NoBaked Cookie Dough Announces Franchise Location In Chattanooga

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Cookie dough sensation NoBaked has announced its second franchise location to be opened this year in Chattanooga.

NoBaked opened its first location in Nashville last October after several months of pop-up shops around the city. Cookie dough lovers around the city lined up day after day for the trendy dessert, and online orders from around the Southeast soared. After seeing success in Nashville over the past several months, the company opened their storefront in Louisville, Ky. in March. Their third corporate storefront opened this month in the Germantown area of Nashville. NoBaked sold its first franchise in Lexington, Ky., which is set to open Oct. 13. This Chattanooga location will be in the North Shore area of Chattanooga.

Of opening its first NoBaked Cookie Dough franchise, the franchisees said, “We are extremely excited to bring a unique dessert option to Chattanooga. Aside from the cookie dough being absolutely delicious, we were interested in NoBaked because the brand was created in Nashville, Tennessee. It is important to us that we invest in concepts that we believe in and can expand into our home town.”


Ramen And Soba Workshops Offered At Sequatchie Cove Farm

California Tortilla Prepares To Debut Restaurants In 5 New States, Including 1 In Chattanooga

Local Restaurants To Cater Hospice Of Chattanooga "Healing Hearts Family Nights" Beginnning Feb. 7


Chef and author Sonoko Sakai will be teaching hands-on Ramen and Soba Workshops at Sequatchie Cove Farm in Sequatchie Valley and Sewanee: The University of the South on Feb. 14-16. Thursday, ... (click for more)

California Tortilla , a fast-casual Mexican-inspired restaurant franchise, is expanding its footprint and will introduce its farm-fresh dishes and innovative restaurant concept to guests in North ... (click for more)

Jason’s Deli and Olive Garden have partnered with Hospice of Chattanooga to provide meals for Healing Hearts Family Nights, starting Thursday, Feb. 7. The two local eateries are first to ... (click for more)


Dining

Ramen And Soba Workshops Offered At Sequatchie Cove Farm

Chef and author Sonoko Sakai will be teaching hands-on Ramen and Soba Workshops at Sequatchie Cove Farm in Sequatchie Valley and Sewanee: The University of the South on Feb. 14-16. Thursday, Feb. 14 / 3-6 pm CT Location: Sequatchie Cove Farm, Sequatchie, TN Valentine’s Day Ramen demonstration and dinner. Friday, Feb. 15 / 10 am -Noon CT Location: Sewanee: The ... (click for more)

California Tortilla Prepares To Debut Restaurants In 5 New States, Including 1 In Chattanooga

California Tortilla , a fast-casual Mexican-inspired restaurant franchise, is expanding its footprint and will introduce its farm-fresh dishes and innovative restaurant concept to guests in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kansas and Georgia. One will be opened in Chattanooga. Currently operating 42 locations across the mid-Atlantic region, California Tortilla expects ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Sanford Found Innocent Of 2000 Strangulation Murder In East Ridge

A Criminal Court jury on Friday night found Jason Sanford not guilty in the 2000 strangulation death of an East Ridge woman. The defense put on no proof. Sanford spent two and a half years in jail awaiting trial in the Cold Case. Earlier on Friday, a Michigan man gave a deathbed statement that his first cousin had admitted killing Sarah Davis Perry. The jury heard ... (click for more)

Trio Charged In Armed Robbery Of Dunkin Doughnuts On Highway 58

Three men have been charged with the robbery of the Dunkin Doughnuts on Highway 58 on Wednesday night. Charged with aggravated robbery were Justin Marcus Brakefield, 29, of 7310 Standifer Gap Road, Demarketh King, 30, of 4613 Locksley Lane, and Xavior Travon Robinson, 18, of 3606 Locksley Lane. An employee said three males walked into the business through a back door that ... (click for more)

Opinion

Bill Passes Senate That Preserves Tennessee's Natural Beauty And Historical Sites

This week, the U.S. Senate passed sweeping legislation that will preserve Tennessee’s natural beauty and protect our historical sites. I have seen first-hand how a popular park or museum can provide a recreation or educational experience for Tennesseans. But these sites can also help local economies by attracting tourism, which brings with it jobs and tax dollars to Tennessee. ... (click for more)

How Do We Progress With This President? - And Response (2)

I try so hard to not say things detrimental to our government, I love my country but I am so ashamed by the president we now tolerate. When is it going to be said enough is enough? Today, he declared an emergency declaration to move billions of dollars of possible worthy endeavors in our countries budget to fight illegal immigration to build his wall. I will compare 20 to 1 the ... (click for more)