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Chattanooga Southside District 

The Southside is quickly becoming Chattanooga's hottest place for locals and visitors to enjoy a night out with many entertainment options. Bowling, dancing, shopping, coffee shops, restaurants, music venues and more.  The Chattanoogan, Chattanooga's premier hotel, is at the center of it all in the Southside.

Experience the evolution of the guitar from the 1920's through the 1970's. Tour the extensive anthology of permanent and revolving unique guitar exhibits. 

Southside Social is a fun, family-friendly gaming extravaganza. Adults and kids alike will thrill at the fantastic play experience.

The Jump Park offers something for everyone, with over 50 connected trampolines, a game and snack bar.

Serves a wonderful combination of tavern and family dining straight from their farm fresh menu all while surrounded by a fun and unique environment.

Alleia is a unique interpretation of rustic Italian cuisine using only local ingredients.

The restaurant offers unique burgers and bourbons. If you are a burger person then this is a must stop on your trip in Chattanooga.

Chattanooga Brewing Company puts Chattanooga's history and culture into the beers they produce.  This is a must stop on your Chattanooga visit.

The Comedy Catch offers great standup comedy shows in the Southside District. 

The food is delicious, and a Dark and Stormy or a Durty Mule are always enjoyable. Don't miss this venue perfect for couples, friends, girls night out and any other occasion. 

A locally-owned Chattanooga company specialized in handmade Artisan Chocolates & Pastries created in small batches.

Niedlov’s, is a locally owned & operated bakery café that serves locally roasted coffees, pastries, scratch-made soups, salads and sandwiches. 

James Beard nominee Eric Neil's butcher shop is a favorite spot for bistro specials and craft cocktails. The burger is hands down the best on the Southside.

From national headliners to local legends, these partner venues are the heartbeat of Chattanooga's music scene. 

Sundays shine on the Southside with one of the nation's largest and most awarded farmers and artisan markets; over 250 farmers, artisan food and artists.

Shop, dine and eat in this historic building that is home to one-of-a-kind boutiques, stellar restaurants and famous local fare.

Take a tour of the Chattanooga Whiskey Experimental Distillery, the first distillery in downtown Chattanooga in 100 years!

If you are a burger person, then this is a must stop on your trip to Chattanooga. Great selection of unique burgers and bourbons. 

Breakfast lovers will enjoy The Bluegrass Grill.  A cozy place that serves homemade bread and breakfast all day long.