Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast 2018-01-03T22:15:22Z https://stayatchanticleer.com/feed/atom/ WordPress Innkeeper <![CDATA[Watch the Winter Bird Migration in Chattanooga]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13572 2018-01-03T22:11:22Z 2017-12-30T10:00:59Z Winters in Chattanooga are generally pretty enjoyable.  It does get chilly from time to time, but generally our winters stay mild and comfortable; a far cry from what other regions in the U.S. experience each winter!  There’s really nothing keeping us from the great outdoors during these winter months, and hiking is just as restorative […]

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Winter Bird Migration in Chattanooga, TennesseeWinters in Chattanooga are generally pretty enjoyable.  It does get chilly from time to time, but generally our winters stay mild and comfortable; a far cry from what other regions in the U.S. experience each winter!  There’s really nothing keeping us from the great outdoors during these winter months, and hiking is just as restorative and enjoyable now as it is during the spring.  In fact, one of the genuine pleasures during the winter months in Chattanooga is viewing wildlife, especially during the peak winter bird migration.  Most birds migrate through the area from November through February, with peak populations in January.  Come watch these incredible birds in Chattanooga this winter.  Book a room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast on Lookout Mountain.

Winter Bird Migration is Peaking in Chattanooga

The Hiwasee Refuge in Chattanooga is located on Chickamauga Lake, where the Tennessee River and Hiwasee River meet.  It is one of the best places to see the bird migration this winter. Though the refuge is closed at this time of year, their observation platform is open year-round during daylight hours.  Here are just a few birds you can expect to see migrating through the Chattanooga area this winter:

  • winter bird migration in Chattanooga, TennesseeThe Hiwasee Refuge is home to the largest migrating flock of Sandhill Cranes outside of Florida.
  • Waterfowl are common species at the reserve during the winter. Mallard, Gadwall, and Northern Shoveler are the most common, but Canvasback, Ring-necked Duck, and Bonaparte’s Gull and Ring-billed Gull can also be seen.
  • There’s generally a large Great Blue Heron population at the Hiwasee Refuge each winter as well.
  • If you’re looking for Bald Eagles, then you’re in luck.  The Hiwasee Refuge ranks #5 in the state for eagle populations during the winter.  There are a couple of pairs that nest in the area as well.

Other great places to catch the incredible winter bird migration include:  Audubon Acres, Tennessee River Park and Chickamauga Dam, and the Tennessee River Gorge.

Coming up in January is the 26th annual Sandhill Crane Festival.  During this time, the Tennessee Aquarium is providing guided crane and eagle boat tours on the Hiwasee River.  The two hour tour offers passengers a chance to hear about the various migratory and resident birds. Come join us this winter, and see this beautiful bird migration up close and personal.  Book your stay at our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast today.

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Date Night at the Tivoli Theatre]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13570 2018-01-03T22:15:22Z 2017-12-18T10:00:15Z We say it over and over again:  Chattanooga is an unbeatable getaway destination.  It’s an incredible place for outdoor enthusiasts, and home to an incredible range of outdoor activities suitable to just about every taste.  But, there’s more to Chattanooga than the great outdoors.  In fact, Chattanooga is an incredible dining and cultural destination, with […]

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Date Night at the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, TennesseeWe say it over and over again:  Chattanooga is an unbeatable getaway destination.  It’s an incredible place for outdoor enthusiasts, and home to an incredible range of outdoor activities suitable to just about every taste.  But, there’s more to Chattanooga than the great outdoors.  In fact, Chattanooga is an incredible dining and cultural destination, with a great variety of interesting museums and historic places to visit.  One of the most popular cultural draws to the area is the The Tivoli Theatre, a fabulous historic showplace known as the ‘Jewel of the South.’  Make a reservation at the luxury Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast today, and come explore the incredible city of Chattanooga with us.

Visit Chattanooga’s Tivoli Theatre

Chattanooga’s Tivoli Theatre has been part of Chattanooga’s cultural scene for over 85 years, and has hosted everything from silent movies to Broadway Blockbusters. Not only is the Tivoli Theatre the home to the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Association, but it acts as host to a variety of touring acts throughout the year to fill out its calendar.  Their calendar for the next Date Night at Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, Tennesseeseveral months looks fantastic.  Here are a few highlights for the remaining 2017-2018 season:

We recommend keeping an eye out for the announcement of next year’s Broadway season, so you can get tickets, or perhaps a season subscription, well in advance.  If you’re looking for a great place to enjoy dinner before an event at the Tivoli Theatre, nearby options include Community PiePorter’s Steakhouse, Bluewater Grille, Mellow Mushroom, Easy Bistro, Champy’s Famous Fried Chicken, and The Honest Pint.

