1. Frazier Five and Dime
A casual fine dining and elevated neighborhood bar experience, nostalgic to the Northshore, for Chattanooga's next generation. Frazier Five & Dime offers a unique spin on high end, yet fun cuisine and cocktails that make fine dining feel like home. Provisions provided by Chef Reed Trimble, Sous Chef Tommy Zurawsky, and Pastry Chef Dane Frazier.
16 Frazier Avenue
2. Hello Monty
Elevated American Food with a Nod to the South. At Hello Monty, you can gather with friends, neighbors, and co-workers to celebrate the community, food, and fun of a great backyard cookout. Each homemade dish is touched by fire and crafted with the finest local ingredients. Shareable draft beverages are made at the in-house brewery. Rob Gentry and his brother Clay, both Southside residents and Chattanooga natives, are the team behind Hello Monty.
306 West Main Street
3. Calliope at Flora De Mel
Calliope Restaurant, a place where Chef Khaled Albanna brings flavors from his childhood in Amman, Jordan to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Khaled’s southern influences combined with his unique Levantine cooking style delivers the best of both worlds. Cooking with open fire and coals bring the Levant culture and traditions to light. Calliope is the Restaurant-In-Residence at Flora de Mel, the area's first meadery.
313 McFarland Avenue
4. Taqueria Jalisco
Taqueria Jalisco started in 2005 in a small red food truck on the Southside of Chattanooga. The Parra family has expanded slowly over the years into a storefront at Miller Plaza in Chattanoogas city center and a full service Tequila & Mezcal bar in Chattanoogas Southside where it all began. The Lead Staff for Taqueria Jalisco include owner Jorge Parra and Executive Chef Maria Parra.
1639 Rossville Avenue
5. State of Confusion
Rooted and revived in the heart of the Southside, our passion for authentic, made from scratch cooking is our reason for being at State of Confusion. We traveled to remote regions, learned from the locals, and crafted a menu we feel shares our incredible experience and commitment to serving genuine cultural cuisine. From fresh Peruvian ceviche bowls to wood-fire dishes prepared on traditional Argentine grills, State of Confusion brings Chattanooga a flavorful and fun setting to savor and enjoy delicious food.
301 East Main Street