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Dining Out - Features

Confessions of a stress-eater

Published Apr. 16 2017

Today is the day I can eat ice cream again.

Cookie Jar Cafe gears up for Valley Fest

Published Apr. 16 2017

Under a blue sky and cotton-ball clouds, I made the drive to Cookie Jar Café. With my windows down and...

Dari Dip sweetens with the season

Published Apr. 16 2017

The birch pear trees have budded; the days have lengthened; and I've officially traded my winter socks for open-toed shoes....

The Chef and His Wife celebrates one year in Hixson

Published Apr. 9 2017

I stepped inside The Chef and his Wife and was immediately greeted by the scent of fresh-baked pizza crust. A...

Brewhaus hosts Record Store Day event

Published Apr. 9 2017

One hundred thirty years after the invention of vinyl records, the first annual "Record Store Day," celebrating independently owned record...

When your food feels uninspired

Published Apr. 9 2017

I go through cycles with the food I keep in my fridge, relying on the same dozen or so ingredients...

Savor the season at Diamond Billiard Club

Published Apr. 9 2017

As spring blossoms, so do the offerings at Diamond Billiard Club.

Fresh from the farm

Published Apr. 9 2017

Want to up your farm-to-fork game? Here is a list of what local farmers will have on offer at this...

Hip is on the house at FEED Co.

Published Apr. 2 2017

I depend on places like FEED Co. Table and Tavern to keep me abreast of what's hip. For example, The...

The Future of Food

Published Apr. 2 2017

When I was a child, one April Fools' Day a newspaper published a recipe for worm cookies.

Live like an Italian for a day at Look Out Winery

Published Apr. 2 2017

Look Out Winery and Wood Oven Pizza has scheduled its second annual Italian Fest for Saturday, April 8. And its...

Cashew offers satifying variety of vegan eats

Published Apr. 2 2017

Located beneath Clumpie's on the edge of Coolidge Park, Cashew is a quintessential clean-eating café.


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The brunch boom

Published Mar. 26 2017

These days, brunch is more than just a mealtime. It is a phenomenon that pervades pop culture — from internet...

A Meal By Any Other Name

Published Mar. 26 2017

When I was kid, my family was best friends with the Hinton family, who lived just next door. Proximity aside,...

The bruncher's bucket list

Published Mar. 26 2017

Whether you're an urbanite, suburbanite or country-dweller, in the Tennessee Valley you are never far from a place to brunch,...

Chattanooga's most unique brunches

Published Mar. 26 2017

Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., El Meson hosts an all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch at its Hamilton Place and...

Fuji features fresh spring specials

Published Mar. 19 2017

Tomorrow is the first day of spring, though my backyard has been abloom for weeks.

Fresh from the farm

Published Mar. 19 2017

Want to up your farm-to-fork game? Here is a list of what local farmers will have on offer at this...

Countryside Café gets fresh

Published Mar. 19 2017

I arrived to Countryside Café a few minutes before opening. The staff bustled about the kitchen while a server moved...

Flowers as food?

Published Mar. 12 2017

I recently finished reading a book titled 'Anatomy of a Rose,' written by Sharman Apt Russell.

1885 is the place to be

Published Mar. 12 2017

In the heart of historic St. Elmo lies 1885 — famous for its award-winning fare and its patio, which is...


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Acropolis loves lamb

Published Mar. 12 2017

When people think of Greece, they often think of two things: big families and lamb dishes. And at Acropolis Mediterranean...

Soho's hibachi impresses without the pomp

Published Mar. 12 2017

Chattanooga loves its hibachi: the sizzle of the hot griddle; the flash of flames; the piping-hot plates of veggies, noodles...