On Chattanooga's Southside, you'll encounter this craft brewery serving up cold suds and hot food. In addition to the delicious beers they brew up, they have also developed a menu of beer cocktails to keep the flavors flowing. As for the food, you can get almost anything from a traditional Ploughman's Platter to salmon salad, lasagna, pizza, burgers and more. If you're in search for a great meal and a great beverage to go along with it, head down to the Terminal Brewhouse.
Bourbon and burgers. What could be better? Urban Stack proves that the answer to that question is just this: nothing. The menu is full with an ample selection of special burgers with amazing toppings. Choose from the New Mexico green chile cheeseburger, the fried green tomato burger or classic bacon cheeseburger. If you're looking for something a little alternative, you can also choose from turkey burgers, veggie and vegan patties. Don't miss out on sampling some of the amazing appetizers either while you enjoy a nice pour of a delicious bourbon.
A friendly, casual place to go for a drink and a bite to eat among friends is something every city needs. Hair of the Dog Pub is just that for Chattanooga. The food here consists of pub classics which are made from scratch including Rock Shrimp Hushpuppies, Reuben Rolls, Caesar Salad, Fish n' Chips and the Pub Burger. However, it is the sheer variety of beers which are found here which keep people coming back for more. Over 50 types of beer are offered on tap alone with even more varieties being served in bottles.
The Flying Squirrel is a modern and friendly gastropub located Downtown. Choose from any of the Squirrel's many areas, from the pleasant patio to the huge, light bar or the upstairs lounge area. The bar has an impressively curated draft beer list, not to mention the delicious specialty cocktails. To accompany the libations, choose from the menu full of contemporary small plates and tapas. If you're looking for a fun night out in a comfortable place, head down to the Flying Squirrel
Brewhaus is one of the rare German brew pubs in Chattanooga. This pub is known for offering an interesting list of beverages that feature a variety of beers to choose from. In case you feel hungry, Brewhaus pampers your palate with scrumptious German flavors. Try the Kraut Balls, Veggie Spaetzel, King Ludwig and others from their menu which have been loved by their regulars. The staff is friendly and attentive and assures a pleasant dining experience. The interiors are cozy and are just right for an evening full of conversations with your friends.
A tribute to the classic gastropub, Beast + Barrel takes good food and drinks pretty seriously. Here, be sure to get the best of gourmet dishes that pair perfectly with the offerings of a fully-stocked bar. The specialty smoked meats, beef jerky, grilled chicken sandwich, duck burger and pastrami on potato hash are the highlights of the menu.The casual, laid-back vibe of the restaurant serves as the perfect setting for unwinding with friends. With an exclusive happy hour menu and reasonable prices, Beast + Barrel is perfect for all occasions.
Cheesy pastas, spaghetti meatballs, creamy risottos and more! Il Primo serves up the best of authentic Italian cuisine, complementing their variety of dishes with an array of wines, beers and, house-made sangaria and limoncello. This cozy little diner is a great place for a romantic night out or a dinner with family and friends. While the portions here are not very large, they come packed with flavor and zing. The Sausage and Peppers is a favorite among local patrons, as is the Tiramisu dessert. This bustling restaurant does not allow reservations and gets full quickly with sparse parking available, so be sure to visit early and enjoy their happy hours!
If you prefer a more laid-back concert environment when you go out, JJ's Bohemia is the perfect spot for you. With crowds thronging this place to check out some of the superb indie, punk, and other fantastic bands, JJ's Bohemia is definitely among the premier live music venues in Chattanooga. Open mic comedy is another major draw of this place. Apart from the excellent live music, the lively venue also boasts drinks at reasonable prices.
This fun and lively spot is perfect for entertaining friends or unwinding after work. With eight different brews in their vats at all times, you are sure to find a flavor and body to suit your taste here. From the light Sweet Magnolia to the stout and hearty Iron Horse Dark, you will find micro-brewed nirvana. Pints are $3-$5 depending on the brew. Should you get hungry from lifting all those mugs, there is a complete lunch and dinner menu that rivals any in town. Entrees range from simple burgers and sandwiches to the thick and juicy Drunken Rib-eye ($10.95), a 12-ounce rib-eye marinated in beer and served with veggies and a baked potato.