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In an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, the city of Chattanooga recently ordered the closure of all restaurant dining areas. While this is an absolutely critical public health measure, it has had a disastrous effect on many of our ...

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With the ongoing situation around the country and the world, local restaurants have had to close their doors for dine-in customers. However, many are still open and offering delivery, curbside pickup, and/or drive-through. As a service to the ... Read more

City Life

The Chattanooga Area Food Bank is preparing for a possible 30% increase in the need for our services during the COVID-19 pandemic.  We anticipate an additional cost of up to $100,000 every month to cover the growing need caused by coronavirus ... Read more

Local News

What does a prepper and my grandmother have in common? They know how to take fresh food and preserve it through the old method of canning. Well, actually my grandmother was not at all like that. She was a bingo-playing, Marlboro-smoking granny ... Read more

The Bowl

One cold, bright Saturday, members of Barley Mob Brewers, a large homebrewing club in Chattanooga, sit around a long table at Hutton & Smith. The ambience is half April-colored sunshine, half cave-cozy. Around the table, beers stand in various ... Read more

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Enjoying a cocktail is a sensuous experience. Not “Nigella Lawson eating ice cream” sensuous, I mean that we enjoy cocktails with our senses—the feel of the glass, the presentation of the drink, the sound of the shaker and most importantly—the taste. Read more

Sushi & Biscuits

Fish sauce used to scare me. Like so many of us that grew up in the landlocked South, I was unconsciously taught that “fishy smell = bad.” Everything that swims had to be either breaded and deep fried or immersed in tartar sauce until every hint ... Read more

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