Sunny Montgomery (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6549
E-mail: smontgomery@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Sunny Montgomery writes for several Chattanooga Times Free Press publications including Chatter, Dining Out, Get Out Chattanooga, Live Well and Tennessee Valley Parents. She hails from Central Kentucky where she began her writing career as an alternative sports writer and where she first developed her love for the outdoors. Sunny is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and a certified Tennessee State Naturalist.

Waste Not, Want Not

Published Nov. 19 2017

It's just four days away from America's biggest food holiday — and what is that I smell coming from the...

Get into the giving groove at 1885

Published Nov. 19 2017

This month, 1885's Giveback Night — set for tomorrow — could not be better timed.

Market Fresh

Published Nov. 19 2017

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


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Countryside Cafe has you covered this Christmas

Published Nov. 19 2017

Where does the time go?

Aris' rings in the season with new specials

Published Nov. 19 2017

As the crew at Aris' Harbor Lights knows, life is better on water. Located on the picturesque Chickamauga Lake, Aris'...

Delicious alternatives to turkey to try this year

Published Nov. 12 2017

Want to forgo the traditional turkey centerpiece this holiday, but worried it won't go over well? Great news — you...

A Holiday of Convenience

Published Nov. 12 2017

Happy Thanksgiving!

A look behind the magic of EPB Holiday Windows

Published Nov. 1 2017

For now, EPB's street-facing windows on Market, Broad and M.L. King reflect ordinary scenes of city life: vehicles idling at...

Greener pastures: One woman's grassroots effort to clean up Chattanooga

Published Nov. 1 2017

One hot summer afternoon, shortly after Alyssandra Grizenko and her husband Chris Sullivan moved from Golden, Colorado, to Chattanooga, the...

Meet some of Chattanooga's education animals

Published Nov. 1 2017

These ambassadors do not reside in heavily guarded embassies or dine on danishes for breakfast.

Duck ID: Dabblers vs. Divers

Published Nov. 1 2017

Is it a dabbler or a diver?

Dari Dip's famous cornbread dresssing is back

Published Oct. 29 2017

While Dari Dip caters year-round, this season is one of the busiest times. And around the time that first autumn...

A Halloween to Remember

Published Oct. 29 2017

I have always adored Halloween. Free candy aside, growing up, I loved how the holiday transformed my street; it had...

Enjoy a Soho-sized feast today

Published Oct. 29 2017

One of the Tennessee Valley's most beloved spots for Japanese carryout, Soho Hibachi, is famous for its generous portions —...

Appetizing additions: Toscano introduces new appetizers, specials

Published Oct. 29 2017

As if a five-page menu wasn't hearty enough, Toscano Italian Grill recently added several new dishes. Now, in addition to...

Mellow introduces new menu items

Published Oct. 22 2017

Clark Griswold famously said, "If I woke up tomorrow with my head sewn to the carpet, I wouldn't be more...

FEED Co. introduces new seasonal specials

Published Oct. 22 2017

FEED Co. Table & Tavern first announced its expansion last February. Now, that long awaited private event space is up,...

Skip the sick this season

Published Oct. 22 2017

This time of year, the weather is a fickle beast. One day, I'm in flip flops and short sleeves. The...

Market Fresh

Published Oct. 22 2017

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

Fresh Pot warms the heart, fills the belly

Published Oct. 22 2017

'Tis the season of soup, and you won't find any in the city like the ones currently being cooked up...