While you’re in town visiting the Tivoli Theatre, make reservations at our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast. The luxury of Chanticleer Inn, located on Lookout Mountain, is unmatched. Book your room with us today.

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Visit the 2017 Enchanted Garden of Lights This Winter]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13525 2017-11-14T19:46:48Z 2017-11-14T10:00:11Z The holiday season offers us a wonderful excuse to gather with friends and family, to keep up with long-standing traditions, and to make memories that will last a lifetime. Though this is one of the busiest seasons for many families, it’s also a wonderful time to getaway from the hectic rush of our over-scheduled lives, […]

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Enchanted Garden of Lights in ChattanoogaThe holiday season offers us a wonderful excuse to gather with friends and family, to keep up with long-standing traditions, and to make memories that will last a lifetime. Though this is one of the busiest seasons for many families, it’s also a wonderful time to getaway from the hectic rush of our over-scheduled lives, and to enjoy those things that truly matter. Maybe this year is a time to discover new traditions and make new memories. Whether you choose to join us for a holiday shopping, dazzling light displays like the Enchanted Garden of Lights, a relaxing getaway, or other fun holiday-themed activities, you’ll find nothing but joy and merriment in Chattanooga throughout the upcoming holiday season. Book your room at the luxurious Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast on Lookout Mountain today.

How to Enjoy the 2017 Enchanted Garden of Lights

It’s pretty easy to find a little Christmas spirit in Chattanooga, especially when you stay at the Chanticleer Inn.  Just a short walk away, you’ll find Rock City Gardens and their incredible lighted display, the Enchanted Garden of Lights. In it’s 23rd year, the Enchanted Garden of Lights is certainly a sight worth seeing while you’re in Chattanooga.  View the video below for a brief glimpse at what awaits.

Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights brings Lookout Mountain to life. It features hundreds of thousands of lights, and is certainly not just for kids. The Enchanted Garden of Lights features several different “realms of wonder,” each a different themed pathway through one of four options:  Magic Forest, Arctic Kingdom, North Pole Village, and Yule Town. Classic light displays and festive characters will greet you along the way, no matter the path you choose. Highlights include the dancing trees, which flash with the music, and the iconic holiday star hanging over the Lovers Leap Waterfall. End your stroll through the Enchanted Garden of Lights at the Starbucks across the street.  They host Winter Weekend Nights music series on Fridays and Saturdays on their patio. The lure of hot coffee or cocoa and an an outdoor fireplace can’t be beat on chilly winter nights. There’s also nightly music in the North Pole Lodge.

Take advantage of our Enchanted Getaway Package, and sink into the luxurious accommodations at the Chanticleer Inn.  The package includes 2 tickets to the Enchanted Garden of Lights, a signature embroidered throw from Chanticleer Inn, dinner for 2 at either the Canyon Grill, The Public House, Il Primo or The Café on the Corner Restaurant, a Chanticleer Inn ceramic ornament, a holiday-themed rustic House Candle, and a box of Assorted Truffles from Rembrandt’s Chocolates in the Bluffview Arts District. There’s no better way to enjoy the holidays this year.  Book your stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast today.

 

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[What’s Happening at the Hunter Museum of American Art]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13506 2017-10-24T21:25:28Z 2017-10-24T09:00:30Z There are so many wonderful reasons to visit Chattanooga in the fall, and the outdoors is just the beginning.  Chattanooga has consistently been called one of the country’s top destinations for outdoor recreation. Visitors can choose between a variety of hiking and biking trails, and rock climbing routes, boating, caving, and so much more. Beyond […]

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Hunter Museum of American Art in ChattanoogaThere are so many wonderful reasons to visit Chattanooga in the fall, and the outdoors is just the beginning.  Chattanooga has consistently been called one of the country’s top destinations for outdoor recreation. Visitors can choose between a variety of hiking and biking trails, and rock climbing routes, boating, caving, and so much more. Beyond that, Chattanooga is an incredible cultural destination. Chattanooga has undergone dramatic changes in recent years, earning it the distinction of being one of the top travel destinations in the South.  The so-called Scenic City attracts visitors from across the southeast who come in droves to experience Chattanooga’s incredible food scene, shopping, and the arts. Come visit us this fall, and see what’s happening at one of Chattanooga’s top attractions, the Hunter Museum of American Art.  To get started, simply make your reservation at our luxury Bed and Breakfast on Lookout Mountain.

