Nashville’s Top Sports Bar Jonathan’s Grille Coming To Jordan Crossing

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Wolftever Development announced that Jonathan’s Grille will be the latest addition to its Jordan Crossing development at Exit 1 on I-75.  The Nashville-based sports grille will be located on Camp Jordan Parkway across from Bass Pro Shops and TopGolf. 

“We were initially drawn to the Chattanooga market due to the exciting growth that is happening there and we look forward to bringing Nashville’s #1 sports grille to Chattanooga with the same lofty goals we started with in Nashville,” said Curt Revelette who co-owns Jonathan’s Grille with his brother Mason.   The two took over the family business 10 years ago with just two locations and have since grown the concept to what will now be its 8th.  “We know that Chattanoogans will enjoy our outstanding food and service that has been so instrumental is our teams growth and we have plans for future locations in the area.”

Jonathan’s Grille will be the latest addition along with TopGolf, to Jordan Crossing, which is currently under construction.  “We know there is tremendous demand for a full service restaurant to join in the success that our other tenants are having, we just needed to find the right fit.  We believe that Jonathan’s Grille is perfect and are excited to introduce the Greater Chattanooga Market to their first class operation,” said John Healy, a partner with Wolftever Development. 

The 8,000 square-foot Jonathan’s Grille project was brokered by Andrew Holt with Healy & Company and will be open in late 2020.  It features two settings – first, a bar with enough TV’s to catch any game, and second, a restaurant providing an upscale, yet comfortable setting for any group of family or friends.


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