Regan's Place, Flamma Pizza, Leaping Leprechaun, Shangri-La, Puleo’s Gill, The Night Owl Make Debuts

Thursday, May 19, 2016

New businesses that received permits to sell beer will be opening soon, up and down Market Street. Regan’s Place, 1518 Market St., will be a retro dance bar featuring music from the 1980s and 1990’s.  It is patterned after the bar’s original location in Knoxville and will be for ages 21 and up, with no smoking allowed. The type of music and dress code does not attract trouble makers, said owner Duane Carleo.

Fiamma Pizza Company, 405 North Market St., will sell Neopolitan style pizza made in an imported pizza oven from Italy, said the owner.

The family-friendly restaurant will be open every day except Sunday.

The Leaping Leprechaun, 100 Market St., is a family-style restaurant by day, serving Irish fare. It is located near the Aquarium. After 9 p.m. only those 21 and older will be allowed.

Shangri-La, 14 East 7th Street, a new Chinese restaurant, has already been open a few months. The application for a beer license was in response to requests from customers, said Zhiyu Liu. Mr. Liu also owns another restaurant in Red Bank.

Puleo’s Gill, 6108 Artesian Circle in Ooltewah, will be the fifth location of this chain of restaurants. The other four are in Knoxville. It is described as a Southern Italian, family-style restaurant. Hours are from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. It will remain open until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

J.T. McDaniel is opening The Night Owl at 830 Dodson Ave. as a billiards club in a building he owns. The beer license of a previous business at the location was revoked earlier this year. With a warning that the license is only valid for the single suite within the building, and that hours are restricted to between 6 p.m. and midnight, the board approved a new beer license for Mr. McDaniel, who said he will run this business himself rather than hiring someone else to do it.


Dunkin’ To Celebrate Cleveland Grand Opening With Free Coffee And Donuts For A Month

Chattanooga Getting Daebak Korean Barbeque

Bridgeman's Chophouse At The Read House Now Open


Dunkin’ will host a grand opening celebration on Tuesday for its newest restaurant in Cleveland, 2428 Blackburn Road SE. Starting at 5 a.m., the store will reward the first 100 guests with a ... (click for more)

Chattanooga is getting a Daebak Korean Barbeque. It will be opening soon near the new Publix at the Village at Waterside. The location is across Shallowford Road from the Hamilton Place ... (click for more)

The Read House hotel, which reopened three weeks ago after an 11-month renovation project, has now opened their new restaurant, Bridgeman’s Chophouse. The restaurant is located inside of The ... (click for more)


Dining

Dunkin’ To Celebrate Cleveland Grand Opening With Free Coffee And Donuts For A Month

Dunkin’ will host a grand opening celebration on Tuesday for its newest restaurant in Cleveland, 2428 Blackburn Road SE. Starting at 5 a.m., the store will reward the first 100 guests with a Free Coffee & Donuts for a Month gift card. The card is redeemable for one free medium hot or iced coffee* and one classic donut* per day from Nov. 13 through Dec. 15. The store is ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Getting Daebak Korean Barbeque

Chattanooga is getting a Daebak Korean Barbeque. It will be opening soon near the new Publix at the Village at Waterside. The location is across Shallowford Road from the Hamilton Place area. A Daebak Korean Barbeque has long been a favorite in Chicago. (click for more)

Breaking News

County Schools, Other Schools To Open On A 2-Hour Delay Monday Morning

Hamilton County Schools will open on a two-hour delay on Monday due to a threat of slippery road conditions in the higher elevations overnight. Officials said, "Below freezing temperatures are expected in areas of Hamilton County which could cause travel problems in the morning. Buses will run two hours later than normal in the morning and schools will begin two hours later. ... (click for more)

Stephen Moore, 34, Shot And Killed Early Sunday Morning

Stephen Laton Moore, 34, was shot and killed early Sunday morning on East 5th Street. At approximately 12:19 a.m., Chattanooga Police were dispatched to a report of a person shot in the 2500 block of East 5th Street. Upon arrival, officers located the victim suffering from a fatal gunshot wound. Hamilton County EMS responded and pronounced him deceased. CPD Major ... (click for more)

Opinion

TVA Land Grab

The Georgetown land grab is just ‘Business as Usual’ for TVA. For the past 80 years they’ve shown their stripes in this matter - 170,000 acres seized at LBL, countless acreage taken in the Tennessee River Valley. Land taken for coal and nuclear sites. All by the same play book. All from average people. We want this, you have this, we get this. I worked with TVA as a ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Quit Embarrassing Us

Ever since I got word that a new Publix grocery store will be built on South Broad Street I have been excited. And every time our city Zoning Appeals Board seemingly does everything within its power to kill the project it is increasingly an embarrassment, a kerfuffle that has no logical explanation and sadly kowtows to a small minority that is flat-out wrong. On Wednesday the ... (click for more)