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By Rockery Press
May 6, 2013
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By Rockery Press
May 9, 2013
Thanks a lot. In an effort to put as much information about Chattanooga in the book for the traveling climber we are compiling lists. The lists we need help with are..we have a good idea but have not been to every spot in town and don't want leave anything out.

Concerning locations in Chattanooga or around sport climbing areas near Chattanooga only

5 Best beer places in town?
5 Best Pizza eateries?
5 Best Mexican eateries?
5 Best BBQ spots?
5 Best Breakfast places?
5 best free wifi spots?
5 best legitimate places to carpool from?

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By Br'er Rabbit
From The Briar Patch
May 9, 2013
'Bred en bawn in a brier-patch, Brer Fox--bred en ...
Here's my votes....
Beer...Pickle Barrel, Brewhaus is good too with German cuisine and a nice view.
Pizza....Lupi's.
Mexican....La Altena for the food....Las Margaritas for the scenery.
BBQ....Shuford's...Roll Tide.
Breakfast....Pasha, Waffle House, Krispy Kreme doughnut kiosk at BP.
WiFi.....just about anywhere near Coolidge Park.
Carpool....BiLo for the TWall or Suck Creek carpool/shuttle.

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By CraigS.
May 9, 2013
Not in any particular order:

Beer - Terminal, Hair of the Dog, Blue Water, Honest Pint, A friends house, My house

Pizza - Lupi's, Mellow Mushroom, Community Pie, Papa Johns, Little Ceasers

Mexican - La Altena, El Metate, Carnitas Carmelitas, (for fusion try Taco Mamacita) . . . Wouldn't go anywhere else.

BBQ - Shuford's, Choo Choo, 58 BBQ, Porkers, Bones

Breakfast - Hardee's, Waffle House, Krystal - (Brunch - Food Works, Honest Pint.)

WiFi - Anywhere free - lowes, home depot, starbucks

Carpool - Coolidge Park, any Wal-Mart

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By Jeremy Hand
May 9, 2013
slopey
Beer... The Terminal
Pizza... Lupis
Mexican... El Monterrey
BBQ... Bone's/Old Plantation
Breakfast... Bluegrass Grill

Bi-Lo/Greenlife/BP

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By Swamp Cookie
From da Bayou
May 9, 2013
Big Alligator.
Tremont Tavern for beer and burgers after a hard day of climbing. Just my 2 cents.

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By Zach Kling
From Indianapolis, Indiana
May 10, 2013
Winter bouldering gets cold.
Beer- Moccasin Bend brewing.

Breakfast- Aretha Frankensteins, but be prepared to wait, and bluegrass grill (the best, but not open Sundays)

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By Rockery Press
May 10, 2013
Great stuff. Keep it coming.

I just wanted to throw this in..(My opinion)
On beer crafted in Chatty..
Mchales is a bit out of the way and smoky but easily the best beer in town. They are now serving it at the Tavern. Or stop by and get a growler of the Bloody IPA.

Greenlife/whole foods has been enforcing the parking lot to prevent carpooling so heads up there.

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By CraigS.
May 10, 2013
Aretha's is all hype, just like Sofa King (my opinion only). . . Especially since you can get the batter at any Bi-Lo. Blue Grass, though, is dead on.

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By Steve Colegrove
From Marietta, GA
May 10, 2013
Coffee probably falls under breakfast so I'll suggest Greyfrey's. Excellent coffee that is roasted onsite. Closed on Sundays :(

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By Blake Cash
May 11, 2013
Beer:

Tremont, BrewHaus, SturmHaus, Hair of the Dog, Riverside (for purchase, not dining)

Pizza:

Lupis...pizza joints are kind of a bust here IMO. None are great at all.

Mexican:

Ovalle(best overall, but pricier than others, BYOB as well), La Altena, Taqueria Jalisco (please support this place, amazing food, BYOB) used to be the taco truck that parked at La Discotheque.

BBQ:

Shufords, hands down.

Breakfast:

Ugg...breakfast is a bust here too...make your own.

Carpool:

Bi-Lo at Signal Mountain (for Prentice Cooper areas) and north of Chatt climbing areas.


Lastly: there is a HUGE food truck culture developing here as well. Famous Naters, Local Slice, etc are always downtown and at events locally. Support these guys. They make amazing food with quality local ingredients and don't charge a ton of money.

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By Br'er Rabbit
From The Briar Patch
May 13, 2013
'Bred en bawn in a brier-patch, Brer Fox--bred en ...
There's also something about a few hours spent at Merv's after TWall...and the cheeseburgers are served up fast. Pool tables, pitchers of beer, and interesting scenery seem fitting for a Sunday morning at Suck Creek.

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By Dr. Rocktopolus
From Chattanooga, TN
May 13, 2013
Whipping on the redpoint crux of " The Theate...
Pizza = Crust!

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By Rockery Press
May 14, 2013
Maybe we should stick to recommending routes and areas instead of beer and pizza. We'll try to keep you from getting lost and let you explore the city on your own to discover what your favorites are...

Thanks for all of the feedback.

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By willeslinger
From Golden, Colorado
May 23, 2013
I was pretty bummed when they didn't greenlight my...
Green Life being the obvious car pool meetup. Also the signal mountain rd Bi-Lo for T-Wall and Sequatchie Valley adventures

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By Rockery Press
May 24, 2013
Greenlife/Whole Food is starting to monitor the parking. Mill and Mine around the intersection of Signal Mtn Blvd and Dayton is Bomber..but so is Bilo and Wal-mart.

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May 29, 2013
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By Rockery Press
May 31, 2013
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Jun 12, 2013
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By Old Sag
Jun 14, 2013
Where can I buy this book?

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By Rockery Press
Jun 14, 2013
rockerypress.com in a couple of months.

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By Chris Jones
Jun 15, 2013
Isn't that a cuss word in Nooga?

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By Rockery Press
Aug 16, 2013
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By Rockery Press
Aug 21, 2013
This is one of the best places in the South to climb.
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By RForbus
From Hotlanta
Aug 21, 2013
Br'er Rabbit wrote:
There's also something about a few hours spent at Merv's after TWall...and the cheeseburgers are served up fast. Pool tables, pitchers of beer, and interesting scenery seem fitting for a Sunday morning at Suck Creek.


good ole Merv's... interesting folk there.

Can't believe no one has suggested Champy's Fried Chicken. Best fried chicken anywhere and any place that sells 40's to go along with your meal I'm a fan of.

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