November 14, 2013

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Located at the heart of Main Street in the Southside district, there is something so perfectly unique about Enzo’s Market. Instead of the grab-and-go feeling you get from an average supermarket, Enzo’s provides a welcoming, stay-for-a-while atmosphere. But what makes the store exceptional is blend of brand names combined with specialty, organic and local goods, all at reasonable prices.

Enzo’s grocery selection ranges from the ordinary to the extraordinary. The aisles are stocked with products ranging from Cheerios to imported olives—and almost everything in between. If you’re looking for fresh produce, Enzo’s has you covered, offering organic, locally sourced fruits and veggies, selected by the Tennessee growing season and availability.  

One of the most special features of Enzo’s is its practice of whole animal butchery done all in house. This sets them apart as the only grocery store in this region to offer such a service, and enables them to offer different cuts you wouldn’t normally see in stores. They also boast a fantastic selection of local fish, pork, and beef products. 

While visiting Enzo’s, make sure to stop by the Wine Shop. Nestled at the parking lot entrance, The Wine Shop offers a full selection of wines and high-gravity beers and regularly hosts wine tastings. The staff is currently working on food pairings, so that customers can pick an ideal bottle to complement their meal.

Completing the Enzo’s Market experience is the Café, offering a full menu including a coffee bar, bakery, deli salads, sandwiches, smoothies, sushi, craft beers and pizza. Enzo’s Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Dining in the café or outdoor patio is the perfect way to begin or end a great day in Chattanooga. 

In fact, Enzo’s Market is anything but your typical grocery store. 

Enzo’s Market offers a box lunch menu with online ordering at their website, as well as full catering capabilities for groups of any size.

100 West Main Street

(423) 486-9312 

enzosmarket.com

November 14, 2013

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