Keeping up with who’s setting up shop in a fast-growing city like Chattanooga can be difficult — especially when you want to make your rounds to visit the newest spots in town.
That’s why we figured it would be helpful to have a rundown of Chattanooga’s newly opened businesses all in one place, aka no FOMO here.
📍 Barrelhouse Ballroom | 1501 Long St.
Chattanooga’s newest music venue opened its doors in September and already has no shortage of shows welcoming local bands + acts from all across the county. Pro tip: Don’t forget to try out some great brews from Five Wits and pizza by the slice from Slow Rise Pizza while you’re there.
📍Whiskey Cowgirl | 1819 Broad St.
Whiskey Cowgirl is the latest addition to Chattanooga’s Southside. The 14,000-sqft space has multiple bars, an outdoor pool + space, a mechanical bull, live music (expect plenty of line dancing), and so much more.
📍 Dilemma | Third floor of The Bitter Alibi, 825 Houston St.
This new bar open Thursday-Sunday evenings features delicious cocktails, whiskey highballs, a great selection of soju + sake, and some tasty non-alcoholic bevs.
📍 Amada Tapas & Wine | 1413 Chestnut St.
This restaurant adds a southern twist to traditional Spanish plates with menu items like fried manchego, spicy garlic shrimp, and jamón.
📍 Wooden City Chattanooga | 203 Broad St.
This Washington-based restaurant recently opened up shop in Chattanooga with amazing cocktails, wood-fired pizza, and more.
📍 OddStory Brewing Co. | 1604 Central Ave.
OddStory’s newest location just opened its doors this week with a family-friendly indoor and outdoor space + a brand new menu from its full kitchen, Anomaly.
Already on the hunt for the next thing? Be on the lookout for Kai Bistro + Honey Seed.