with your choice of hand-pulled pork or beef is served with baked beans, rolls and coleslaw. If feeding the whole family is your mission, try the Family Feast; enough for 4 people and only $20.
  • Livorno Italian Restaurant

    8174 East Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 499 4900
    Formerly Villa Roma, this Italian restaurant in East Brainerd has undergone a change in management and menu. Gone are the unfamiliar northern Italian dishes, replaced by old favorites like lasagna and angel hair pasta with marinara sauce. The real hit here is the pizzas. Thin, crispy crusts are topped with mounds of cheese, fresh meats and vegetables and the sweet signature Livorno sauce. Stop by for two-for-one pizzas on your way home from the office or on your way to the park. Soft drinks and domestic beer are served, but no wine. Small booths line the walls and larger tables fill the center of the room. Ordering is from the counter and servers bring your dish to your table.
  • Sekisui

    200 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 4600
    Sekisui is one of Chattanooga's top sushi restaurants. It is frequented by locals because of the large seating capacity and revolving sushi bar. The sushi menu is large, serving more than 20 selections of rolls. For raw fish lovers the chef recommends Suicide Roll (assortment of fish with extra spicy sauce) or Salmon Toro and Scallion Roll. If you are paranoid about raw food, then they also have cooked fish on the menu. In addition there is a wide selection of Japanese beer and sake.
  • Red Lobster

    8 Northgate Park Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 870 2371
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    2200 Bams Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 490 3488
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    2200 Hamilton Place Blvd Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 7707
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    501 Northgate Mall Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 870 0980
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    2120 Hamilton Place Blvd. Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 2600
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • St. John's Restaurant

    1278 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 4400
    Situated in Tennessee, patrons of St. John's Restaurant swear they have never been disappointed by the food or service here. Chef and owner Daniel Lindley is amazingly creative and dishes out interesting selections such as peeky toe crab salad, sauteed sea scallops, foie gras and beef tartare. Thanks to its unparalleled quality, service, attitude and distinctive wine options, the establishment has been presented the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Don't forget to dig into some sweet pickings as excellent choices are available. Though this place is not too wallet-friendly, it's certainly worth a visit once a while.
  • The North Chatt Cat

    346 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 9466
    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.
  • J. Alexander's

    2215 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 5559
    J. Alexander's is an upscale restaurant serving high quality American-style food, prepared by expert chefs. The building itself is an example of careful planning and architectural imagination. The high quality furniture inside gives the customer a rich dining experience. The ingredients used to prepare the dishes are of excellent quality. The service is professional and ensures the ultimate dining experience.
  • Mellow Mushroom

    205 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 5564
    Mellow Mushroom is one of Chattanooga's favorite pizza spots. The whimsical decor paired with delicious pizzas makes it a particular favorite of kids. Incredible specialty pizzas fill the menu alongside calzones, salads, hoagies and a special kids menu. Everyone loves a trip to the Mellow Mushroom. 
  • Chuck E. Cheese's

    22 Northgate Park Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 870 3215
    At Chuck E. Cheese's they offer a fantastic combination of food, games, rides, prizes and entertainment for kids. The pizzas are baked fresh and ingredients used are the finest. The food is of high-quality and is prepared by expert chefs. So everything always tastes great. The garden fresh salad bar and oven toasted sandwiches along with the hot and tasty pizzas are a perfect recipe. The place is a perfect location for Birthday Parties, Organizational Parties and School Fundraisers.
  • Cheeburger Cheeburger

    138-A Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 4108
    Its a great thing to eat hot and spicy burgers at Cheeburger Cheeburger, surrounded by neon lights, neat signs and impressive posters. Every visit would be like a celebration. You can also order them online or by sending a fax. Isn't that great! They also offer various flavors like Creamy Cheese, Texas Horseradish and Creamy Jalapeno. They also accept orders for birthday cakes, shakes and malts. And if you want to raise funds for a school then this is the perfect location.
  • Sbarro

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 4570
    Sbarro is the second name for fresh Italian cooking. They offer oven fresh hot and spicy pizza, salads, pasta, entrees and dessert. It is a celebration to eat at the Sbarro. For them making pizzas is a family tradition, which started in 1956 with the opening of their first grocery store. That laid the foundation for the excellent standards of customer service that is seen here today. Eating at Sbarro is like taking a trip to Italy.
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill

    2040 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 9970
    The owners of Carrabba's Italian Grill take great efforts to make the atmosphere lively and festive, so you get a comfortable feeling from your first step inside! Have a taste of the special crispy calamari, chicken masala, tender filet and baked handmade pizzas. At Carrabba's Italian Grill, the little ones will also have their own special menu including mini pastas, chicken fingers and kid-size pizzas. It's a place the whole family can go to and have a great time!
  • Smokey Bones Barbeque & Grill

    2225 Gunbarrel Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 893 7850
    Smokey Bones Barbeque & Grill started off its journey in 1999 and since then, it has come to be the best place to feast! Try the burgers, steaks, fire-grilled chicken, fresh and tasty salads—and the barbeque of course! It is a very adventurous experience to dine at this restaurant because of its rugged look. You can see tall timbers placed everywhere, stones stacked one on top of the other, pictures of cold and snowy mountains and fireplaces on every corner. And what's more, there is a special menu for kids and an audio box on every table to catch your favorite program while dining at Smokey Bones Barbeque & Grill. opens everyday at 11a.
  • Bonefish Grill

    2115 Gunbarrell Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 3175
    Bonefish Grill, is a seafood lovers paradise. Seafood delicacies are prepared in fresh and choicest ingredients. Be it the 'Coconut Crusted Shrimp' or 'Bacon Wrapped Atlantic Sea Scallops' each dish is made to perfection. For those who crave meat, the steaks and ribs are a great option. The 'Gluten Free Menu', is a must try for it's lip-smacking dishes. The diner also has an extensive drinks menu mainly comprising of beers, martini, wine etc.
  • LongHorn Steakhouse

    5771 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 490 0573
    LongHorn Steakhouse, with locations all over the United States, appeals to the crowd thanks to its excellent service! Delicious steak and grilled shrimp are the signature items on the menu. There's joy for the little ones also at LongHorn Steakhouse—with their mini steaks and baby drinks on a menu specially drafted for them. This classy yet comfortable place makes for a great hangout among locals.
  • The Honest Pint

    35 Patten Parkway Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 468 4192
    The Honest Pint is an Irish restaurant and bar that perfectly fuses American and Irish styles of cooking. It prides itself in serving actual pints, unlike some drinking establishments serving a little less than a pint, and, hence is aptly named The Honest Pint. Patrons can savor traditional Irish dishes with a touch of American flavor, thereby infusing innovation in the menu. The drinks menu perfectly complements the lavish food and features Irish whiskeys, scotch, Irish beers, craft beers and so forth. That's not all, a juke box, live music concerts, dart boards, and pool tables make for a great entertainment platter; there is never a single dull moment here. While you are in town, do head to The Honest Pint and enjoy Irish hospitality.
  • Sluggo's

    501 Cherokee Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 752 5224
    With a lack of vegan-serving eateries in Chattanooga, Sluggo's serves as a respite for those following vegetarian and vegan diet. Do not expect a limited fare here, as the menu of this restaurant comprises an array of vegetarian delicacies you wouldn't have thought of before entering here. From the Gluten-free Nachos or salads to the Mushroom Walnut Burger and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Wrap, this restaurant has it all covered for one and all.
  • Broad Street Grille

