Tony's Pasta Shop & Trattoria
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Good option for Gluten Free - often a wait for dine-in on the weekends. In the Bluff Art District by Hunter's Art Museum and Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge
this feels like fine dining without the price tag ,the food is delicious and all made locally.
Delicious pastas, and outstanding wine selection to go along with a beautiful view while dining on their balcony.
This Italian restaurant is in downtown Chattanooga near the walking bridge. Pasta is made fresh every day and it is absolutely delicious and rustic. After dinner walk over to Rembrandts and grab a coffee. This will not disappoint!
“Rent paddle boards or kayaks to take on the river to get the best view of Chattanooga!”
“On the North Shore, locally-owned, Tex-Mex. Half-priced Sangria carafes on Sunday's. Kids eat free on Monday's. Lots of families and UTC students (Univ of TN-Chatt). Popular place. Can take between 30-60 minutes for seating on weekends. Covered outdoor patio as well as bar seating. Note, 05/26/2020: still only taking delivery & take out orders. Currently no dine in.”
“Cafe meals, vast coffee and tea selections as well as amazing desserts. Crowded seating indoors but lovely patio seating. Bluff View Art District is enjoyable to walk around in, safe and near by the River Walk and Walnut Street Bridge.”
“The Hunter has a wonderful collection of art, and they always have interesting new temporary exhibits. Located in the beautiful Bluff View Art District, the art museum is easy to get to by crossing over the pedestrian bridge from north Chatt, and then crossing over a small see-through bridge to the museum itself. There are beautiful views from the bluff! And one of my favorite coffee shops, Rembrandt’s, is right next door to the museum and has a really nice, large patio with a European vibe. ”