Chattanooga Travel Guide

Chattanooga is a beautiful city with the nickname of the Scenic City. Chattanooga offers a lot for the food lover and the adventure seeker. Download this Chattanooga travel guide to plan your next outing.

This month marks four years since moving to Chattanooga. It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago because I really have enjoyed myself since moving here. When I first moved to Chattanooga, I thought I would only live here for a year or so then John and I would head back to Atlanta. Needless to say that didn’t happen and here we are. When I first wrote this Chattanooga travel guide it was three years ago and now that I have a bit more experience here, I thought I’d update it.

In the four years that I’ve lived here, Chattanooga has really grown – A LOT. From restaurants to new businesses, Chattanooga is really getting some buzz. I eat and drink at a lot of places around town but I do have my usual suspects of where I like to dine and drink. I want to be clear that this guide is a list of places that I enjoy eating. You’ll notice some places that you may love are missing. That’s not because they’re not good restaurants, it’s because I haven’t been there or I don’t go there often.

Whenever I write travel guides I always have to preface them with a reminder that these are my experiences and my favorites. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, the guide.

What’s in my Chattanooga Travel Guide?

chattanooga-travel-guideThis guide has a list of some old and some new places to grab a cocktail or a delicious meal. I’m looking forward to updating this guide again soon with a few new additions. There are brief descriptions of each place and as usual, if you have any questions or suggestions for the list don’t hesitate to email me (eatdrinkfrolic@gmail.com).

Not only does this list have food and beverage options but I thought I’d group together places to drink and grab a treat. Often times, I simply crave a slice of cake or a scoop of ice cream so you’ll see those here too. A little good news for those who don’t drink or aren’t of age yet too. The drink portion of this guide includes a few of my favorite coffee shops. Coffee is important and shouldn’t be left out.

I hope you find this guide helpful in planning your next dining adventure or planning a trip to Chattanooga. Download the guide by clicking the button below!

 

Chattanooga is a great town. Here's a list of places I like to eat, drink and frolic.
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