Newk’s Eatery To Open Chattanooga Location

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Newk’s Eatery will open their first area location in Chattanooga at 2380 Lifestyle Way
Newk’s Eatery will open their first area location in Chattanooga at 2380 Lifestyle Way

Award-winning fast casual restaurant Newk’s Eatery will open their first area location in Chattanooga at 2380 Lifestyle Way.

Review for Newk's:

Newk’s is an upscale fast casual concept (i.e. 'fine casual') known for its scratch-made recipes, crafted with premium seasonal ingredients. Newk’s serves a robust menu, offering hearty sandwiches, entrée salads, kettle-batch soups and handcrafted pizzas for lunch and dinner, as well as house-made desserts such as its signature dozen-layer cakes.  

The founder and CEO, Chris Newcomb, is a true foodie who has a passion for big flavors as he sources the finest, freshest ingredients available, cooking with imported cheeses and prime meats, seasonal veggies, house-roasted garlic and house-infused olive oils. Now at over 120 restaurants across the country, the brand still takes a hands-on approach to every meal with hand prepared, high-quality ingredients and meats that are hand-sliced and flame-grilled.

Mr. Newcomb has a storied career as a restaurateur – he and his father founded McAllister’s Deli in 1989 before selling the company and starting Newk’s in 2004. 

Newk’s Eatery will open their first area location in Chattanooga at 2380 Lifestyle Way
Newk’s Eatery will open their first area location in Chattanooga at 2380 Lifestyle Way

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