Ooltewah Whistle Stop Getting Ready To Open

A new restaurant, The Ooltewah Whistle Stop, is nearing completion at 5503 Main St., which is currently classified as in unincorporated Hamilton County. The property owners have requested to be annexed into Collegedale. At the Collegedale Commission meeting Monday night, the vote was unanimous to approve the annexation and adopt a plan of services for the .19 acres where the restaurant is located. A plan of service establishes what ... (click for more)

Slim Chickens is coming to Chattanooga
Slim Chickens is coming to Chattanooga

Slim Chickens Inks 10-Unit Franchise Agreement In Tennessee

Specialty Restaurant Acquires Several Long-Time Chattanooga Favorite Restaurants

Slim Chickens, a fast casual franchise which features dine-in and drive-thru in the “better chicken” segment, announced Monday it has inked a deal that will bring 10 locations to cities throughout Tennessee. The Davis Group, which consists of Scott, Ricky and Cody Davis, will be bringing the ... (click for more)

Specialty Restaurant Group II LLC has acquired multiple restaurant and brewery brands from Craftworks Holdings, which filed for bankruptcy in March. In Chattanooga, these include long-established businesses: two Big River Grille & Brewing Works, two locations of Old Chicago Pizza & ... (click for more)

Pour-It-Yourself Bar At Choo Choo Shifting To Regular Bar; Board And Brush At Cambridge Square To Add Beer Sales

Cambridge Square Craft Beer Concept To Rebrand To Hoptown Beer Bar

Huey Magoo’s Chicken Tenders Announces New Franchises In Chattanooga, Cleveland And Other Cities Across The Southeast

American Draft, 34 Choo Choo Ave., previously a “pour-it-yourself” bar, closed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Brandon Anthony and his wife, who also own the Chattanooga Jewelry Company at the ... (click for more)

Heaven & Ale Cambridge Square is changing its name, but not its mission to bring quality craft beer in a traditional pub environment to its customers in Ooltewah. Owners Ryan and Rebekah ... (click for more)

Both Chattanooga and Cleveland are among cities across the southeast that will be seeing new franchises of the chicken tenders brand, Huey Magoo’s. Huey Magoo President and CEO Andy Howard ... (click for more)

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