New Exhibits at the Hunter Museum of American Art

The Hunter Museum of American Art is an incredible space.  The building itself, depicted in the picture above, is perched on an 80-foot limestone bluff above the Tennessee River.  It offers exceptional views of the river and surrounding mountains, but this view is perhaps minimized by the incredible art that awaits inside.  The Hunter Museum of American Art houses what is considered to be one of the best collections in the country, featuring works from the Colonial Period through present times. The exhibits inside feature a variety of artistic mediums, including paintings, works on paper, sculpture, photography, mixed media, furniture and contemporary studio glass.  In addition to the permanent collections, current exhibits at the museum include:

  • Hunter Museum of American Art, ChattanoogaThe Artistic Excursions exhibit features John Henry Twachtman’s painting, Venice, Campo Santa Marta, which was gifted to the museum by his grandniece, Chattanooga resident Nancy K. Anderson. Twachtman has long been considered a leader of American Impressionism, and painted this incredible example circa 1878.
  • Thrill After Thrill:  30 Years of Wayne White, on view until December 31, 2017, is an incredible exploration of artist Wayne White.  White, whose work for Pee Wee’s Playhouse earned him three Emmys, offers an artistic adventure for all ages.
  • With Liberty and Justice For All is a celebration of both art and politics from the turbulent 1970’s. In this exhibit, artists offer their take on the meaning of independence and American citizenship.

In addition to housing a spectacular array of American Art, the Hunter Museum also hosts several interesting events throughout the year. It’s worth checking their calendar every time you come into town.  The year is almost up, and we don’t yet know what 2018 will bring to the Hunter Museum of American Art.  Come see these current exhibits before they’re gone.  Make your reservation at our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast today.

 

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Fall Visit to Cloudland Canyon State Park]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13504 2017-10-24T21:26:11Z 2017-10-05T09:00:49Z The Chattanooga area is home to so many wonderful parks and natural areas.  It’s no wonder this area has been named the “Best Town Ever” by Outside Magazine, and one of the “Top 45 Places to Go” by the New York Times.  This incredible city is nestled in the Tennessee River Valley, between the mountains […]

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Visit Cloudland Canyon State Park, Near ChattanoogaThe Chattanooga area is home to so many wonderful parks and natural areas.  It’s no wonder this area has been named the “Best Town Ever” by Outside Magazine, and one of the “Top 45 Places to Go” by the New York Times.  This incredible city is nestled in the Tennessee River Valley, between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee. Whether you’re looking for a cultural getaway filled with great food, museums, and other attractions, or a getaway focused on getting outside and exploring, Chattanooga has it all.  One of our favorite places to explore is in neighboring Georgia, just a short 25 minute drive from the Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast.  Reserve a room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast, and come explore the stunning Cloudland Canyon State Park this fall.

See The Beauty of Cloudland Canyon

Georgia’s Cloudland Canyon State Park is located on Lookout Mountain, just outside of Downtown Chattanooga. It’s one of the largest parks in the state of Georgia, and should definitely make its way to the top of your “to-see” list.  It’s a breathtakingly beautiful place to go hiking, especially during these late fall months.  Here, you’ll find towering boulders, steep limestone, sandstone, and shale cliffs, stunning overlooks, and gently winding steams and waterfalls throughout the park. The scenic Visit Cloudland Canyon State Park Near ChattanoogaWaterfall Trail in Cloudland Canyon is a particular favorite, providing access to two incredible waterfalls:  Cherokee and Hemlock Falls. The hike is fairly short at just over 2 miles roundtrip, but the steep descent can feel strenuous.

If you’re not up for a strenuous hike, considering taking the short Overlook Trail, where you’ll get to see the famous views this park is known for, or the more moderate West Rim Loop Trail. This popular park also has an 18-hole disc golf course, wild caves available for touring, a fishing pond, trails for horseback riding, and picnicking grounds.

Bicyclists and hikers looking for extended opportunities are now in luck, as Cloudland Canyon State Park is now accessible via trail from downtown Chattanooga.  Thanks to work done by the Lula Lake Land Trust, the Tennessee Riverwalk now connects to this extraordinary park via the Chattanooga Connector Trail, and a network of other trails.

After a day of hiking and exploring at Cloudland Canyon State Park, relax in the luxurious accommodations of The Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast.  There’s no finer choice of lodging in all of Chattanooga.  Make your reservation today.

