State of Confusion, which opened this week, raised nearly $5,000 to support the work of the Chattanooga Community Kitchen through their pre-opening celebrations. The new restaurant offers made-from-scratch, authentic fusion of Latin American, New Orleans and low-country food, as well as ceviche and wood-fire grilled meats and vegetables and is located at the former Estate of Confusion on East Main Street.
Allen Corey, CEO of Square One Holdings, who owns and operates the new restaurant, supports the Community Kitchen and the local community. Square One also held a similar benefit for the Community Kitchen when they opened Stir a few years ago.
The donations received from the opening will directly benefit the Community Kitchen in their mission to meet the most basic needs of hungry, homeless and vulnerable people in Chattanooga while also offering them a clear path to self-sufficiency, said officials.