With the help of a grant from United Way of Greater Chattanooga + the desire to continue to grow after 25 years, Crabtree Farms will be making some changes to its grounds over the next few years.
It’s official, the Flying Squirrel has flown away, and in its place now stands Ernest Chinese. Brought to you by the same crew, this American Chinese restaurant is bringing a new twist to the Scenic City.
Enjoy a festive drink at these holiday bar pop-ups for a limited time in Chattanooga.
The 2023 Chattanooga Santa Pub Crawl is gearing up to kickoff — read on for wristband information, destinations, and more need-to-knows that will have you ready to sip all night long.
We asked our readers to weigh in on 2023 Top Places to Eat in Chattanooga findings by Yelp, here’s what you all had to say.
A new locally made sauce has made its way to the Scenic City, taking on a more mild flavor range — check out the sisters behind this not-so-spicy brand.
Check out some dine-in and carry-out options for Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Yelp Chattanooga recently released its Top Places to Eat in Chattanooga 2023 list — read more to see if you agree with the findings.
We have officially entered the season of Thanksgiving — fill your plate with community and gratefulness.
The SquareUp Foundation will launch a charity month at its restaurants to give back to the Chattanooga community.
Dig into Chattanooga’s must-try pizza spots.
Take a look inside this new neighborhood market located in the North Chattanooga area.
Fall is here in Chattanooga, and we’re ready to try all of the seasonal food and drinks.
New ramen and katsu restaurant Attack of the Tatsu is gearing up for its public grand opening, bringing the Japanese culture to Chattanooga.
Any vegans or vegetarians in the audience (or those that are veg-curious)? Get ready for Coolidge Park to be transformed into the food court of your dreams.
We’re seeking your input for the ultimate Chattanooga supply drop.
The Tennessee Whiskey Festival returns to First Horizon Pavilion on Saturday, Sept. 30.
You all remember the food weeks we’ve had in the Scenic City, but now it’s time to get to sippin’ with a little nod to the local beverage scene with Chattanooga Coffee and Cocktail Week.
Learn more about Gowin Valley Farms and their gourmet mushroom operations.
The Chattanooga Bacon & Barrel Festival returns to the First Horizon Pavilion on Thursday, Sept. 21.
Learn what it means to be sober curious, the current popularity of non-alcoholic beverages, and where you can enjoy a mocktail in Chattanooga.
Get ready for a festival focused on all things craft beer.
Elsie’s Daughter will open this fall at The Hotel Chalet at The Choo Choo.
Enjoy some of the best local brews in Chattanooga for discounted prices.
Ready for your lunch break? Check out these 25+ lunches from Downtown to Northshore.
Tickets are on sale now for the inaugural whiskey tasting event.
Have you ever wondered how your local cup of coffee is made? We went to five roasteries in town and found out more about their process.
Have you ever wondered how your local cup of coffee is made? We went to five roasteries in town and found out more about their process.
What local spot would you consider changing your name to if a lifetime of free food was on the line?
Explore the Scenic City through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.
Got a hot new fling? Hoping to spice things up with your longtime partner? We’re here to help plan your next date in the Scenic City.
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