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[It’s Time for Fall Foliage to Change in Chattanooga]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13440 2017-09-21T17:57:38Z 2017-09-18T09:00:43Z Now that Labor Day has come and gone, it’s time we officially say goodbye to summer, and look forward to another incredible and colorful fall in Chattanooga.  There are so many wonderful reasons to visit Chattanooga in the fall.  Hailed has one of the country’s best destinations for outdoor recreation, we can’t think of a […]

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fall foliage in ChattanoogaNow that Labor Day has come and gone, it’s time we officially say goodbye to summer, and look forward to another incredible and colorful fall in Chattanooga.  There are so many wonderful reasons to visit Chattanooga in the fall.  Hailed has one of the country’s best destinations for outdoor recreation, we can’t think of a better time to visit Chattanooga. Take part in a variety of recreational activities, from hiking, biking, and rock climbing, to boating, caving, and whitewater rafting, all while enjoying the spectacular fall colors that paint the hills this time of year.  Book your stay at our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast, and experience a little magic in Tennessee this fall.

Where to See Fall Foliage in Chattanooga

There is no exact science to predicting the peak of fall foliage season in Chattanooga.  However, if you plan to visit anytime throughout the month of October, you’ll certainly enjoy our colorful surroundings.  There are already hints of fall in the air, but prime fall foliage season usually ranges from mid October to early November.  Soon enough, we’ll be outside enjoying the vibrant crimsons, fiery oranges, and bright pops of yellow will dominate the landscapes in and around Chattanooga.  There are a lot of ways to enjoy the colorful fall season in Chattanooga, whether by bike, boat, train, foot, or car. You can always ask the Innkeepers at the Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast for their favorite places to see fall foliage.  To get your trip planning started off on the right foot, here are a few ideas to look into:

  • Walk through Rock City Gardens, then take in the incredible view from Sunset Rock on Lookout Mountain.  It’s located just across the street from our Bed and Breakfast, and offers one of the most iconic overlooks in Chattanooga. From here, you can also enjoy a gorgeous fall hike on the extensive Lookout Mountain trail network.
  • Bike or walk along the 13 mile Riverwalk, where you’ll enjoy many of Chattanooga’s most popular attractions.
  • Walk through the scenic Bluff View Arts District.  While there, make sure to visit the Hunter Museum of American Art, and stop in for a coffee at Rembrandt’s Coffee House.
  • fall foliage in ChattanoogaHop on a mountain bike or go by foot, and explore the trails at Stringers Ridge Park.  You’ll enjoy great views of the city of Chattanooga.
  • Take a cruise of the Tennessee River Gorge aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat or the River Gorge Explorer.
  • Explore Chattanooga’s countryside by train with the Tennessee Valley Railroad
  • Hike up to Signal Point, and enjoy the views of the stunning Tennessee River Gorge from above.  After you’ve taken in these autumnal views, head down the trail to the Julia Falls Overlook.  It’s only about a mile further, and offers a glimpse at a waterfall spilling out the side of the mountain and plunging into the lush gorge below.
  • Enjoy the views from Snooper’s Rock in the Prentice Cooper State Forest, considered to be once of the most hidden scenic overlooks in the area.
  • Take a short one-mile roundtrip walk, and enjoy the legendary view from Cloudland Canyon State Park.
  • Enjoy a scenic drive along the Pie-in-the-sky trail, one of the best ways to see the the peaks and valleys of beautiful Southeast Tennessee.

However you choose to experience peak fall foliage in Chattanooga, we know you’ll appreciate the kaleidoscope of color provided by the oaks, maples, poplars and other hardwood trees. Book a room at our luxury Inn, and come see firsthand why Chattanooga is hailed as one of the best places to see Tennessee’s fall colors.

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Are you Ready for the 2017 River Rocks Festival?]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13431 2017-09-11T17:55:00Z 2017-09-11T09:00:36Z If you haven’t been to Chattanooga’s River Rocks festival yet, this year is your year! Throughout the month of October, visitors to Chattanooga have the opportunity of seeing at least part of this popular festival.  River Rocks last throughout the entire month of October, and features dozens of exciting athletic events.  The overall goal of […]

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2017 River Rocks Festival in ChattanoogaIf you haven’t been to Chattanooga’s River Rocks festival yet, this year is your year! Throughout the month of October, visitors to Chattanooga have the opportunity of seeing at least part of this popular festival.  River Rocks last throughout the entire month of October, and features dozens of exciting athletic events.  The overall goal of the River Rocks festival is to inspire visitors and competitors to get outside, get active, and have fun while doing it. That, after all, is what the city of Chattanooga is all about. Competitors from all over the world descend upon Chattanooga to compete in festival events, bringing a certain level of excitement and buzz to the area each fall. Fall is also a great time to experience Chattanooga.  One visit is all it takes to understand why is the Scenic City is considered such an incredible destination for outdoor enthusiasts.  Book your room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast this fall, and take in the exciting events at the 2017 RiverRocks Festival.

