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Sushi Nabe is all about a relaxing experience. It's no small feat to make Japanese cuisine feel so familiar. Nabe-san and Chikako welcome all of their guests like family, and their warmth and radiance is evident in every aspect of their operation. more

For just under a year now, they’ve been bringing their brand of Mexican cuisine to the folks of Tiftonia, happy to have familiar faces returning time and again. more

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Yasushi Watanabe has always been a pioneer of sorts, and that fact is on display at Sushi Nabe. Tucked in between the storefronts of the North Shore and Coolidge Park, the cozy restaurant reflects its owner’s spirit in nearly every way. more

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Every flavor at 212 Market reflects the ideals its owners embrace, with creativity and freshness at the heart of every dish. more

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Sushi Nabe is all about a relaxing experience. It's no small feat to make Japanese cuisine feel so familiar. Nabe-san and Chikako welcome all of their guests like family, and their warmth and radiance is evident in every aspect of their operation. more

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My bacon cheeseburger was positively massive—as in, I had to slow down to consider how to take a bite. The juicy giant was accompanied by an ample portion of thick-cut steak fries to complete the quintessential all-American meal... more

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Open for 10 months now on the North Shore, ChatÓ Brasserie serves New American cuisine in an upscale casual environment. more

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From enjoying the March 17th holiday to every day before or after that, The Honest Pint offers high quality. more

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With their popular food truck now one year old, Southern Burger Company adds a brick-and-morter location to the offerings. more

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Hop lovers will enjoy The Apollo, a pale ale which was voted the best in Chattanooga last year, as well as Bloody IPA, one of brewmaster Adam Hale’s first homebrew creations that has successfully transitioned to the taps. more

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A glance at the menu on their website reveals a multitude of specialties straight from the mouth of the Mississippi. Gumbo, po’boys of all sorts, muffalettas, jambalaya—I was intensely excited for my visit. more

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The menu provides evidence of why BrewHaus just isn’t a German restaurant. It draws from German cuisine, sure, but it’s inspired just as much by Southern food and American classics. more

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When a restaurant calls itself a “steakhouse,” its intentions are clear. After all, a lot of restaurants serve steaks, but that doesn’t make them steakhouses. more

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