    1201 South Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 424 3700
    Broad Street Grille is a luxurious dining restaurant in the Chattanooga Hotel that specializes in a forward-thinking American menu. Choosing the best quality vegetables straight from the field, it puts together a scrumptious meal of Braised Beef Short Rib, Farm Table Pasta and Foundry Southern FGT. Lunchtime sees a popular buffet menu of select items along with a free beverage and valet parking. There is a separate menu for those who are gluten intolerant. Children can choose from their own menu of sandwiches, burgers and pizza. Book ahead to enjoy the meal, as the venue can get crowded during peak hours.
  • Easy Bistro & Grill

    203 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 1121 / +1 423 266 6748
    Revel in the French style of dining at this stylish bistro. Easy Bistro & Bar is location inside one of the oldest bottling plants of Coca Cola. Popular for its range of delectable dishes like shrimp & grits, local rainbow trout, oysters, shell fish, duck confit and plates of cheese and bread. Like typical French bistros, one can sit outside on the patio and enjoy a quiet meal in the cool breeze. The indoor dining area is luxurious to say the least. The soft lights and classy decor at once highlight the swankiness of the venue. The staff is warm and helpful.
  • Public House Chattanooga

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 3366
    Public House Chattanooga is one of the few upscale fine dining restaurants that provides a casual atmosphere to comfortably enjoy a meal. It is unpretentious and unassuming, welcoming all kinds of people to enjoy a finely prepared meal. Among the dishes worth mentioning, are the Public House burger and the fish sandwich which though look simple at first sight, are appealing to the taste-buds and leave an unforgettable impact on the palate. The Public House fried chicken is another delicacy waiting to be sampled. The wine menu also has quite a few good labels that complement the meal perfectly. Public House Chattanooga offers one the time of their life in its intimate and easygoing venue.
  • Terra Nostra

    105 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 634 0238
    Terra Nostra is a casual Tapas restaurant and wine bar, with an extensive wine list (with around 90 bottles), that has been much appreciated by diners. Having garnered acclaim for its wine and food, it woos the locals with its careful selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that are a great accompaniment to the wine. It is an ideal place to meet up with people of have an intimate dinner. Try the Hangar Steak or the House- made Paté de Foie Gras. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful, providing assistance with the menu selection. The prompt service is also an added extra.
  • Champy's Famous Fried Chicken

    526 East Martin Luther King Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 752 9198
    The name says it all. Champy's serves up delicious Southern fried chicken and so much more. Aside from the freshly fried to order chicken, they also have a menu full of other southern favorites like fried pickles, hot tamales, hush puppies, slaw, beans, fries and more. To wash it all down, try a jug of tea or a 40oz. 
  • Bald Headed Bistro

    201 Keith Street Southwest Cleveland, TN 37311 United States - Phone: +1 423 472 6000
    Adding a bit of Western flavor to Cleveland's restaurant scene, the Bald Headed Bistro offers you a wonderful fine dining experience. Stepping into this eatery is like entering a rather cozy hunter's cabin, what with the salvaged logs, taxidermy mounts and animal hides that make up the decor. You can enjoy scrumptious offerings like 14-ounce rib-eye steak, roasted Maine lobster tail, cedar-planked salmon, game platters and more. The bar features martinis, beers and wines.
  • Art Creations

    201 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 3626
    Because of its eclectic mix of shops and cafes, Frazier Avenue has often been called a living work of art. How fitting for this wonderful art supply store and gift gallery. Artists of all types can find the tools of the trade in a comfortable atmosphere. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable and enjoy helping others achieve their artistic goals. Gifts of all types fill the adjacent gallery. You'll be sure to find something special for that special someone.
  • Barrett & Co. Booksellers

    16 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 2665
    This cozy shop is a literary paradise. Shelves filled with interesting books, comfortable chairs for reading and friendly people to assist you are what you will find at Chattanooga's only independent bookstore. Special sections dedicated to Southern and local writers garner a lot of attention and free gift wrap is a nice touch. Personal service, shipping services and special orders set this store apart from the mega book super stores.
  • Frazier Avenue

    1 Frazier Ave Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687(Tourist Information)
    Chattanooga shoppers have been leaving traditional malls and shopping centers for the trendy shops and eateries located along the Tennessee Riverfront. As the focal point of the North Shore community, this collection of specialty stores, art galleries, cafes and restaurants occupy old warehouses and houses. Everything from sportswear to kayaks to a turkey club sandwich can be found here. Located next to Coolidge Park, it is a perfect place for families to shop and play.
  • The Sandbox

    1101 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 7655
    Children are often overlooked when it comes to fashion. They grow so fast it almost seems silly to spend a lot of money on clothes for the "wee people." However, when a special event is scheduled, little ones want to look their best, too. This shop caters to the discriminating parent who seeks the very best for their child's sartorial existence. Beautiful dresses, suits, casual and formal wear will make your toddler or infant the talk of the town.
  • The Antique Market

    1101 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 0505
    Step into another era every time you enter this store. Antique furniture from America and abroad finds its way into this little shop on the first floor of The Corner at Riverview. You'll discover dining furniture, bedroom furnishings and oriental rugs. Fine china and accent pieces add life to your home decor. Your office will become an instant conversation starter when you furnish it with an antique desk or secretary (a work table, not a person).
  • Goody's Hamilton Place

    2115 Gunbarrel Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 553 9231
    Purchasing clothing for every member of your family can be an arduous process. If you actually find all the stores that carry the brands your family likes you then are faced with having to pay a small fortune. This clothing store offers name brand clothing at discount prices. From Liz Claiborne to Levi's, there is something for every size, shape and budget.
  • Jack's Alley

    420 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 7427
    Once all but forgotten, this little alleyway is now a hub of activity. Today it is home to Panera Bread, Taco Mac, Sticky Fingers and Birkenstock Shoes. The two story shopping and dining area offers everything from a cup of coffee to delicious Tennessee Barbecued Ribs. Because it is so close to everything downtown, business people take the short walk over for lunch while visitors to the Scenic Citylove the convenience to local attractions and accommodations. Open daily from 11am.
  • Warehouse Row

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 1127
    This row of eight abandoned warehouses built between 1904-1911 has been transformed into a mixed-use property that includes shopping, offices and a food court. The food court provides culinary variety for hungry shoppers. Mall services include: ATM, outdoor picnic area, free Wi-Fi food court and covered parking.
  • Brainerd Village

    5750 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 3858
    Long before shopping malls invaded the area, this simple shopping center was the busiest place in town. More than a dozen stores still provide shoppers an opportunity to purchases everything from office supplies to running shoes. Stores like Office Depot and Sports Authority are well known chain stores, but smaller gift shops and specialty stores are here as well. It us also close to Eastgate Town Center, which offers additional shopping options and community services.
  • Hamilton Place Mall

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 7177
    Tennessee's largest shopping experience, this mall houses six department stores, 200 specialty shops, 30 eateries and 17 movie screens. 22 million shoppers come here each year, lured by the one million square feet of retail space and the exclusive selection of stores. Visit the website for additional store information or to purchase gift certificates online.
  • Neat Stuff Antiques

    1201 Hixon Pike Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 2012
    Whether you are looking for that rickshaw bike you saw overseas, an old-fashioned barber chair or that nostalgic gas station pump you cannot live without, you'll probably find it here. This antiques store offers a fascinating eclectic selection of unique era furniture, clothing, appliances, artwork, decor and things that defy categorization. They also boast an impressive collection of wrought-iron gate works and lawn pieces and have a dizzying array of stained glass windows. Who knows, you may even find those old baseball card your mom threw out!
  • Fast Break Athletics

