Logan's Roadhouse Completing Remodel Of Northgate Restaurant

Thursday, March 21, 2019

 Logan’s Roadhouse is completing its remodel at the Northgate location.

There will be a ribbon-cutting with the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 3, at 10:45 a.m. following the official re-opening Saturday, March 30.

Officials said, "The 2019 transformation revamps Logan’s Roadhouse look and feel throughout the restaurant, paying tribute to its brand heritage for being “The Real American Roadhouse.” Upgrades include unique art fixtures, freshly painted interior and exterior, larger TVs in the bar, new chairs, booths, wall art and highlight an oversized American Flag made up of over 400 beer cans.

"The Chattanooga location will feature a renovated private dining room perfect for any occasion from business meetings to birthday parties."

 “We are excited to reveal the new look of Logan’s Roadhouse in the Chattanooga community,” said Tim Kaliher, brand president of Logan’s Roadhouse. “Since 1991, we have had the pleasure of serving our guests an authentic roadhouse atmosphere with a vibrant bar, laid back attitude and quality menu at affordable prices. With this renovation, we are thrilled to welcome loyal and new guests into our doors for decades to come.”

Beginning at 10:45 a.m. on Wednesday, April 3, Logan’s Roadhouse and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce will welcome the Chattanooga community to the revitalized restaurant with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Following the ceremony, guests are invited to stay for lunch to experience the refreshed space.

 The Chattanooga Logan’s Roadhouse store is located at 504 A Northgate Mall.

 


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