2017 River Rocks Festival Events

Whether you just want to watch some of these great athletes compete, or whether you want to get in on the action itself, there is plenty to do in Chattanooga during the month of October.  The River Rocks festival has a little bit of something for everyone, including water events, rock climbing and bouldering, road and trail races, bike races, and even live music and entertainment.

The video above really says all that needs to be said.  Chattanooga’s incredible, and this is the best time to come see everything this city has to offer. Some of the most popular festival events include the Rock Creek Stump Jump 50K trail race, the Sunset Night Hike up Stringers Ridge, the Chattanooga Head Race, the Lula Lake Five Points 50, the Swim the Suck water race, the 7-Bridges Marathon, the Triple Crown of Bouldering, and so much more.  In addition to these great events, visitors to Chattanooga on October 6 & 7, 2017 will enjoy the 3 Sisters Music Festival.  This festival is an incredible 3-day celebration of Bluegrass music. The 2017 lineup includes great artists like Molly Tuttle, The Stray Birds, Kruger Brothers, Jeff Austin, Bryan Sutton, Dismembered Tennesseans, the Del McCoury Band and so much more.

If you aren’t up to competing yourself, there’s still plenty to watch and enjoy.  2017’s River Rocks Festival promises to be an excellent spectator event, and the live music and entertainment will round out the experience. We look forward to seeing you this fall for the annual RiverRocks Festival. Book your stay at our Lookout Mountain Bed and Breakfast today!

 

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Fun Tours in the Chattanooga Area]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13417 2017-09-01T19:35:48Z 2017-09-01T18:40:34Z We’re just as surprised to see the end of summer as you are.  That said, the weather is still great in Chattanooga, and there’s still plenty of time to see what makes this city such an extraordinary getaway destination.  Chattanooga has twice been named the “Best Town Ever” by Outside Magazine, and was recently listed […]

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The Best Tours in Chattanooga, TennesseeWe’re just as surprised to see the end of summer as you are.  That said, the weather is still great in Chattanooga, and there’s still plenty of time to see what makes this city such an extraordinary getaway destination.  Chattanooga has twice been named the “Best Town Ever” by Outside Magazine, and was recently listed as one of the “Top 45 Places to Go in the World” by the New York Times.  If you haven’t yet been to this ruggedly beautiful town, brimming with southern charm, then now’s the time to start planning.  Whatever it is that interests you, whether it’s Chattanooga’s thriving arts community, its spectacular shopping, the hip food scene, or the unbeatable range of outdoor recreation, we know it will only take one visit for you to fall in love with Chattanooga.  Tours happen to be a great way to see the city, especially for those that haven’t been here before or are short on time.  Book your room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast, and start planning your Chattanooga adventure today.

The Best Tours of Chattanooga

There are quite a few different tours in Chattanooga. A tour, it seems, for just about every taste and interest. Here are just a few of our favorite tours in the Chattanooga area:

Once you’ve seen The Scenic City for yourself, we know you’ll want to come back.  And when you do, you’ll have plenty of ideas of how to make the most of your time, thanks in part to the incredible tours listed above.  All you need to do to get started is to book your room at our luxury Inn today!  We can’t wait to see you this fall.

 

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[10 Adventures to Have in Chattanooga This Summer]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13415 2017-08-28T22:56:05Z 2017-08-18T09:00:27Z The final days of summer are, somewhat sadly, upon us. There’s still plenty of time to plan a last-minute getaway to the incredible city of Chattanooga, though, and there are some adventures and activities you won’t want to miss.  Our luxury Bed and Breakfast, located at the top of Lookout Mountain and across the street […]

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Adventures in the Scenic City of Chattanooga, TennesseeThe final days of summer are, somewhat sadly, upon us. There’s still plenty of time to plan a last-minute getaway to the incredible city of Chattanooga, though, and there are some adventures and activities you won’t want to miss.  Our luxury Bed and Breakfast, located at the top of Lookout Mountain and across the street from Chattanooga’s famous Rock City Gardens, is the best choice for lodging.  From here, you can not only enjoy Lookout Mountain’s top attractions, but also relish in the panoramic views over the Chattanooga Valley below.  At the Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast, we take immense pride in our hospitality, and will do everything it takes to make sure you have the adventures of a lifetime.  Book your getaway with us this summer.  You won’t regret it!