    104 Tremont Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 0531
    Chattanooga is a "walking city." Everywhere you go you will find people in motion, walking across the Walnut Street Bridge or running along Broad Street to the Sports Barn. To keep these fitness enthusiasts at their peak performance level, this store offers the best gear from the top names in the industry. Find shoes from New Balance, Adidas and Saucony, as well as, heart rate monitors, sunglasses and apparel for people of all shapes and sizes.
  • Front Runner Athletics

    4251 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 875 3642
    A lot of folks are trying to take better care of themselves through exercise. However, many don't consider the damage they do to their feet when they run or walk without the proper footwear. This Hixson store has been supplying the Tennessee Valley with the very best in athletic footwear for years. You'll find shoes for running, walking, aerobics, cross training, and sports; plus knowledgeable staff to help find the shoe that's right for your activity.
  • Suck Creek Cycle

    501 Cherokee Blvd Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 8883
    Up the rampway and through the double-door entrance flanked by a psychedelic, Salvador Dali-esque mural sits the home of the most colorful and dizzying array of bikes in the Scenic City. Named after a famous Tennessee landmark known for outdoor adventure, this friendly neighborhood bike shop carries such great handmade bikes as Martini & Steel and Marin as well as familiar household names such as Schwinn. This engaging establishment has everything from road and mountain bikes to BMXs and cruisers, along with accessories to fit every budget.
  • All Creatures Great and Small

    101 Palisades Drive Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 5399
    When you first step inside this animal-themed gift store you will encounter an old-fashioned cast-iron bathtub (with claw feet). Although the tub is filled with bath toys for children to enjoy, the store is not only for the little folk. Animal lovers of all ages will enjoy the collection of picture frames, plush animals, journals and T-shirts bearing the image of your favorite dog, cat or equine. The pleasant decor and friendly staff make your shopping experience a delight and low prices will keep you coming back.
  • The Brow Gallery

    1221 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 5973
    A short drive up Signal Mountain carries you above the din of the city to a delightful gift shop and gallery. Inside you will find a stunning assortment of Williamsburg collectibles, hand-crafted pottery, fine porcelain and other office and home decor accessories. Each season the gallery stocks items to give your home or office a makeover. For example, a summer theme would include framed river landscape prints, watermelon-slice motif pottery and porcelain roses.
  • The Doll Cottage

    712 MIssissippi Avenue Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 866 1896
    This is a must stop for doll collectors visiting Scenic City. This adorable mountain cottage has been transformed into an exquisite showroom for some of the most beautiful dolls in "dolldom." A wide variety of porcelain treasures, with a range of real expressions and personalities, await the collector of fine dolls. Various clothing and accessories are available as well. There are plenty of little dolls for the wee ones, too.
  • The Grapevine

    716 Mississippi Avenue Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 0024
    A curious mountain cottage, this shop offers more hats, socks and caps than any store in the free world. Okay, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but you will be hard pressed to find another store that stocks so many interesting adornments for you feet and your noggin. You will find ski caps, baseball caps, fishing hats and more. Keep your feet toasty warm with wool socks or make them a fashion statement with designer hosiery.
  • J & S Shoes

    1215 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 2272
    The area's best kept secret for athletic footwear is tucked inside the Signal Crossing Shopping Center. This family owned shoe store carries a full line of casual, walking and athletic shoes including Adidas, Birkenstock, Timberland and others. Do not forget your feet when it comes to function and fashion. Outfit them with the best in the industry and at the best prices.
  • Mountain Top Toys

    1217 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 6943
    With the advent of warehouse-sized toy stores, small shops have dwindled. Thank goodness this Signal Mountain landmark didn't pack it in. The small size means the store carries the very best in toys and they are easy to find. Classics like Lego, Etch-A-Sketch and Slinky bring back memories. Barbie dolls, model cars and stuffed animals will help your child make their own memories. Watch your step! Children playing in the aisles. They just can't wait to get home to start playing and who'd blame them!
  • Wild Hare Books

    1219 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 1360
    Whether you wish to join a fishing crew into The Perfect Storm or become a thief with The Robber Bridegroom, you can make it happen with a book from this bookshop. Chain stores have all but forced the independent bookseller out of business, but this little shop is still bringing worlds of literature to patrons. You'll find an ample selection of fiction, non-fiction and Cliff's Notes for students. Can't find a book? Don't worry; special orders arrive in 1-2 days.
  • Natural Body Spa & Shoppe

    1202 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 2639
    A tranquil place of personal indulgence, this relaxing escape provides hypoallergenic supplies for men and women as well as unbelievably imaginative items for children—because everyone deserves a little indulgence. Housed against beige stucco walls, under track lighting and presented with a backdrop of soothing music, sits an impressive supply of aromatic candles and oils, body lotions and shower gels. The shop also boasts a large variety of skin-soothing cosmetics, plant-based hair care products, rejuvenating skin care products. Full spa services include facials, pedicures, exfoliation, skin peels and body wraps.
  • Cynthia Howell Stationery

    1310 Hanover Street Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 2667
    Walk through the ornately carved hand-painted front door and into a quaint shop that has everything stationery related: envelopes, paper plates, placemats and napkins in a dizzying array of colors, patterns and designs. Aroma candles, whimsical handbags, woven baskets and sterling silver jewelry make wonderful gifts whether you are planning a social event or attending one. For the scrapbooking aficionado, boxes and photo frames are stocked regularly. Talented designers are available to make your invitations, announcements and personal messages unforgettable.
  • Game Set Match

    100 Douglas Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 0024
    Within walking distance of an excellent neighborhood tennis court is a store with an exclusive focus on this popular sport. Women's tennis fashions and accessories abound here. Whether it's tennis towels, racket covers, or tennis balls, you will find it at this cozy little shop. Women's tennis fashions by Kaelin, Wilson, and K-Swiss fill the racks in the form of shorts, tops, visors, and accessories. Gift certificates are available.
  • The Children's Hour

    827 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 4284
    Located in the historic Radisson Read House, this enchanting shop is home to some of the most endearing children's toys in the Tennessee Valley. A selection of special children's books covers an entire wall of the store. You will also find high-quality musical instruments, mind-stimulating toys, videos and CDs. For those looking for something out of the ordinary, children's dress-up clothing and jewelry are available. Free gift-wrapping is provided.
  • Vintage Wine & Spirits

    800 Mountain Creek Road Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 9474
    Wine lovers understand the most important part of buying wine is finding a merchant who loves a fine wine as much as you do. The staff here not only loves wine; they taste every label that comes into the store to insure they stock only the best. The result of their hard work is a selection of wines for every taste and budget including the Black Opal wines from Southern Australia. In addition to fine wines you will find a good selection of cognac, rum and scotch.
  • Northgate Mall

    271 Northgate Mall Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 870 9521
    While the masses cram into the parking lots of Hamilton Place Mall, shoppers looking for a less frenzied experience drive a few miles north of the river to this shopping mainstay. For over three decades Northgate has been the mall of choice for residents of Hixson, Riverview and downtown Chattanooga. Over 80 stores and 10 eateries make it a great place to shop and dine. You'll find well-known department stores as well as specialty shops. To make your visit to the mall an even more educational and patriotic one, pay a visit to the Medal of Honor Museum.
  • McKay

