Chattanooga’s Newest Food Truck Grate Melts Mobile Grill Has Grand Opening At Collegedale Market

Chattanooga’s newest food truck, Grate Melts Mobile Grill, invites the public to its debut at Sunday’s Collegedale Market. Ooltewah residents and husband and wife duo, Chris and Julie Edmondson, are hitting the road with their mouth-watering grilled cheese inspired sandwiches. Grate Melts Mobile Grill serves sourdough bread from Chattanooga’s own Bluff View Bakery. ‘The Really Gouda’ sandwich, already a huge hit, is made with local “The ... (click for more)

Chattanooga’s newest food truck, Grate Melts Mobile Grill
Chattanooga’s newest food truck, Grate Melts Mobile Grill

Your Pie Opens Fort Oglethorpe Location And Gives Back To Community

Couch's BBQ Makes Southern Living's List Of South's Best BBQ

Your Pie, the original fast casual pizza concept, opens in Fort Oglethorpe on Aug. 23 at 3809 Battlefield Pkwy. The brick-oven pizzeria offers a customizable, down-the-line experience at nearly 70 stores nationwide. Your Pie Fort Oglethorpe is locally owned and operated by Mark and Becky ... (click for more)

Couch's BBQ on Lee Highway has made the Southern Living list of the South's best barbeque. The business has been in the same local family for 73 years and is now operated by Sarah and Malcolm. Malcolm also farms at their Birchwood farm. In March of 1946, Will and Agnes Couch saw a business ... (click for more)

Ooltewah Farmers Market Hosts 5th Annual Melon Fest

The Mad Priest Celebrates green|light Certification With Zero-Waste Initiatives

STIR, State Of Confusion To Add Catering; New Entertainment Venue To Open On Southside

Ooltewah Farmers Market will host its 5th annual Melon Fest on Thursday from 3-6 p.m. Admission is free. The market, now in its seventh year, is celebrating locally grown melons of every kind. ... (click for more)

The Mad Priest celebrated their green|light certification with a green ribbon cutting ceremony at green|spaces’ monthly Green Drinks. green|light is a third-party business certification, helping ... (click for more)

Two established restaurants on Chattanooga’s Southside are adding catering services to their businesses including serving alcohol. State of Confusion at 301 Main St., which has been open ... (click for more)

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