Newk’s Eatery Returns To Chattanooga Monday

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

The Chattanooga community can once again enjoy Newk’s Eatery's house-made meals when the fast-casual restaurant reopens its doors on Monday.

Located at Shallowford Road and Lifestyle Way, Newk’s will officially make its return to Chattanooga and begin serving its made-from-scratch food for dine-in, carryout, delivery, curbside pickup and catering at 11 a.m. Chattanooga’s new Newk’s will mark the brand’s 12th location in Tennessee and 107th systemwide.

“We’re beyond thrilled to reopen our Chattanooga location and serve the community again,” said Newk’s President Mike Clock. “Our team is ready to re-introduce our craveable, fresh fare and authentic hospitality to Newk’s fans in the area. We look forward to seeing new and familiar faces at our family-rooted quality kitchen when we welcome back everyone in Chattanooga on Monday.”

When Newk’s reopens its doors, the restaurant will offer feel-good comfort food – such as hand-prepped and fresh salads, sandwiches, soups, pizzas and signature cakes – served with authentic hospitality. Chattanooga’s first Newk’s will be open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

To learn more about Newk’s, visit newks.com.


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