    7734 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 0067
    If you're looking for a broad selection of books, movies, CDs and more entertainment options, come to McKay. The selection is both new and used, ensuring a wide price range for any budget. You can also bring in your unwanted books, CDs and movies to sell or trade for a whole new batch.
  • Zumfoot

    1820 Gunbarrel Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 7309
    Whether you are planning a long hike through the woods of East Tennessee or a casual stroll along the Riverwalk, you can outfit your feet in style with a visit to this Hamilton Place shoe store. Sandals, athletic and casual shoes from Asolo, Birkenstock, Nike and Teva are available in dozens of styles and colors. Rugged Timberland boots are just the thing for hiking and are a part of the largest selection of hiking boots in town.
  • Accent Specialty Baskets and Gifts

    100 Cherokee Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States
    Birthdays, anniversaries, engagements, corporate events-there is no end to occasions for giving a gift. When you need to send a gift, but flowers just aren't right, consider a gift basket from this North Shore shop. Specialty baskets filled with candies, cookies, breads, small gifts, and even flowers are designed for all occasions. These baskets are great for corporate accounts or premiums. All baskets can be delivered locally or nationally for your convenience.
  • The Bread Basket

    2116 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 7771
    If you are looking to convey warm sentiments to a business colleague or customer consider bread. Bread? Ask anyone in town, "What's the best gift you ever received?" Many will tell you it was a Bread Basket gift basket.Delicious fresh baked breads-rye, honey wheat, apple cinnamon and more—are arranged in mini and large loaves in beautiful baskets. Assorted muffins and cookies can also accompany the bread to the intended destination. Local and worldwide delivery ensures the near instant gratification of the receiver.
  • Bruce Baird and Company

    735 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 8821
    For years the well-dressed man in Chattanooga has visited Bruce Baird for fine fashions. From tailored suits to stunning sports wear, you will find the perfect styles, fabrics and colors for your lifestyle. Don't forget to select accessories such as gold cuff links and stud sets, silk ties, and leather belts to complete your ensemble. Beautifully handcrafted shoes caress your feet and silk and linen pocket squares add impact to your tailored look.
  • Corbin Factory Stores

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 1306
    The hand-stitched seams, sewn interfacing and unmistakable drape of Super 100's worsted wool are all hallmarks of this fine suit maker. For decades the Corbin brand has been known for quality suits in the latest colors and styles. Now you can have it at discount prices. When the manufacturer makes too many suits, the extras are shipped to outlets like this one. That means a $700 wool suit can be yours for less than $400. Monthly specials and seasonal clearance sales add even more value to your purchase.
  • Yacoubian Tailors

    829 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 0187
    Nothing feels so luxurious as a suit tailored to fit you perfectly. For over 40 years this family of tailors has been outfitting successful businessmen of Chattanooga in finery. The process begins with a cup of coffee and a brief consultation. Once you decide on the fabric, style and color, the experts go to work designing your custom suit. The result is some of the finest clothing ever to touch your skin. Expect to pay dearly for such quality. A typical wool suit will set you back a minimum of $1200.
  • Markman's Diamond Brokers

    2104 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 432 894 7581
    For over 30 years, Harold Markman has provided the fine people of Chattanooga with the highest quality diamonds at the lowest possible prices. From diamond engagement rings to wedding sets, you will find the perfect stone to be cherish forever. Tell her you still love her with a diamond necklace or tennis bracelet. Watch her eyes sparkle when she gazes upon a dazzling set of diamond earrings. The store also sells gold jewelry, precious gems and fine watches.
  • Bass Factory Outlet

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 6709
    Bass clothing is synonymous with comfort and style. However, you pay a lot of money to be comfortable shopping at retail stores. This factory outlet offers the same great looks at prices your budget will find very comfortable. Sportswear for men and women, hiking boots, sandals and casual shoes fill the shelves and line the walls of this friendly shop on Warehouse Row. With discounts as much as 60 percent, you are sure to find the perfect look at the perfect price.
  • The Great Train Store

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 891 7477
    All aboard! Last train leaving Chattanooga headed for...well, you decide. This specialty shop offers trains of various scales from "H-O" to "T." Landscape pieces, extra lengths of track, railroad crossings, specialty cars and more all make the model railroad experience more realistic. Thomas Train and Brio trains are perfect for a child's little hand. Many books, games and puzzles for the train lover in your family.
  • The Bag

    3878 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 875 0229
    Since 1969, this shop has been a neighborhood favorite and a perpetual blast from the past. Spike is your guide to the hip counter-cultural icons of the Age of Aquarius. Hemp sandals and hiking boots are an Eco-friendly option. Beaded bracelets and hemp-seed necklaces make awesome gifts. Harley Davidson clothing and accessories are a must-see. Vintage rock T-shirts and concert posters are everywhere. There's plenty of incense sticks and candles along with wooden-beaded curtains. A large assortment of "Dead Head" stickers fills an entire corner. And for the little ones, the plush Jerry Garcia doll and Grateful Dead Bean Bears make wonderful gifts.
  • Art Accent Inc

    825 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 0072
    For visitors with an artistic bent, this store supplies all your needs. Whether you create with a brush, pen or clay, you will find the premium products that will make your next work a masterpiece. A full line of papers from Arches, canvas from Fredrix and mat boards from Canson Crescent provide perfect foundations. You'll find Berol paints, foam boards and airbrush supplies as well. When your work is finished, come back for custom framing.
  • The Crop Shop

    7610 Hamilton Park Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 3515
    Forget the old days of gluing little scraps of paper and photos into a large, boring book. Today you can glue those same scraps into custom albums embossed with the subject of your memories. Okay, so it's pretty much the same as before, but now this shop offers all the supplies you need to make your scrap booking more successful. From pens to punches to paper, you will find a wealth of clever and helpful items to keep your memories alive.
  • Brainerd Army Store

    5102 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 1248
    Oh sure, this store carries a generous supply of camouflage clothing, military boots and insignias, and war memorabilia, but visitors will love the selection of camping and backpacking gear, hiking boots and hunting supplies. Pick up a new tent to protect you from the rain or a rubber raft to put you right in the middle of the rapids. Check out the cases, which are great for storage or transporting your stuff.
  • Country Heritage

    6404 E Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 899 3442
    Few people are looking to decorate a farmhouse these days, but a lot of folks appreciate country decor. If you want to turn your kitchen, living room or bath into a countryside oasis, visit this furniture store near Hamilton Place. Tables, chairs, dinette sets, bedroom suites and more in the classic American-country style make perfect accent pieces or complete decor solutions. A limited number of pieces are available unfinished so you can add any finish you prefer.
  • All Things Groovy

    24 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 3737
    This love-in from the 60's is your source for laid-back, eco-friendly fashions. Hemp embroidery and clothing such as sandals, wallets, Rastafarian caps and necklaces are a trademark. Beautiful Chinese sandals, Paua-shell rings, and magnetic hematite bracelets add uniqueness. Tie-dye for all ages along with imported clothing from India to Guatemala round out the most complete wardrobe. Banners representing everyone from Bob Marley to Kurt Cobain to Kiss line the walls. Numerous dreamcatchers and items for the kids like toy VW vans fill out a fully stocked selection. Hemp backpacks, vintage rock and fantasy posters and plenty of Lennon glasses make for wonderfully strange days indeed.
  • Let Us Light Your World

    5110 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 8535
    The right lamp can change the look of a room. This little shop in Hixson sells nothing but lamps and lampshades in styles for any decor. From whimsical golf themed lamps to kid-friendly animal designs you will find delightful ways to add some light to your home. Perhaps all you need is a new shade to spruce up an old lamp or even some minor repair on your existing fixtures. This shop has you covered on both counts.
  • Family Herb Shop

