Chattanooga, TN is such a fun, riverfront city that just so happens to be a good halfway meeting point between my current home and my hometown in Georgia (and only about 2 hours from Nashville). We drive through it every time we go home and will meet our family there for a weekend. Since we drive through enough, I’ve found a few good gluten free dining options worth sharing with you.
Little Rembrandt’s Coffee House – located near the art museum in the Bluff View Art District. I found this little quick dining option through the Find Me Gluten Free app the last time I was in Chattanooga and I was quite frankly, disappointed. It seems their selection changes regularly and at times they do offer gluten free cookies, muffins, and breads. That was not the case when I visited as I was hoping to grab a quick bite to eat and caffeine before hitting the road and was disappointed with only sweets and no savory items.
Lupi’s Pizza Pies – casual, kid friendly dining in downtown Chattanooga and four other locations in the area serving salads, pizzas, and calzones. There is (unfortunately) a pretty steep upcharge for the gluten free pizza but it’s worth it. The pizza and salads are delicious and fellow diners raved about the calzones as well.
Taco Mamacita – casual, “fresh mex” dining that has a second location in Nashville that we regularly visit. They have a separate gluten sensitive menu and even offer Santitas chips for those who are very sensitive with shared fryers. They have an array of vegan menu options as well. The tacos are really good, but the red salsa and Mexican street corn are the driving factors for us going there! 🙂