2351 Shallowford Village Dr.
Chattanooga, TN 37421
Phone: (423) 894-5333
Fax: (423) 894-9813
Bars & Cafes
Wrap sandwiches are a healthy and convenient lunch alternative. It's an entire meal you can carry around and that is helpful since this cafe is located inside Tennessee's largest shopping mall. For less than you would spend on a burger and fries you can enjoy garden fresh vegetables and grilled chicken wrapped in a flour tortilla. Spicy chicken, vegetarian, and pepper steak wraps are delicious alternatives to the burger scene. Iced tea or soft drinks are served, but no alcohol.
Bonefish Grill, is a seafood lovers paradise. Seafood delicacies are prepared in fresh and choicest ingredients. Be it the 'Coconut Crusted Shrimp' or 'Bacon Wrapped Atlantic Sea Scallops' each dish is made to perfection. For those who crave meat, the steaks and ribs are a great option. The 'Gluten Free Menu', is a must try for it's lip-smacking dishes. The diner also has an extensive drinks menu mainly comprising of beers, martini, wine etc.
Boar's Head meats and gourmet breads combine to create sandwich perfection at this favorite lunch stop. Whole sandwiches are $4 and feature any meat, bread and cheese of your choosing. Lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion are no charge. Half sandwiches are $2 and can be paired with a bowl of soup for $4. Soft drinks and iced tea are served, but no alcoholic beverages. Tall tables with a black high-gloss finish rise in the center of the dining area, with smaller tables along the walls, which are decorated with murals and photos of Hollywood stars. Most of the clientele call ahead with a lunch or breakfast order, but you will find the occasional leisurely diner taking advantage of the comfortable setting.
Have a craving for Mongolian food? Have you ever eaten Mongolian food? This restaurant successfully satisfies both the craving and the curiosity. Virtually everything here is barbecued in rich and tangy Mongolian sauce, the ingredients of which remains a secret. Thick, juicy steaks and bold flavorful chicken dishes are served with fresh vegetables and bowls of steamed rice. Delicious crab legs are also served, and $11.99 entitles you to all the crab legs you can eat.
English Tudor with a distinctive green tiled roof and red trim is host to an elegant dining experience. As you step into this lovely establishment with subtle mood lighting, the difference is evident. Begin with an appetizer of snow crab cakes with zesty Cajun sour cream and red pepper puree. Enjoy the portabella and chicken napoleon with white cheddar cream sauce. Choose wine from a well-rounded list. Despite the touches of elegance and sophistication, this restaurant also features a touch of fun with dancing on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights and a full-service bar.
This full-service cafe offers sandwiches, hot soups, salads, and of course, donuts. Start your day with a fresh cup of coffee and hot muffin. Grab a quick sandwich or a crisp salad for lunch. Stop in for soup and salad at dinner. A popular little place, so it's crowded. The counter is your best bet for a seat, although there are a few booths along the window.
Are you thinking about dinner tonight, maybe a movie afterwards? Why not break from tradition and enjoy an evening of dinner theater? Order a sumptuous meal while enjoying the relaxed and casual atmosphere. You can see shows like "Rocky Horror Picture Show," "The Graduate," "The Birdcage," and more. They also have an elaborate tearoom that can be rented out for private parties and make most little girls' dreams come true. Check website for calendar of events.
This deli designs delicious works of art! Fresh meats, breads and vegetables are blended to create sandwich masterpieces. A thick, hearty Rueben or Club sandwich is less than four dollars and a juicy 1/4-pound burger, with all the trimmings, is less than three dollars. Hot soups and chili, crisp salads and tasty fries complete your meal. Frozen yogurt in three flavors is a cool topper.
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.
If you're looking for a change of pace from friendly neighborhood watering holes, try a visit to Cloud 9 hookah lounge. The interior is the perfect place to lay back and relax with a hookah, with its cushioned banquettes and flowing curtains everywhere, evoking some sort of idyllic Middle Eastern oasis. Try all kinds of flavors, from cinnamon and jasmine to pineapple and fuzzy lemonade. You can accompany your hookah with small bites like pita with hummus, bruschetta or cheese plates.
The Farmer's Daughter is a simple and unpretentious farm-to-table cafe that strives to support a sustainable future for not only farmers and small-scale producers, but also the community as a whole. The menu is composed of simple, wholesome American dishes prepared using fresh, seasonal produce sourced from local farms. Apart from offering diners delicious food and a place to share quality time with loved ones, the restaurant also hosts a variety of culinary workshops, community oriented events and pop-up art exhibitions. The menu changes with the seasons, so be sure to check with your waiter about the daily and weekly specials.
Located in downtown Chattanooga, Lamar’s is a neighborhood bar and restaurant that combines an English pub atmosphere with Southern American flair. Grab a chilled pint or premium spirits and enjoy the occasional live gigs. Their line-up features local musicians and touring bands that represents myriad genres. Signature dishes on the menu include Fried Jumbo Shrimp, Baked Catfish, Fried Chicken Finger Basket and Grilled Steak Sandwich.