    5413 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 843 1760
    One of the fastest growing industries in America is alternative healthcare. People are looking for pathways to health without harmful drugs and painful surgery. This health food store in Hixson carries a full line of nutritional supplements and herbal solutions. Whether you want to lose weight, increase your stamina or improve your overall health, you will find the books and supplements to do it. If you are on a high-protein diet the store also carries Atkins meal replacement bars.
  • Becky's Shoes

    5149 Hixson Pike Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 876 7966
    No woman's wardrobe is complete without shoes to match each outfit, and nothing seems to make a woman happier than a shoe sale. Get ready, because this store holds a shoe sale every day. Casual shoes, athletic shoes, dress shoes, shoes of all styles, shapes and colors are sold everyday at discounts up to 80 percent. These are not cheap shoes, just cheap prices. You will find the brands you like at prices you will love.
  • Buehler's Market

    429 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 2510
    For more years than anyone can remember this store has been serving the downtown community's grocery needs. As the residential population continues to grow, more people are discovering this all but forgotten supermarket. You will find all of your favorite foods and brands here, as well as some ethnic items you may not be used to (like hog jowls). This is also the last store in Chattanooga that delivers groceries to area residents.
  • Dillard's Men, Kids and Home

    2200 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 1110
    A sophisticated store for sophisticated tastes, this is one of the anchor stores inside Hamilton Mall, and one of the most popular anywhere. This department store offers something for every member of the family. luxurious cosmetics and perfumes; upscale clothing from famous names like Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan; footwear from Cole Hann. Gift and housewares departments offer exquisite china, imported crystal, sterling silver, copper cookware and fine linens.
  • Pro-Photo

    3973 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 874 0165
    Professional photographers, graphic artists, and savvy people bring their projects here. This professional-quality photo lab can handle jobs other places cannot. Custom enlargements can be made as large as 4-feet and slides can be produced or duplicated in house. Bring in antique photos or family vacation pictures to be restored or duplicated. They also offer a complete range of photography services, including portrait, wedding and event, aerial and business card.
  • Bridgeview Photo Lab

    201 1/2 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8060
    The local specialist in processing black and white film is located north of the river across the street from Coolidge Park. This shop offers additional services, including slide processing, movie transfer to VHS format, APS service, and custom enlargements. You can even bring in your old photos and have them copied and touched up. All this while you bask in the warm summer sun in Coolidge Park. By the time your picnic lunch is finished, your photos will be as well.
  • Rick Honeycutt Sports

    6401 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 1081
    Rick Honeycutt was one of Major League Baseball's winningest pitchers. His illustrious career spanned two decades and four baseball teams. Today, you can find this superstar in his 30,000 square foot superstore. Pick up T-shirts with your favorite team logo or order team uniforms for your company softball team. You will find basketballs, baseballs, golf balls and volleyballs, too. Oh, and Rick's autograph is free.
  • Lamplighter Books

    404 Northgate Mall Drive Hixson, TN 37343 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 3010
    Behind the log cabin storefront is a store equipped to meet the spiritual needs of visitors. Inspirational books from today's favorite religious authors cover history, theology and self-help issues. Religious fiction is a hot seller here, as are biblical commentaries and study aids. If you prefer to receive inspiration through music, there is a wide selection of religious hymns, rock and choral music to satisfy your artistic preferences.
  • Mallard's Grocery

    6405 Harrison Pike Chattanooga, TN 37416 United States - Phone: +1 423 344 3343
    Harrison Bay State Park is a wonderful recreation area, but it is a little secluded. That privacy is wonderful when you are trying to escape the world, but not so wonderful when you realize you forgot food and supplies. This little grocery will save the day. Stop in for the makings of a picnic lunch before you go fishing, or pick up a week's supplies for the camping trip. You can even fuel your camper or boat outside.
  • Melon Head's Music

    327 Cherokee Lane Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 2126
    The owner of this eclectic music store somehow earned the unfortunate moniker Melon Head in his youth, but it has become a badge of honor these days. Everyone knows about this store, mostly because they were curious about its name. Now people come here not to satisfy their curiosity, but to satisfy their love for music. Melon Head has amassed an enormous collection of compact discs, some new, mostly used — and sells them at greatly reduced prices.
  • The Mint Sports Cards

    6401 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 8870
    If you want to rebuild your collection, start a new one, and get your own child involved in the hobby, shop this store for sports cards and collectibles. Hard to find cards from Major League Baseball, National Football League and NASCAR racing are the most popular scores, but you will also find collectible cards from popular movies like Star Wars and accessories such as presentation cases.
  • The Monkey Tree

    334 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 6333
    Some call it antiques, some call it junk, but no one can call it uninteresting. Every square inch of this store is filled with odd and beautiful pieces from around the world. You will find Indian and Chinese trunks, British furnishings, American memorabilia from the early 20th century and toys from Germany. Whether you are looking for an antique buffet for your home or a reel-type lawnmower for the yard, you are likely to find it here.
  • Chocolate Conspiracy Sweets

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 8117
    Uniquely displayed and festively hand-packaged gifts of chocolate, pralines, assorted jelly beans, brightly colored Jordan almonds, raspberry candies, cards, gag gifts; a visit here is good for the child that lives in all of us. Looking for a gift for loved ones or business associates? Have your choices put in decorative boxes, tins, baggies with bows or the palm of your hand — for the true chocoholic who cannot wait to get home with the goodies.
  • Church's Antiques and Accessories Unlimited

    1819 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, TN 37377 United States - Phone: +1 423 886 9636
    This simple building, set among oak trees atop Signal Mountain, was once a church, housing religious artifacts. Today, it's home to different kinds of artifacts. Antique furniture, vintage radios, crystal and glassware fill the shelves and tables inside this shop. Much of this merchandise comes from estate sales so the selection changes often. A great place to browse for gifts and home accessories, the store is about six miles north of downtown Chattanooga.
  • Cooley's Fine Clothing

    2224 Dayton Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 4554
    Well-dressed men and women trust this Hixson establishment to help them look their best. A casual and comfortable shopping environment, this store offers brand name suits, slacks, shirts and accessories for men and beautiful dresses and business suits for women. Clothes for a variety of occasions in the latest styles are available here. So, if you have decided to elope to Chattanooga, this is also a complete bridal store with gorgeous gowns for the bride and tuxedos (and rentals) for the groom.
  • The Daily Bagel

    7955 E Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 485 9566
    If you are staying near Hamilton Place and need a quick breakfast, stop in and sink your teeth into a hot, fresh blueberry or cinnamon bagel. Top a plain bagel with plain or flavored cream cheeses like strawberry or honey. Pick up a cup of coffee, a muffin, and you are ready for work. Need breakfast for the rest of the office? No problem. Call ahead your special order and pick it up hot and fresh on your way to work.
  • Fish Mania

    4330 Ringgold Road East Ridge, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 629 4107
    Although Chattanooga is known for the Tennessee Aquarium, most lovers of aquatic life must resort to a smaller scale when it comes to an aquarium at home. This shop has all you need to start or maintain a home or office aquarium. Whether you are looking to start a small 10-gallon freshwater unit or an elaborate seawater environment, you will find the tanks, chemicals, pumps, filters and more to create an underwater paradise. Oh, and they carry lots of fish too.
  • Grumpy's Music and Books

