With many locally owned establishments, from mom and pop luncheonettes to gentlemen’s tailors, this on the rise retail and restaurant area features many eateries and services along with some of downtown’s oldest clothiers. Coffee shops, opticians, barbershops and financial institutions of any sort dot the street level spaces of the high rises between 4th and 12th streets.
Located in an 18th century stone and brick beauty, Warehouse Row is the destination for an eclectic mix of boutique shopping, artisans and dining. From high-end furniture and home décor accessories to the latest trends in clothing, shoes and jewelry, this downtown beacon is one of the hottest places to play.Learn More
Ask anyone and they'll tell you Frazier Avenue is where you'll find locally owned shops featuring everything from art supplies to clothing and shoes, folk art, books, handmade gifts and poster art, bicycles, jewelry, donuts, ice cream, and more. With convenient essentials and two nearby grocery stores, the NorthShore has much to offer.Learn More
A shopping haven for those who can't stand the traditional mall, 2 Northshore offers dozens of stores including a natural foods grocery store, upscale wine shop, outdoor equipment outfitter, bicycles, education toys, designer modern furniture and home accessories, jewelry, hair stylists, a day spa, and much, much more.
Tourists will love the selection of souvenirs and other sundries in this popular haven for out of towners. However, locals flock there daily to take advantage of the great locally-owned restaurants the riverfront area has to offer. From housemade pizzas and handcrafted beers to a premiere steakhouse and the hippest diner in the Southeast, there's plenty to taste.
Discover locally-baked artisan bread, specialty meats, handcrafted furniture and accessories, an independent bookseller and more. Main Street is also home to a diverse selection of restaurants, from a simple taco stand to some of the most upscale Italian cuisine Chattanooga has to offer. There's even an authentic Spanish grocer and retail shops in renovated rail cars.