The Co-Op Frosé And Eatery Comes To Chattanooga

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

The Co-Op Frosé and Eatery, Charleston's beloved one-stop-shop for all things frosé and gourmet sandwiches, is expanding to Chattanooga next month. The Co-Op Chattanooga is set to open in July with an official opening date forthcoming.

This will be The Co-Op's third store in Tennessee, following a May announcement that it is expanding into Nashville this summer with two stores. The Co-Op Chattanooga will be the frosé empire's sixth store overall, as it continues to expand across the Southeast. 

The laid-back beach café has garnered a following since originally opening on Charleston's idyllic Sullivan's Island in 2012 and has since expanded to nearby Isle of Palms and Kiawah Island, S.C., along with stores in Nashville and Charlotte, N.C. The Co-Op Chattanooga will open in Riverview in a 1,000sq-ft space complete with a large outdoor seating area. The designated outdoor area will have plenty of picnic tables and will host live music on the weekends. 

Just in time for the warm weather, Chattanooga patrons can expect to enjoy endless summer at The Co-Op Chattanooga. The Co-Op Chattanooga will offer numerous creative and seasonally rotating frosé options, crafted breakfast and lunch sandwiches, fresh salads and more. The Co-Op Chattanooga will serve their ever-popular Cali Turkey made with Turkey, Bacon, Avocado, Sprouts, Tomato, Herb Cream Cheese on Toasted Wheat, along with breakfast options like Whipped Ricotta Toast with Local Honey and more. 

"Chattanooga is such an amazing city and we cannot wait to be a part of this community," said The Co-Op Owner Jess Patterson. "We have met so many great people during this time and are looking forward to spending even more time in Chattanooga doing our favorite thing: slinging frosé and delicious sandwiches."

The Co-Op Chattanooga is at 1301 Dorchester Road, Suite 109, Chattanooga, TN 37405. The store will operate seven days a week from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Follow @cooptennessee on Instagram for more opening details.



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