Applications for a license to sell beer were approved for several businesses at the city beer board meeting on Thursday morning. Number Ten Chattanooga, 1925 Myrtle St., Unit 101, will be a steakhouse, also offering chicken and seafood. It will be an anchor in the new residential and retail development known as Burnside at the corner of Central and Rossville Boulevard. Owners Adam Johnston and Verne Kennedy plan to open in mid-December.
The new owners of Matilda Midnight, the bar in the Dwell Hotel at 120 E. 10th St., also received a beer permit. The bar consists of a lounge area in the lobby and a dedicated bar off the lounge. The small bar has a capacity of 40.
Good Eats BBQ at 1817 Market St. applied for both a consumer and a carry-out beer license. The restaurant at the corner of 19th St. and Market Street has been open for about a year without selling alcohol, but owner Quincy Jones told the beer board that people keep asking for beer to go with the food.
The board indicated the permit would be approved, but due to a problem with the paperwork, the application was deferred to the next meeting on Nov. 17.
The Tobacco Mart, 4011 Brainerd Road Unit 145 owned by Shikha Patel, was approved for a carry-out beer permit.