    3905 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN 37415 United States - Phone: +1 423 874 0242
    Used books of all genres in hard and soft cover are sold at deep discounts-up to 80% of retail. After you've found the perfect book to curl up with, it's off to the music room to find the perfect background music. Browse the enormous selection of used compact discs from popular artists. Rock, pop, country, classical, jazz and more fill the bins.
  • Hakky Instant Shoe Repair

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 6167
    It never fails. You are on your way to a meeting when the sole on your shoe separates or a heel falls off. Rather than spend money on a new pair, stop by this convenient shoe repair store inside Hamilton Place Mall. High-quality rubber soles and leather uppers are sewn into place to fix a shoe in any stage of disrepair. Even if your shoes are in good shape they could always use a good shine.
  • Patriotic House

    5507 Ringgold Road East Ridge, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 1540
    The owner of this shop loves the United States. Her husband, father and sons have all fought to defend the USA in foreign wars. She treasures her freedom so much that she decided to share her pride with everyone else. What better way to do that than to open a store? Inside you will find star-spangled banners, US-themed party favors and decorations to liven up your next 4th of July barbecue; plus, music to play all year.
  • Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 7656
    The silky feel of pinpoint cotton, the texture of Oxford cloth and the simplistic style of khaki are trademarks Ralph Lauren style. For years, his Polo line has stood for quality and casual style. Up until now, however, it has also stood for high prices. This factory direct store offers the newest products from the Polo line at greatly reduced prices. You'll find cable knit sweaters, all wool suits and the classic Polo knit shirt all at prices that resemble a close-out sale.
  • Sugar Shoppe

    8000 East Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 2051
    Cakes, cookies, and candies tempt you as you step inside. Cake molds hang from the walls and the glass display cases are filled with the handiwork of master bakers and confectioners. Choose a dozen fresh donuts on your way to the office, or pick up some thumbprint cookies for a party. Children's birthday cakes can be ordered to feed virtually any size group and wedding cakes are a specialty. If you are planning a very large event, there are catering options available as well.
  • Lollapalooza Boutique

    7550 East Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 5882
    This contemporary collection of fine fashions features luxurious fabrics and chic designs. The knowledgeable staff will assist you in selecting just your style in clothes for work or play. Career minded shoppers will find a variety of designs by Anne Klein and Dana Buchman. Sophisticated looks for evening wear from Marello and Donna Karan provide a chic and classic alternative to standard shopping mall collections. Cosmetics, jewelry and accessories tie together your new look.
  • Cookworks

    38 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 6133
    More than a gourmet grocery, this distinctive little shop offers a full array of supplies for the discriminating chef. Fine cookware and baking utensils line the shelves, along with fine gauge knives and electronic devices designed to facilitate your culinary projects. A small deli in the front lets shoppers grab a quick bite for lunch or dinner. Personalized cooking courses are perhaps the shop's best feature.
  • All Books

    410 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 0501
    Are you in the mood for a good mystery? How about an chilling suspense thriller? Maybe you prefer to wax poetic, or try your thumb at gardening? Whatever you interest, if you enjoy a good book, you're sure to find more than one here. The shelves of this shop are crammed with new and used books of every description. Settle into one of the comfortable couches and peruse your selections before purchasing or hang out late on Tuesday night for the free coffee and muffins.
  • America's Thrift Store

    6401 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 485 0798
    Looking for some good bargains? Do your good deed for the day as well! Stop by this, one of America's most well-known thrift stores, and browse through apparel for everyone in the family at rock bottom rates. The proceeds from the sales are donated to Christian charities that help those in need, both in and around the local community. There's no shame in being spotted shopping here—the discerning eye can pick out great stuff that could invite green glances. Alternatively, if you find yourself cleaning a cupboard full of old and used clothes that are still in good condition, bring them over and offer them as your mite for those who have none.
  • Susanna's

    921 Barton Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 4777
    Susanna's is a glamorous shop that every woman must visit for first-class clothing and accessories. The boutique is well-decked and stores a number of colorful items that can be acquired at reasonable rates. From earrings to bangles to skirts and tops, you'll find exactly what you desire! But in case you're not in the mood for some serious shopping, try checking out the neighboring establishments - there is a Polo outlet and a mall in the area. What's more, you will also easily locate interesting antique and gift shops here. So, don't forget to bring along your credit card.
  • Calhoun Prime Outlets

    455 Belwood Road Calhoun, GA 30701 United States - Phone: +1 706 602 1305
    Located 50 miles south of Chattanooga and 60 miles north of Atlanta, the Prime Outlets at Calhoun offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 45 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Banana Republic, Coach, Gap, Nike, Bath & Body Works, Tommy Hilfiger, Lane Bryant, Polo Ralph Lauren, Old Navy and many more. Hours may vary during sales, please visit the website for more details.
  • Dick's Sporting Goods

    2020 Gunbarrel Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 3122
    Dick's Sporting Goods, is one of the largest, indoor and outdoor sports gear retailers in the US. The store offers an inexhaustible range of goods and brands, one can find equipments for almost all kinds of sports here, be it hockey, gymnastics, Skiing, cycling, billiards or boxing the list is unending. Also the store has a fine collection of sports apparel, shoes and accessories. All one can say is—name it and they have it.
  • The Batterie

    2435 South Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 7530
    The Batterie is the only store in Chattanooga, where one can find all types of dance apparels and accessories. The store specializes in Pointe shoes, worn by ballet dancers and liturgical dance wear. The also have a range of dance shoes like Lyrical Shoes, Jazz shoes, Clogging shoes, Character shoes and more. Likewise the store also has a variety of products like leotards, dance bags and batons.
  • Burns Tobacconist

    110 Jordan Drive Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 5200
    In a world of mutual respect every smoker yearns for the freedom to be able to smoke where they please. Burns Tobacconist actually is one of these oases for a smoker, find all the cigars and the accessories you need to feed your vice. You can also just hang out and have a leisurely smoke without the guiltiness you feel from getting all the accusing stares from the non-smokers that swarm the planet!!!
  • East Ridge Flea Market

    6725 Ringgold Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 894 3960
    The largest indoor flea market of Chattanooga—East Ridge Flea Market is a place for some great shopping experiences. The market has more than 250 vendors and a variety of articles are sold here the likes of antiques, furniture, apparel, kitchenware, jewelery and craft. The market makes for a good place to get your hands on some quality articles for a cheaper rate. So what are you waiting for...head straight for East Ridge Flea Market.
  • Debbi's Flowers & Favors

    114 West Villanow Street Lafayette, TN 30728 United States - Phone: +1 706 638 5828
    Debbi's Flowers & Favors is one place where one can be assured of the freshest of flowers and the very best in customer service. They have beautiful flower arrangements and are a very professional service, dot on time and even go beyond the call of duty and accommodates emergencies. The bouquet selection is large, choose from plenty of flower selections which are delicately beautiful and pleasing to the eye.
  • Gap

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 1196
    Gap is a very famous brand name in the US, with over 3000 stores all over the country. The store offers a excellent variety in clothing for men and women, however the collection for men is worth checking out. From denims, casuals, shorts, T-shirts, fleece to inner wear, everything can be found here. A section of the store showcases a host of accessories and fragrance for men. Women can pick from skirts, tops and camis.
  • GapKids

    2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 4470
    GapKids, is a store for kids in the age group of 5 to 12, the range of clothes and accessories out here are wonderful. The collection includes casuals, pants, denims, skirts, polos, swim wear, active wear, outwear and inner wear. Bags, belts, flip flops and likes make up the list of accessories. GapKids is a nice place for kids to pick up some nice stuff to flaunt. So give your kids the best, take them to GapKids!!!
  • Toys R US

