Rodizio Grill Hamilton Place Reopens For Dine-In Guests

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Rodizio Grill Hamilton Place reopened its doors to dine-in guests on Saturday.

Rodizio Grill is a traditional churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse). Meats are slowly cooked over a
rotisserie. Guests can enjoy Rodizio Grill's priced-fixed experience which features unlimited award-winning gourmet salads, hot dishes, and a parade of perfectly grilled meats carved tableside by dashing Brazilian gauchos dressed in traditional garb.

“We’re excited to reopen our doors,” said general manager Lilian Correa, “We have missed celebrating life with our guests. As we slowly reopen, we want to help people in the Chattanooga area return to a feeling of normalcy while making sure everyone is still protected. We have taken the Tennessee Pledge and are following all guidelines set forth by the state to keep our guests and staff healthy.”

The restaurant will only seat to 50% capacity. Half of the tables have been removed from the spacious 12,000 square foot restaurant to ensure plenty of space between tables and to allow for ease of movement through the dining room while maintaining social distancing. A portable salad bar has been purchased and staff will deliver gourmet salads and hot side items directly to the table. Hand sanitizer and gloves are available for guests who wish to use them.

A complete list of precautions the restaurant is taking can be found on its website at https://www.rodiziogrill.com/chattanoogahamiltonplace/.

Rodizio Grill Hamilton Place will be open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. from Monday to Friday and open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. A special menu is being offered Saturday, May 9 and Sunday, May 10 for Mother’s Day. Reservations are not required but are strongly suggested.


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