Situated in Tennessee, patrons of St. John's Restaurant swear they have never been disappointed by the food or service here. Chef and owner Daniel Lindley is amazingly creative and dishes out interesting selections such as peeky toe crab salad, sauteed sea scallops, foie gras and beef tartare. Thanks to its unparalleled quality, service, attitude and distinctive wine options, the establishment has been presented the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Don't forget to dig into some sweet pickings as excellent choices are available. Though this place is not too wallet-friendly, it's certainly worth a visit once a while.
If you're looking for a friendly neighborhood bar with plenty of delicious beers on tap and some tasty grub to fill your belly, then head to Tremont Tavern. 21 beers on tap and over 100 more in bottles ensure that everyone can find something they like. Every night of the week is something special going on, whether it be trivia night or just a beer and burger special. Stop in and check it out for yourself.
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.
The Honest Pint is an Irish restaurant and bar that perfectly fuses American and Irish styles of cooking. It prides itself in serving actual pints, unlike some drinking establishments serving a little less than a pint, and, hence is aptly named The Honest Pint. Patrons can savor traditional Irish dishes with a touch of American flavor, thereby infusing innovation in the menu. The drinks menu perfectly complements the lavish food and features Irish whiskeys, scotch, Irish beers, craft beers and so forth. That's not all, a juke box, live music concerts, dart boards, and pool tables make for a great entertainment platter; there is never a single dull moment here. While you are in town, do head to The Honest Pint and enjoy Irish hospitality.
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.
For some real, homestyle Southern breakfast, there's no place better than the Bluegrass Grill. Choose from all the breakfast classics like scrambles, omelets, biscuits, pancakes, grits and so much more. All the bread is homemade, so make sure you get some toast along with your massive meal. Start your day out right with a trip to the Bluegrass Grill.
Carnitas Carmelitas is a hidden gem, not only because it is a tiny blink-and-miss restaurant, visible only by its bright orange exteriors, but also because it serves up truly authentic and traditional Mexican Street food. This hole in the wall restaurant has items like tortas, burritos, quesadillas and tamales which can be dressed with your own choice of meat. In true Mexican style, vegetarian options are missing from the menu here, however you will see exciting meat choices, from fried pork and braised beef, to offal alternatives like beef tongue and pig crop. Tacos here start from USD1 and come stuffed with fresh cilantro and onions. This is a great place to drop in for a quick lunch or a take away meal.
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!
This 1930's bungalow-style house is now home to some of the best-baked breads, pastries and cookies to be found in the North Shore district. An arrangement of tables and chairs (and a swing for the little ones) provide seating for diners beneath large shade trees. Oak top tables highlight the cozy indoor setting, as well as old-fashioned globe ceiling lamps and hardwood floors. The tomato and basil soup with real cream is one of the many wonderful soups that change daily. The chive turkey sandwich served on a freshly baked roll is delectable. An assortment of Boar's Head meats and cheeses are available, along with catering options and gift certificates.
Piñatas and vibrant interiors set the stage for a fun fiesta! Start with a signature Margarita to accompany tortilla chips and Las Margaritas' own salsa, a delightful blend of whole tomatoes, cilantro, onion, jalapenos and spices. Go on to try the Cheese Tortilla or the Chimichanga filled with succulent meat. The margaritas are top-notch and available at incredible prices, while the occasional live music is an entertainer.
When a fire claimed this Chattanooga landmark in 1998 local residents feared a part of the their lives would be gone forever. Fortunately, a new restaurant. with an expanded menu rose from the ashes and Chattanooga diners are happier than ever.Southern-style breakfast is a favorite here with biscuits and gravy, sausage, eggs and grits. Meaty sandwiches, fried chicken and fresh vegetables are lunch and dinner favorites. Soft drinks and iced tea are served in this family restaurant, but no alcohol.