    2200 Hamilton Place Boulevard Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 6555
    Toys R US is one place that will make junior go crazy with excitement, actually, with such a huge variety of toys anyone would. The store has a huge collection of educational games, video games, music instruments, books, bikes, infant toys, puzzles, stuffed toys and much more. Also the store has a 'Pink Collection' for girls, toys categorized by age and all the well known brands.
  • Chattanooga Market

    1829 Carter Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 United States - Phone: +1 423 648 2496
    Be it music, arts or food, The Chattanooga Market will have some of the very best on offer. The market is a non-profit farmers' market that functions every Sunday, from April to December. It is held at the open-air First Tennessee Pavilion, and is known to attract large crowds every weekend. Besides promoting local farming and arts and crafts, the market also aims to promote community events, and does so by inviting bands to perform live every weekend. 
  • SturmHaus Beer Market

    1120 Houston Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 648 1120
    Beer lovers look no further than SturmHaus Beer Market. Stop in and enjoy one (or several) of the 15 different craft beers on tap. When you're ready to go, pick your favorite and get a growler to-go so you can enjoy the delicious craft brew at home too. If you get a little peckish, they have a great selection of cheeses and cheese sandwiches to accompany the beers perfectly. There's also a selection of bottled beer that you can drink there or take to go
  • Collective Clothing

    3933 Saint Elmo Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37409 United States - Phone: +1 423 488 4459
    One person's trash is another's treasures, and you can find those treasures at Collective Clothing. This boutique specializes in all things vintage and recycled clothing. You're likely to find anything from an authentic, vintage Slayer band tee to a prom dress from 1981. With shoes, accessories and all kinds of random gifts and items, a trip to Collective Clothing is truly a treasure hunt.
  • Two North Shore

    301 Manufacturers Road Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States
    Two North Shore is a nice, modern shopping center located, as the name implies, in North Shore. The center has a small, nice collection of businesses, from toy stores to Whole Foods to a gym and much more. If you're looking for a place for a nice stroll and shop, Two North Shore is the place.
  • Embellish

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 752 7463
    Embellish is a boutique in Southside's Warehouse Row that helps you do just that, embellish, your wardrobe. With an impressive selection of designer shoes, bags and accessories, you can find the perfect accent to any outfit. The boutique specializes in designer brands that may be hard to locate elsewhere in Chattanooga.
  • Merchants on Main

    607 East Main Street Chattanooga, TN 37408 United States - Phone: +1 423 521 6285
    Merchants on Main is a unique and delightful venue for shopping in Chattanooga's Southside Historic District. The shop is actually a market, a collection of over 20 different local retailer booths all under one roof. A perfect one-stop shopping destination. You can find all kinds of goods here, from furniture to specialty food items, gifts, home decor and everything in between. If you're looking for a truly Chattanoogan piece, Merchants on Market is a sure bet.
  • MoonPie General Store

    428 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 877 0592
    Chattanooga is the birthplace of the legendary MoonPie, so what better place to have an entire general store based around them? In addition to MoonPies, the general store also carries a wide selection of quirky, retro toys, novelty items and candy. There's also a whole section of Tennessee and Chattanooga related items, from bottles of BBQ sauce to moonshine.
  • Backstreet Betty's

    421 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 755 8867

    Backstreet Betty's is a boutique specializing in all kinds of trendy, current clothing and brands. The boutique is especially popular for the brands of jeans that it carries, as well as its stylish tops. They also carry a good selection of jewelry and other accessories to complete your outfit. 

  • Frankie & Julian's

    330 Frazier Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37405 United States - Phone: +1 423 266 6661
    Frankie & Julian's is a popular boutique specializing in stylish and trendy women's clothes. The boutique carries all kinds of different pieces and styles, and often hosts sales for special events. There is also a nice selection of accessories to complete your ensemble.
  • Rhinoceros Boutique

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 634 8045
    Rhinoceros Boutique is a women's clothing boutique located in Chattanooga's Warehouse Row. You're sure to find that perfect piece for your wardrobe while perusing the racks full of stylish clothing. You will also find a small selection of tasteful jewelry and accessories.
  • Revival

    1110 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 2656
    Since 2002, Revival has been providing Chattanooga with quality antiques, furniture, art and other home decor items. Located in Warehouse Row, those who are looking for that perfect piece to tie the room together or just something pretty to hang on the wall will love Revival. It is also a great place to find nice, tasteful gifts.
  • Cafe Tazza

    1010 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 3032
    The décor is multi-colored furniture, surrealistic murals, mosaic floor, and bookshelves with numerous tomes. Performance artists and musicians make this an interactive coffeehouse. Start the morning with a bagel and some cream cheese ($2). Lunch offers wraps, soups, and fresh sandwiches, including Java chicken sandwich (half sandwich $2.50, whole sandwich $4) with white chicken and a pineapple and curry seasoning. Freshly brewed coffee complement the delicious desserts, providing the perfect ending to a delightful dining experience.
  • Lizard Lounge

    1301 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 9899
    Not since the ill-fated Chameleon Club has Chattanooga enjoyed such an eclectic mix of people in one club. This newly opened (and, one hopes, long standing) club features a large dance floor, loud music, rude servers and the occasional live band. In other words, it is a perfect nightclub. College students are the primary patrons here, but it is not unusual to find the "older crowd" in attendance. In fact, there is nothing deemed unusual here. As the nights turn to morning you will find yourself dancing with an interesting cross section of society. $3 cover charge at the door.
  • Sky Zoo

    5709 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 521 2966
    SkyZoo is your destination for entertainment in Chattanooga. A bar, restaurant, pool hall, nightclub and live music venue all in one, it is impossible to have a bad time at SkyZoo. It's the perfect place to go whether you're just looking to play a game of pool or darts, or want to Sunday Funday it up with their Bloody Mary brunch bar. At night, the music gets pumping for some fun dance floor action. For nightlife and entertainment, check out SkyZoo.
  • Alan Gold's Discotheque

    1100 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 629 8080
    Alan Gold's is well known in Chattanooga for good times and strong drinks. The club hosts many different events, including plenty of highly entertaining drag shows. Whether you're just relaxing with a drink in the chillout lounge or dancing the night away, Alan Gold's is great for a night out on the town. With a fun atmosphere and even more fun staff and clientele, you're sure to have a great time at Alan Gold's.
  • Raw

    409 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 1919
    Voted Chattanooga's best nightclub, Raw is the perfect destination for a night out on the town. Whether it be the hottest DJs or most talented musical acts, there's always something playing and something to groove to at Raw. The two stories assures that there is plenty of room for dancing and socializing, and the full bar assures that nobody goes thirsty.
  • Bocce Ball Court

    412 East 2nd Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 5033
    Pronounced "botch-EE," this ancient game was introduced to America by Italian immigrants, and is played in much the same manner as lawn bowling. This classic game has found a special home under the shade trees growing on the bluffs overlooking the Tennessee River. Beer and wine are available Friday and Saturday nights, adding to the laid-back feel of this seemingly simple yet challenging game. Regular, non-tournament play is free to the public.
  • Cosmos Fitness Center

