These Are the Chattanooga, TN, Restaurants You Need to Visit
June 18, 2019
In Chattanooga, TN, the restaurants are impeccable. And, because there are so many wonderful dining destinations, we’ve chosen just a handful of our favorite places for a spectacular meal. Take a look at our recommendations below, and learn more about the best things to do in Chattanooga within our complimentary Vacation Guide. Discover excursions, events, attractions, and more to make your stay perfect!
Flying Squirrel features fantastic Southern comfort food with an eclectic twist. The restaurant itself is a beautifully constructed, modern building with an industrial feel. Visit for brunch, lunch, or dinner and sample shareables like their carne asada tacos. We recommend tasting main dishes such as wood-grilled steak or a Korean BBQ beef burrito, and also be sure to explore their extensive wine list, fantastic craft beers, and craft cocktail menu.
Located at the base of Cloudland Canyon State Park near Lookout Mountain, you’ll find a local treasure called Canyon Grill. This quaint establishment offers an intimate dining experience complete with soft lights strung throughout the restaurant. Their locally sourced ingredients make for a delicious meal and often dictate what’s on their constantly rotating menu. From the fresh fish of the day to homemade pasta and savor steaks, you can’t go wrong with this menu.
A meal at Easy Bistro and Bar is a unique experience. This relaxed French restaurant is located inside of what used to be a Coca-Cola bottling plant, is open for dinner throughout the week, and brunch on Sundays. Enjoy “Easy Bistro Classics” such as their shrimp and grits or brisket with whipped potatoes. You also have to take a look at their creative cocktail list that features a selection of specialty drinks on draft and others that are ready to be prepared per your request! They even have some delicious non-alcoholic options as well.
Experience fine dining at St. John’s Restaurant. One of their most popular menu items is their roasted pork belly, which comes with a dane’s biscuit, strawberry-rhubarb jam, roasted nut butter, and a quail egg. It’s a mouthwatering dish that will have you coming back for more over your trip. If you want to visit this wonderful restaurant, we recommend making a reservation in advance!
Alleia is the best place to go for rustic Italian cuisine. Dark decor paired with soft lighting provides a swanky, vintage feel as you enjoy your meal. Take a bite of traditional, Italian style pizza cooked in their handmade masonry oven. Sample housemade pasta of all kinds, nibble on antipasti like bruschetta with truffle honey, and complete your meal with traditional tiramisu. Of course, you can’t visit without ordering a silky smooth variety from their wine list!
Finally, Public House is a great dining option for a relaxing yet refined outing. Each day of the week, they offer a daily special like their Southern meatloaf with two sides of your choice or pot pie with a side salad. Come sample their fantastic homestyle cooking with an upscale twist for a taste of the Southeast.
When you’re completely full from dining at these Chattanooga, TN, restaurants, return to your accommodation at Chanticleer Inn B&B. In Room 5: King Room, you’ll especially enjoy the private patio to take in the lovely weather, the whirlpool tub for complete relaxation, and of course, the soft, king-size bed that awaits after a long day of exploration. Join us and complete your trip to Chattanooga!