Support sustainable seafood during Serve & Protect’s Downtown Dine Around on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 20-22. By dining at our partner restaurants, you can show that what you put on your plate matters. Simply put, people currently eat too many fish from too few species. So ask your server about what’s on the menu and try something new. You’ll discover savory options that can lead to positive change. Then unlock the healthy benefits of seafood at home by trying the Serve & Protect recipes provided by Alton Brown.
In addition to many of Chattanooga’s finest restaurants, several area caterers are also participating in Serve & Protect. Discover a new menu item at one of our partner restaurants, or add a sustainable choice to what’s being served at your next event.
212 Market Street
Chef, Susan Moses
Inspired by Jack Lupton’s gift to the Tennessee Aquarium, the Moses family reclaimed a brownfield site two blocks away & opened 212 Market in 1992. The restaurant’s seasonal menus feature locally grown foods & sustainable seafood.
Back Inn Café
411 East Second Street
Phone: 423-265-5033 Ext. 1 or 800-725-8338
Chef, Jason Hodges
Located in a renovated Colonial Revival Mansion within Chattanooga’s Bluff View Arts District, Back Inn Café, offers upscale global cuisine with an extensive wine list. The menu changes seasonally to provide guests with fresh dishes and the latest innovations in fine cuisine.
224 Broad Street
Chef, Scott Eiselstein
Bluewater Grille brings passion for fresh seafood to Chattanooga with a unique décor and atmosphere in an inviting space for casually sophisticated dining.
Broad Street Grille
1201 South Broad Street
Chef, Matt Pinner
A believer in farm fresh dining, the Broad Street Grille is one of the region’s premier restaurants and features upscale, casual Southern Regional Cuisine enhanced by global flavors.
Easy Bistro & Bar
203 Broad Street
Chef, Erik Niel
Chattanooga meets Old World comfort food. Easy offers the best of French Bistro dining: delicious yet affordable, stylish yet friendly.
313 Manufacturers Road
Chef/Owner, Brian Hedeman and Matt Marcus
Elemental features re-envisioned Southern Cuisine and handcrafted beverages made with local, regional, and responsibly sourced ingredients and inspired by modern techniques.
Events with Taste Catering
Chef, Michelle Huffman
A leader in Chattanooga for more than 10 years, they are large enough to handle thousands, yet nimble enough to work magic for 10. They take pride in attention to detail, responsiveness to clients and customized menus ranging from the delicate to the robust.
55 Johnson Street
Chef, Philippe Van Grit
The Flying Squirrel is your neighborhood bar and restaurant, nestled in the heart of Southside Chattanooga, featuring 20 craft beer taps, a seasonal cocktail program and a menu of approachable up-scale small bites.
Lee Towery Catering
1303-C Hixson Pike
Lee Towery Catering is owned and operated by Lee C. Towery, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. We take pride in our innovative, high quality food, service, and attention to detail. Lee Towery Catering has been operating since 1995.
827 Broad Street
Chef, John Palacio
Experience a unique twist on the ordinary, created with a blend of the finest ingredients, contemporary cuisine, and family-style service. Porter's philosophy is to serve simple preparations with the best available ingredients.
1110 Market Street
Named for the pubs and local restaurants that serve as an extension of a community - a gathering place for anyone seeking good food and drink. The Public House Restaurant menu plays to the comforts of good, solid food, while applying the principles of premium food products to a more casual dining setting.
Rembrandt's (evening desserts only)
411 E. Second Street
Inside a beautiful French stucco you will discover the culinary treasure of Rembrandt's Coffee House. This European style café has a great selection of fresh coffees, breads, chocolates and pastries.
St. John’s Restaurant
1278 Market Street
Chef, Daniel Lindley
Quality, ambiance, attention to detail, comfort and much more typically only found in large cities around the world arrived in Chattanooga, Tennessee in the fall of 2000. This is St. John's Restaurant. Welcome.
Sticky Fingers Catering (oyster roast)
420 Broad Street
Founded by three lifelong friends, Sticky Fingers opened in Mt. Pleasant, SC in 1992. Armed with little money and even less experience, the three partners set about doing what they knew best: treating guests the way they wanted to be treated.
SwissAm Fine Catering
Chef, Erika Kummer
Established in 1984, SwissAm Fine Catering is a family operation with experienced chefs. They offer customized services including: boxed lunches, served and buffet lunch and dinners, weddings, receptions, banquets, corporate events and holiday parties.
Whole Foods Market
301 Manufactures Road
Whole Food’s Market is a local organic and natural grocery store in North Shore Chattanooga, TN offering a wide variety of local produce, sustainable seafood, and a hot bar and buffet available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.