Chattanooga restaurants from A to Z

Eat your way through the alphabet with these local restaurants that start with each letter.

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We hope you’re hungry, folks.

Photo by Zaya 1943 Korean Steakhouse

Deciding where to eat in Chattanooga should be as easy as ABC — so we’ve rounded up a list of local restaurants starting with each letter of the alphabet.

A. Amada Tapas & Wine, 1413 Chestnut St.
Bring your loved ones to share a variety of Spanish small plates and wine offerings.

B. Boccaccia Restaurant, 3077 Broad St.
This cozy spot is one of South Broad’s hidden gems. Pro tip: Stop by on your birthday for a free meal and dessert.

C. Calliope Restaurant & Bar, 422 E. MLK Blvd.
This spot serves a seasonal menu where “Levantine cuisine meets modern influences.”

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Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner you’re looking for — we’ve got you covered.

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D. The Daily Ration, 1220 Dartmouth St.
Get your brunch fix at this NorthShore restaurant + keep an eye out for its daily specials.

E. Embargo 62, 301 Cherokee Blvd.
Enjoy Cuban eats + classic craft cocktails — not to mention plenty of live music and dancing.

F. Feed Table & Tavern, 201 W. Main St.
Choose from an intimate dining experience on the table side, or head to the tavern side for grub while you watch the game on the many TVs.

G. 1885 Grill, 3914 St. Elmo Ave.
Try out southern coastal cuisine right in the heart of St. Elmo.

A plate of sunnyside eggs with greens on top of toast.

Just call us the brunch bunch.

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H. Hello Monty, 306 W. Main St.
Try out this Southside spot’s wood-fired American fare.

I. Innside Restaurant, 800 Chestnut St.
Known for being “Chattanooga’s best kept secret,” this family-owned downtown spot serves up a variety of breakfast and lunch offerings.

J. Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint, 818 Georgia Ave.
Enjoy a burger and beer at this downtown spot — don’t skip out on the deep-fried Oreos.

K. Kai Bistro, 625 E. Main St.
Unlock flavors from Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, and Hawaii at this Asian fusion restaurant.

L. Little Coyote, 3950 Tennessee Ave.
Head to St. Elmo to enjoy smoked meats, fresh tortillas, and agave spirits.

M. Main Street Meats, 217 E. Main St.
This Southside neighborhood butcher shop + restaurant is as farm-to-table as it gets.

N. Niedlov’s Bakery & Cafe, 215 E. Main St.
This Southside bakery is known for its fresh-baked pastries and breads.

NOOGAtoday | Plate of food featuring veggies, meat, and rice.

Several folks said Old Man Rivers Table & Tavern was one of their top spots to eat this year.

O. Old Man Rivers Table & Tavern, 118 Cross St.
This spot at the base of Signal Mountain invites folks to unplug and enjoy a nice Southern meal.

P. Public House Restaurant, 1110 Market St.
Enjoy Southern cuisine with specials sourced from local farmers.

Q. ‘Nooga Q Smokehouse Grill, 301 Signal Mountain Rd.
This smoked-meat spot has a “Q” in the name, so it counts, right?

R. The Rosecomb, 921 Barton Ave.
Taste Appalachian-inspired dishes while sipping on craft cocktails and wine.

S. STIR, 1444 Market St.
Enjoy the oysters and seafood cold bar that’s fresh + rotates seasonally.

T. Two Ten Jack, 1110 Market St.
Head downstairs at Warehouse Row for a cozy meal at this Izakaya + ramen house.

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Sometimes all you need is a good burger to hit the spot.

Photo by Nathan Michael via Chattanooga Tourism Co.

U. Urban Stack, 12 W. 13th St.
If you’re craving a burger, this spot is for you.

V. Vine Street Market, 1313 Hanover St.
Head over to this cozy NorthShore bakery for pastries and its daily lunch options.

W. Wooden City, 203 Broad St.
This downtown spot serves up small plates, wood-fired pizza, sandwiches + its house favorites.

X. Six-Eighteen, 618 Georgia Ave.
We had to get a little creative here since we couldn’t find an “X” restaurant. This luxury night lounge offers wings, fried okra, and fries while you’re enjoying a night of entertainment.

Y. Yummy Thai Food Truck, locations vary
This beloved Chattanooga food truck serves up Thai + Lao cuisine — stay tuned for its storefront and bar coming soon to NorthShore.

Z. Zaya 1943 Korean Steakhouse, 300 Cherokee Blvd.
Treat yourself to a dinner featuring premium meats and flavors, like the Greater Omaha 55-day dry-aged ribeye steak.

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