Owners of No Hard Feelings, a new bar in Chattanooga, have renovated a space of about 2,000 square feet at 806 Broad St., across the street from the Read House hotel. This will be the third location in Tennessee; the other two are in Nashville and Franklin.
Along with craft beer, hand-made empanadas, nuts and breads, will be available. Hours are from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. The bar was approved by the City Beer Board for both a consumer and carry-out license.
Joe’s Kwik Mart has opened at 7420 Bonny Oaks Dr., formerly a Speedway.
The convenience store was approved for a carry-out beer permit at the beer board meeting on Thursday.
The Kentucky / Tennessee section of AWWA (American Water Works Association) and Clean Water Professionals will be holding a conference in Chattanooga from Aug. 15-18. They will be sponsoring a public event at 150 River St. at Coolidge Park on Aug. 15 from 1-4 p.m. aimed at educating the public about the importance of and ways to keep water clean. A beer license was approved for the event where beer trucks will be on site. Off-duty officers from the CPD will be present to ensure no sales are made to minors.
On Aug. 17 from 6 until 10 p.m. the group will also hold a private event for the Kentucky / Tennessee Water Professionals Conference Member Celebration. It will be at 1804 Chestnut St., near Finley Stadium. With Chattanooga Brewing providing beer. It is expected that around 1,500 will attend the conference.