The Top Adventures in Chattanooga

If you’re at all familiar with Chattanooga, you’ll know that it’s ranked as one of the top travel destinations in the South, and it has been voted as one of the top outdoor destinations in the entire country.  From outdoors to dining and the arts, Chattanooga has something for everyone.  Plan a getaway with us this summer, and enjoy these 10 unique ideas to spice up your adventures in Chattanooga:

And that is just the beginning.  Give yourself plenty of time in Chattanooga; you’re going to need it.  Book your room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast in Chattanooga this summer, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.

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Innkeeper <![CDATA[Enjoy Outdoor Dining in Chattanooga This Summer]]> https://stayatchanticleer.com/?p=13411 2017-08-01T02:06:30Z 2017-07-28T09:00:48Z We’re well into the summer months in Chattanooga, and enjoying everything about it.  With these warm, delightful months, there’s nothing we love more than the opportunity to sit outside for some al fresco dining.  Whether sipping wine and enjoy delicious bites on a patio overlooking the Tennessee River or enjoying an enchanting evening outdoors in […]

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Outdoor Dining in ChattanoogaWe’re well into the summer months in Chattanooga, and enjoying everything about it.  With these warm, delightful months, there’s nothing we love more than the opportunity to sit outside for some al fresco dining.  Whether sipping wine and enjoy delicious bites on a patio overlooking the Tennessee River or enjoying an enchanting evening outdoors in the scenic River Valley, outdoor dining is truly one of the simplest pleasures in life.  Come stay with us on Lookout Mountain this summer, enjoy every last drop of sunshine in Chattanooga this summer.  

Chattanooga’s Best Outdoor Dining

When it comes to outdoor dining in Chattanooga, there’s plenty to choose from.  With so much water in the Chattanooga area, waterfront dining isn’t as difficult as you might think, and it certainly makes for a pleasant evening.  There’s also a number of places around town with exceptional patios and delicious food that are just as worthy.  Keep reading to see a few of our favorite al fresco dining locations around town.  Reservations are always a good idea, especially during these busy summer months.

Chattanooga Waterfront Dining
  • The Boathouse Rotisserie & Raw Bar.  This restaurant is conveniently located downtown just off the Tennessee Riverwalk, and offers extraordinary views of the Tennessee River from their wrap-around porch.  Their menu includes southern favorites like  po’boys and wood-fire-grilled okra, but it’s best known for its oysters.
  • Lakeshore Grill.  Traditional American food like seafood and steaks are served up on their beautiful waterfront patio.  Since it’s connected to the Lakeshore Marina, diners have even be known to pull up in their boat after a fun day on the water, and walk to the restaurant.
  • Riverside Catfish House.  This Chattanooga gem serves up old-fashioned fried fish right on the Tennessee River.  Most come for the cornmeal-battered fried fingerlings, and the coconut cake.  If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, try their fried frog legs.
Outdoor Dining in ChattanoogaAl Fresco Patios in Chattanooga
  • Public House.  For an incredible meal of southern classics and comfort food, this place can’t be beat.  Add to it the ambience of their outdoor dining, and this is a fantastic dinner location.
  • The Flying Squirrel Bar.  For an excellent array of locally-sourced small plates and fantastic drinks, this place can’t be beat. Add their small al fresco patio, and you have the perfect summer afternoon.
  • Terminal Brew House.  Here, you’ll find great food and incredible beer!  Their rooftop patio/beer garden is more than worth the visit!
  • Sugar’s Ribs.  Eat some of the best BBQ in Chattanooga, while soaking up the last rays of the summer sun.
  • Terra Nostra Tapas & Wine Bar.  This is a great place to grab small bites and sip wine on an early afternoon, or an intimate romantic date night.
  • Cafe on the Corner.  You don’t have to travel too far from our Inn for this gem on Lookout Mountain.  Their incredible southern food and outdoor fireplace & Patio are worth every second.

Chattanooga’s food scene is truly scrumptious, and outdoor dining just adds to the incredible experience you’re bound to have here.  Book your stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast, and come experience the best days of summer with us in Chattanooga.

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