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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Arkadin, Apr 6, 2012.
Like somewhere good you have to eat?
Sticky Fingers, Sugars for BBQ
Big River and a few other decent places around the aquarium.
i have a sticky fingers here... so maybe sugars
Sugars is alright.
I really enjoy Tony's trattoria.
Urban Stack is a good place for burgers and Taco Mamacita is the best mexican food I've had in town.
Chattanooga is fucking awesome
how dare you phrase your thread title in such a way
we just got a taco mamacita here on the beach
What you doing in Chattanooga ark? I got my e-tickets today.
You can watch your team lose the National Championship Game.
That's what I did there.
where is undrtow? he posted pics from some awesome hotdog joint.
goddamn. yeah that would fuck up a town for me
Does anyone call it the 'Nooga? Because they should.
The Terminal Brewhouse
Big River Grille
Brewhaus (on the northshore)
Taco Mamacita is pretty good (on the northshore)
If you're staying for awhile, Formosa in Hixson is the best Chinese in town.
Rhythm and Brews has music on the weekends at night. It's actually in the back of Big River.
Tons of stuff to do downtown man
check food network website for triple D locations?
Yea, it's often called the Noog or the Nooga
Sugars, Hair of the Dog, Terra Nostra, Big River Bar and Grill, Nabe sushi, Aretha Frankensteins, and a bunch of restaurants, breweries/brew pubs that have opened over the past few years to which I am not privy. Its a cool, chill city.
My desire to visit just went up 183 percent with this news.
It's really a great place to visit fall, spring, or summer. Fall and Spring UTC students are here which adds about 10,000 students to the downtown area. Football season is always awesome because Chatt is quite the SEC melting pot. You'll find Georgia, Auburn, Tennessee, and Alabama fans everywhere. People are friendly and it's beautiful. If you like outdoors stuff, there's more to do within an hour of Chattanooga than anywhere in the U.S. from a pure outdoor perspective whether it's rock climbing, caving, kayaking, canoeing, repelling, hang gliding, cliff diving, boating, hiking, camping. It's just a really pristine area for that sort of thing.
Summers are nice too because of the above especially, but the downtown and northshore areas are really nice.
It's my hometown and it's come a long way from late 80's/early 90's.
Mayor Corker did a ton for it didn't he?
He did. I liked Bob. I met him a few times. He used to frequent Boccaccia's, a really nice Italian restaurant in St. Elmo. He's a really nice guy. I'm glad he got the Senate seat. Wouldn't be surprised to see him get a VP nod one day. He's really savvy.
Went to a beerfest/music festival in Chattanooga a year ago on the river and that was a lot of fun and the views around the city are great, downtown has a comfortable feel to it. Really great area to be if you're white.
I did as well when I was 11
Chattanooga Brewfest was great in 2007 but then the next year they disallowed dogs and made you buy tokens for drinks. Weak.
Yea I could've done without the tokens and the gay plastic cup they made you drink out of.
The daughter who made out with others on facebook dated a friend of mine and we would go over to their house in high school. The guest house there is bigger than you would ever need.
That would be really cool if he got a VP nod.
Ya, they live in like Minnekauda or some ridiculous old money subdivision on or near the river somewhat close to the Chattanooga G&CC. Place is so nice.
Chattanooga...although last time i was there the "Coming Out Festival and Parade" was going on...This song was being blared
Faggots, hipsters, art lovers, and auburn fans.
We got em all.
man there was this place next to the old train station that was unreal/very local but kinda pricey when i lived there. think it was st. johns?
also a good italian joint overlooking the tennessee but its kind of tucked away. its called tony's in the art district.
The fact that they call it the 'Nooga plus your avatar makes me want to stop by.
Fucking love the park by the river in Chatt town.
Stay at the Chatanooga Choo Choo
I-75 South is pretty good
Everybody who said Big River Grille is right
The military park isn't bad but you're from the South so probably nothing new to you.
cant believe lamar's hasnt been mentioned yet. boogie residents should be ashamed of themselves.
Arkadin, what's bringing you to Chattanooga, and how long you staying?
yes, yes they do
that was just a great little sandwich shop I frequent for lunch. http://www.gollywhopperstn.com/#
yeah i could get down on one of those hot dogs
did taco mamacita originate in chatt?
added the link to their menu
I'm not sure, tbh. I know we've had one for years and as mentioned, it's the best Mexican in town
the one on sullivans island here in the chuck opened this summer. like i said im a big fan
I periodically make a trip downtown just to grab some Peruvian Chicken
Champy's Chicken is really good too.
was coming back to post that Champy's fried chicken and a 40oz are musts.
St. Johns. They also opened a sister restaurant right next door that shares some of the same menu items but is a lot cheaper. It's called The Meeting Place or St. John's Meeting Place.
Alleia's is very good Italian. It's $$$ but is authentic as you will find.
Their Fried Chicken is really good. There's just so much to mention. As JDA2177 mentioned earlier, Champy's is also good. They have a seafood boils during some weekends which are really good.
Tony's is really good. The Art District in and of itself is really a great place to relax. Rembrandt's is an awesome coffee shop. Their food is also really good. For breakfast I always get the French Toast and for lunch it's always a Reuben.
The Ice Cream Show is right next to the Walnut Street Bridge (walking bridge) and you'll want to take your woman with you if you go there. It's really good ice cream.
Sugar's Ribs is pretty good BBQ downtown, but your best bet is finding some in the projects with a smoker.
If you're in town for a few days, we have a AA baseball team, the Chattanooga Lookouts, who plays in a stadium overlooking the river. They have a beer garden sponsored by Big River and it's always a good time.
Broad Street Grille is inside of the Chattanoogan Hotel, which is an awesome hotel in walking distance from aforementioned Urban Stack, Niko's (a really great Greek place), and Southern Star a local meat and 3 which is delicious for lunch. They have superb banana pudding.