When Brian Sabo opened his new restaurant, Meo Mio, in Chattanooga Valley in January, he thought it would take several months before he could call it a solid success. But business has exceeded expectations, he said.
When it comes to food, looks matter.
To truly experience Chattanooga, visitors shouldn't be content with riding the Incline Railway or goggling at the Tennessee Aquarium's undersea menagerie. Restaurateurs and proponents of local agriculture say they need to taste it, too.
There are several Chattanooga restaurants that now have second- and third-generation managers running these family businesses.
No matter how enticing that steak, chicken breast or pork chop, your entree would be pretty lonely sitting solo on the plate. Time to introduce the sides.
Do you want fine china or paper plates? Is a buffet more your style, or would you prefer your guests seated? Are you feeding a handful or hundreds?
Most of us have a favorite restaurant. It might be a once-a-year anniversary place, or it might be the spot we go every day for coffee.
Standing outside TGI Friday's in downtown Chattanoooga on a busy Friday night, James Johnson of Atlanta knew it was going to take some time before he would be seated.
It might not make anybody's list of healthy foods, but fried chicken is at or near the top of most everyone's list of comfort foods.
Rules, it has been said, are made to be broken, and that is certainly true when it comes to pairing food and wine.