Pints And Pedals And Southside Social Form Partnership

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Pints and Pedals and Southside Social have agreed to a partnership, effective no later than Sept. 1.

All Pints and Pedals tours will now start and finish at Southside Social.  Pints and Pedals customers will have VIP access to Southside Social at the beginning and end of each tour, allowing Pints and Pedals customers access to Southside Social without waiting in line and giving Pints and Pedals customers exclusive specials at Southside Social.

Officials said, “Chattanooga has a booming bar and restaurant scene, especially in the Southside with many new nightlife options, spearheaded by talented entrepreneurs.  We have experienced incredible growth during our first two years’ operating the Ultimate Pub Crawl on Wheels, Pints and Pedals.  Riding on Pints and Pedals is like creating your own parade with the peddlers as the star of the show.  Now the parade will be even bigger with tours starting and finishing at Southside Social.  Southside Social is a unique playground and we are very excited to join the fun.  Pints and Pedals tours will still be booked online at or by calling 423-380-8359 but now every Pints and Pedals tour will get to experience Southside Social like a VIP.”

“We are blessed with a successful business that offers a unique way for both locals and tourists to celebrate many occasions such a bachelorette parties, birthday parties, family reunions or a fun night out with friends.”

Established by Chattanooga locals and UTC graduates, Pints and Pedals is described as "the ultimate pub crawl on wheels.  Visit the coolest spots in town and drink and food specials unique to Pints and Pedals. By booking a tour with Pints and Pedals, you will have the chance to leisurely pedal with your friends (or make new ones!) and see all that our Downtown and the Southside has to offer in a unique & fun way! Chattanooga Pints and Pedals, the ultimate bar tour for hard core cyclist and leisurely pedalers. No stretchy shorts required."

Southside Social has a boutique bowling alley with 10 lanes of bowling, 3 bars and lounge seating with flat-screen televisions.  Southside Social offers an indoor gaming area with pool tables, darts, skee ball, ping pong, shuffleboard, giant jenga and more.  The outdoor courtyard has casual seating, fire pits, bocce ball court, horse shoes, and corn hole.

It is located at 1818 Chestnut St.

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