ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
Brandon Ellis, left, and Keyton Aller take jerk chicken out of the smoker Friday, Feb. 3 2017 at Chatter Box BBQ on Market Street.

Looking to lend your support to black-owned businesses in the Chattanooga area?

Digital media company Travel Noire recently highlighted businesses in the area including Uncle Larry's restaurant, Chatter Box Cafe, and more, called "How to Spend a Day in Black-Owned Chattanooga, Tennessee."

Author DeAnna Taylor suggests beginning a day in Chattanooga at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, named after the famed Chattanoogan blues singer.

It moves from there to the Hunter Museum of American Art, which is currently hosting the exhibit "Black Origin Moment" by artist Noel W. Anderson. Then it's on to three area eateries for lunch, including Uncle Larry's Restaurant, Davis Wayne's and Chatterbox Cafe.

Then it's time to grab at tour of the city at Chattanooga Segway and Bike Tours, followed by a food tour at Chatt Taste.

The day in Chattanooga wraps up at Chattanooga Cigar Club on Market Street.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT