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32 Chattanooga patios for outdoor dining

Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Chattanooga’s many beautiful patios.

NOOGAtoday | Hello Monty

Get your healthy dose of sunshine while enjoying your meal.

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Is it just us, or does eating outside make food taste better?

Catch some rays or laze in the shade at one of these 32 Chattanooga patios. Pro tip: Don’t miss the shade level we’ve included for each of these locations.

Bonus: Looking to bring your four-legged friends? Check out our dog-friendly guide for spots that welcome pups on its patios.


Basecamp Bar and Restaurant | 346 Frazier Ave. | Partially shaded
Enjoy a craft beer + comfort chow at this spot’s outdoor patio with seats that overlook Coolidge Park.

Brewhaus | 224 Frazier Ave. | Mostly sunny
Sit out on the patio while you enjoy German-American brews and food.

The Daily Ration | 1220 Dartmouth St. | Partially shaded
Sip on a mimosa while you enjoy brunch at this Northshore eatery’s large outdoor seating area.

Food Works | 205 Manufacturers Rd. | Fully covered
This spot has a large deck for folks to sit outside while enjoying their meal.

Taco Mamacita | 109 N. Market St. | Fully covered
Enjoy tacos + a margarita on this low-key covered patio.

Il Primo | 1100 Hixson Pike. | Fully covered
Head over to the spot’s Northshore location for a shaded, plant-lined outdoor patio.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que | 205 Manufacturers Rd. | Fully covered
This local barbecue spot has a large outdoor covered deck.

State of Confusion | 301 E. Main St. | Fully covered
Enjoy brunch, lunch, and dinner at this spot’s large outdoor seating area.

Feed Table and Tavern | 201 W. Main St. | Fully covered
Head over to the tavern side of the restaurant to enjoy your meal on the covered patio.

Hello Monty | 306 W. Main St. | Fully covered
Gather with friends and family at this spot’s outdoor seating area that’s meant to mimic the feel of a “great backyard cookout.”

Alleia | 25 E. Main St. | Fully covered
This Italian restaurant has a secluded + serene outdoor seating area to enjoy.

STIR | 1444 Market St. | Partially shaded
Sit outside the Chattanooga Choo on the spacious patio with string lights to light up your evening dinner.

Honey Seed | 1705 Market St. | Parially shaded
Enjoy a wood-fired pizza or Montréal-style bagels at this spot’s patio.

Boathouse Rotisserie & Raw Bar | 1459 Riverside Dr. | Fully covered
Sit out on the deck to enjoy views of the Tennessee River.

Public House Restaurant | 1110 Market St. | Fully covered
This restaurant that specializes in Southern fare has an outdoor seating area that wraps around the restaurant.

Tony’s Pasta Shop and Trattoria | 212 High St. | Partially shaded
Enjoy your meal in the Bluff View Arts District on a patio that makes you feel like you’ve journeyed to Italy.

Old Gilman Grill | 216 W. 8th St. | Fully covered
Head to West Village to enjoy lunch or dinner on this covered patio.

NOOGAtoday | Mean Mug patio

The Mean Mug in Southside has a quaint patio for its patrons to enjoy.

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Coffee shops

Be Caffeinated | 14 W. Kent St. | Fully covered
This coffee shop’s Northshore location has two covered patio sections for patrons to enjoy.

Niedlov’s Bakery & Cafe | 215 E. Main St. | Partially shaded
This cozy + covered outdoor patio is the perfect spot to enjoy your breakfast or lunch.

Velo Coffee Roasters | 509 E. Main St. | Partially shaded
Enjoy your coffee in the outdoor patio space with covered + uncovered areas.

Mean Mug | 114 W. Main St. | Partially shaded
Enjoy your coffee outside — the Southside location has several tables + three picnic tables with umbrellas.

Rembrandt’s Coffee House | 204 High St. | Partially shaded
Enjoy coffee, pastries, and lunch options on the cozy patio.

NOOGAtoday | Unknown Caller

Enjoy a cocktail from Unknown Caller on the patio in Cooper’s Alley.

Bars and breweries

The Rosecomb | 921 Barton Ave. | Partially shaded
Enjoy a cocktail in the outdoor garden space.

Oddstory Brewing Co. | 1604 Central Ave. | Partially shaded
This brewery’s large outdoor space is kid + dog-friendly, with plenty of seating options.

Shady’s Corner | 1402 Cemetery Ave. | Partially shaded
This newly-opened 21+ bar has a covered + non-covered outdoor seating area with TVs and games.

Naked River Brewing Co. | 1791 Reggie White Blvd. | Partially shaded
Enjoy your brews and barbecue on the spacious patio.

The Boneyard | 26 Station St. | Partially shaded
Head to this spot’s front or back patio while enjoying drinks from the bar + eats from the food truck. Note: This bar is 21+.

Unknown Caller | 715 Cherry St. | Partially shaded
Head to the back of this 21+ speakeasy-style cocktail bar to enjoy your drinks outside.

Pickle Barrel | 1012 Market St. | Fully covered
Climb up the spiral staircase to sit at the elevated covered patio — Note: This spot is 21+ at all times.

Cherry Street Tavern | 719 Cherry St. | Partially shaded
Take your drink outside to this bar’s patio space in Cooper’s Alley. Note: this spot is 21+

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