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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Arkadin, Apr 6, 2012.
I'm partial to Feed and 1885 as a buddy owns them
Captain D's is fucking scrumptious. If that wins out, it's not a total loss. Get a three piece with double green beans.
Every single fucking time this thread gets bumped I want to drive three hours and go to Tremont and this time it remind me of the lady breastfeeding next to us at Taco Mamacita. Kid was way to old to still be on the tit.
Went Totto and it didn't disappoint as usual. Sunday is 1/2 price sushi night so it was slammed for Chattanooga standards
Pics please. Did you have a dirty Sanchez?
Fortunately I didn't snap a picture
Don't remember what I got but it was good
Went to Feed and waited an hour but the scenery was A+ so not bad at all.
I got the ribeye and it didn't disappoint.
It's a great atmosphere. The USMNT went there for their postgame party a couple weeks ago.
Getting out of town to visit the Nooga in a couple weeks with the better half. Need an updated list of fabulous dining and local bars to check out.
Money is not an object as I’m clearly wealthy based on the fact that I weekend in Chattanooga.
1885 Grill for the foodies in your life.
Otherwise, ask Tin Cup himself: undrtow
Fabulous dining is St John's, Easy Bistro and Alleia
Chattanooga lacks good bars. Tremont is a tavern with the best burger. Mikes hole in the wall, Clyde's and pickel barrel are solid options for drinks too
What everyone above me said but I'd like to add Beast + Barrel as a dinning option as well.
It's over on the NorthShore.
Flying Squirrel is pretty good. You can get drinks and bowl over by Finley Stadium at Chattanooga Brewing Company and Southside Social.
I like Alleia a lot as has been said.
My wife just asked me about breweries so I’ll have to check that one out. Is that your favorite? Any other good ones?
Hutton & Smith is the best brewery in town imo. I'll echo what everyone else has mentioned. Although, I've never been to Beast & Barrel but heard good things. D. Silver tell me about it. Feed Company is another spot for good food, drinks, and a good beer list. Feel free to PM me with any questions.
Edit: We also frequent the Boathouse and STIR for oysters and drinks
Stir is great. I saw where a breakfast spot The Frothy Monkey opened up next door to it. My brother went one morning and loved it. I like the Terminal Brewhouse beers too. I haven't been in a while, but their Maibock was really good.
STIR may have the best happy hour in Chattanooga. Met my wife there tonight for some oysters and a drink before cooking at home. Terminal is good but always seem to go elsewhere. Never been to Frothy Monkey. I rarely go out for breakfast as I work most mornings, including weekends
Terminal stuffed sandwiches
and yes, The Frothy Monkey is a good spot for breakfast but I didn't love their coffee.
It's a gastro smokehouse and they smoke/dehydrate all their meats in house. They actually have the dehydrators sitting out so you can watch the process. They have happy hour everyday from 3-6.
Their southern anti pasta platter for an app is a must. Smoked pulled pork, smokes jerky, smokes sausage, smoked ham and a few other along with some artisan cheeses and their homemade smoked mustard.
I liked FEED too, but enjoyed Beast + Barrel a touch more.
Velo Coffee. such good coffee. That is all.
I like Feed more for sandwiches, drinks, and environment. Watch games there often
I like Maple Street Biscuit Company’s maple coffee every now and then for a change of pace. It’s delicious.
Bunny hop is different but great.
Went to Barley for the first time a few weeks ago. Really fucking chill but good beer selection. I'd recommend Bitter Alibi for drinking spot. Haven't been to Honest Pint in forever but always enjoyed it. Hutton and Smith is best brewery in town, and Oddstory is across the street and pretty good too. All of these are within a few blocks of each other. Coin Op is also right next to Barley and pretty cool if you like cheap beer and old arcade games. NBA Jam is free.
For breakfast I've heard 2 Sons and Bluegrass Grill are both excellent, but I haven't been to either yet.
I'm a big fan of Embargo 62. Good drinks and amazing pork.
Heaven and Ale has finally opened at their new location. From the couple of times I've walked by, it looks pretty badass.
Went in yesterday for the second time, they are feeling themselves on some new England hazy juicy beers. Will say the juice buckets is good and comparable to bearded Iris homestyle, if not better
Also, have been to Alleia several times now and it's the second best restaurant behind St johns
Saw this thread bumped and wanted to thank everyone for their suggestions. Weekend in Chattanooga was a lot of fun.
Visited many of the places recommended in the thread and had a great time. Seems like a great place to live. 10/10 would visit again.
If you ever find yourself in Cleveland the Bald Headed Bistro is a great restaurant that is as good as St Johns imo.
Ate at Feed last night and Tremont Tavern tonight. Both were excellent.
Heading back to the Nooga with the whole fam for 4th of July for some reason.
Where’s the best fireworks?
The ones in Coolidge Park over the river are really good as are the ones at Chester Frost Park in Hixson.
Love Tremont. It didn’t expand until about 3 years ago. Used to be like sardines on Trivia Monday’s.
Looking forward to Parkway Pourhouse opening
Just the name of this brings back memories when the only drinking establishments downtown were Parkway, CBC, and T-bones. RIP T-bones - nobody misses you but we still had some good memories.
New(ish) Heaven and Ale brews are legit but pricey. Beer is better than Hutton and Smith but i still prefer H&S when factoring price and atmosphere.
The BFF "won" a Chattanooga package. We have like $400+ in gift cards to bars, breweries, restaurant s, 4 nights in downtown hotels, etc. Looking forward to the few trip s. I'll update the list. Most excited about the Flying Squirrel. Loved that place. Tiny Bombs on draught
The Social (bar in Public House) is a must. Grab a burger at Main Street Meats
Chattanooga golf and country club has a good show and not usually a big crowd.
I miss old tbones more than about any other bar. Also i miss old mikes hole in the wall. Also parkway was awesome as fuck.
Ate at St. John's and Taco Mamacita to finish up the trip. Both great too.
I have a certificate for Four Lower Box Tickets to a Lookouts game. Looks like the only home games are Aug 24-28. It will go to waste otherwise.
I might be, but if I'm not, I've got a buddy who's obsessed with the Lookouts and his kids would love nothing more than to go.
I’ve got a friend who’d use em
Just got into town and checked in at a downtown hotel. This is more of a trip for the wife and 3yr old as we are headed straight to the aquarium.
We a gift card to Public House for dinner. Anything a must get menu item?
Where are y’all staying? I know downtown, but which hotels?
I’m In Chattanooga right now.
The Aquarium, for Chattanooga, is really good.
That’s a good one. Good location.
Just seeing this. What'd you get and how was it?