    7035 Lee Highway Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 855 4422
    Health and fitness has become an obsession with folks in Scenic City. Almost overnight there have been a dozen new fitness centers opening up to help people achieve their fitness dreams. This gym offers a number of personalized fitness programs along with the very best in fitness equipment. Cardiovascular workouts are easy with treadmills, stair-climbers, recumbent bikes and rowing machines. Over 70,000 pounds of free weights are available to help "pump you up." Affordable membership fees and special offers make getting in shape easy.
  • Bell Limousine

    1509 Maxwell Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 United States - Phone: +1 423 893 7600
    Whether you are attending an important conference or just want to arrive in style, this limousine service is Chattanooga's leading provider of luxury car service. From the simple 8 passenger stretch models to the outrageous 13-passenger Lincoln Navigator stretch, your party will be the star attraction. Hire a car for social events, weddings, parties, airport service, business meetings, out-of-town trips or any special occasion that you want to be even more special. Minimum 3-hour rental on all stretch models, 4-hour minimum on the Navigator. Prices range from $75-$95 per hour.
  • Erlanger Health System

    975 East Third Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 778 7000
    Erlanger Medical Center, with its satellite centers, is the largest provider of health care services in Chattanooga. This full-service hospital provides the area's only Trauma 1 center, with Life Force emergency helicopter transport. It also encompasses the region's premier facilities for the treatment of burns, diabetes, kidney disease, and craniofacial deformities. Its Women's Center delivers two thirds of Chattanoogan babies. In conjunction with T. C. Thompson Children's Hospital, it houses a state-of-the-art neonatal unit.
  • Parkridge Medical Center

    2333 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 698 6061
    Parkridge Medical Center and East Ridge Hospital are the major facilities that make up this full-service health care system. Both consistently appear on the list of “100 Top Hospitals' Intensive Care Units (ICU)” in the nation. Each site offers advanced medical technology for diagnosis and treatment of disease, including cardiovascular and cancer. Equally important, is their commitment to promoting a lifetime of health by offering various community education services, such as cholesterol screenings and exercise classes.
  • Chattanooga Convention Center

    1 Carter Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 0001 / +1 800 962 5213 (Toll Free)
    Practicality is what the architects kept in mind while they designed this enormous building. Walk in, to be awed by 30-foot high walls, 312,000 square feet of total space, 100,000 square feet of exhibit space, 21 meeting rooms, six ballrooms, 3,500 parking spaces and 14 loading docks. Moreover, all the rooms are well-connected and perfectly suited to meet any business requirement. An excellent natural, direct and diffused lighting system and an adjustable sound system bring the place to life. To top it all off, some of the walls are removable, to accommodate guests. On-site catering and technical services, provided by an attentive meticulous staff assure that your event goes off without a hitch. Banquets can be planned for groups from 30 to 3,000 and an excellent, well-stocked bar adds the finishing touch. Additional amenities include a high-speed wireless internet connection, event organization in accordance with your budget, and online communications. The façade is just as grand, with 30-foot high trees to compete with the walls!
  • Millennium Taxi Service

    2145 South Holly Street Chattanooga, TN 37404 United States - Phone: +1 423 267 2008
    Millennium Taxi Service, is definitely one of the best means of transportation that this city has. With a metered fare per mile, the service is safe, fast and comfortable. Online reservations are accepted as are the phone reservations. Millennium Taxi Service, also provides shuttle service and vans for large groups. With a reputation of customer satisfaction, it makes a good option to travel around the city.
  • Finley Stadium-Davenport Field

    1826 Carter Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States
    Finley Stadium-Davenport Field is the home stadium to the football team of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Brilliant scoreboards and various luxurious and comfortable seats at the stadium add on to the fun quotient of every match played here. This stadium has not only been a venue for numerous school football matches but also hosted a number of community functions and festivals too.
  • AT&T Field

    201 Power Alley Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States
    The AT&T Field was formerly known as the Bellsouth Park. This brilliant baseball field located in Chattanooga is one of the most sought after venues for baseball games. This $10 million dollar stadium has been so designed that the majority of the seven thousand seats are located on the first base side to give the viewers a perfect view of the game.
  • Chattanooga

    Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States - Phone: +1 423 756 8687 (Tourist Information)
    Set in the Scenic mountains and by the river Blueway, Chattanooga has something for everyone. There are a host of outdoor activities like whitewater rafting, hand gliding and its top rated mountain biking ranges for the adventure freaks. For others, there is its galore of museums including the Hunter Museum of American Art or and Ruby Falls caverns  to explore among others. That's not all, go boating in the riverboats and to the Tennessee aquarium for its great display of the sea life and for its 3D shows. Interesting dining spots, designer boutiques and quaint little stores add to the charm of this city.
  • Lee University

    1120 North Ocoee Street Cleveland, TN 37320 United States - Phone: +1 423 614 8000 / +1 800 533 9930 (Toll Free)
  • Ocoee Middle School

    2250 North Ocoee Street Cleveland, TN 37311 United States - Phone: +1 423 476 0630
  • Broad Street United Methodist Church

    155 Central Avenue NorthWest Cleveland, TN 37311 United States - Phone: +1 423 476 5586
    It is a historic Methodist church building located in Cleveland, Tennessee. It was built in the year 1893 and the structure features the Romanesque style architecture. The church now offers many opportunities to pray, study, fellowship and service. Various interests promoted are music, youth programs, children’s programs and many more activities. For upcoming events, activities and sermons, visit their website. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1984.
  • Charleston Cumberland Presbyterian Church

    Railroad Street Charleston, TN 37310 United States
    The Charleston Cumberland Presbyterian Church dates back to the 1860s. During the Civil War, this church was transformed in to a medical facility that treated wounded Confederate soldiers. This church was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    433 North Ocoee Street Cleveland, TN 37311 United States - Phone: +1 423 423 476 5584
    Spread over less than one acre of land, the First Presbyterian Church is a historic structure that is designed in it's Greek Revival. The church teaches the people to grow with Christ and to know him and to share his love with the rest of the community. The church welcomes visitors daily and is glad to enlighten the new comers and tourists about the beauties of thi historical church.


  • Clear Springs Cumberland Presbyterian Church

    Clear Springs Road Calhoun, TN 37309 United States
    Clear Springs Cumberland Presbyterian Church was established in 1860. It was initially a part of the Knoxville Presbytery, and in 2007, the church was accorded a listing in the National Register.
  • DuBose Memorial Church Training School

    635 College Street Monteagle, TN 37356 United States - Phone: +1 931 924 2353
    DuBose Conference Center was earlier known as DuBose Memorial Church Training School. It is an Episcopal church training and conference center and was a historic site at Fairmont and College Streets in Monteagle, Tennessee. The conference center was first built in 1924 and has a Mission/Spanish Revival type of architecture. The center got listed on National Register of Historic Places on November 25, 1980.
  • First Baptist Church

    506 East 8th Street Chattanooga, TN 37403 United States - Phone: +1 423 265 3229
    Formerly known as the Shiloh Baptist Church, the First Baptist Church is a historical church. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was built way back in 1885.
  • St. Elmo Historic District

    St. Elmo Historic District Chattanooga, TN 37409 United States
    The St. Elmo Historic District is a charming neighborhood of Chattanooga. Dating back to 1885, it has a mix of architectural styles which include the Victorian bungalow and Victorian. The district comprises of many historic properties and thus became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church

    Ocoee Street at Central Avenue Cleveland, TN 37364-0005 United States - Phone: +1 423 476 5541
    The St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Cleveland, Tennessee. The church was built in 1873 by Peter Williamson in Gothic style architecture and the red brick structure of the church features a pedimented porch, a rose window and a gable roof. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.