This historic building in the resurgent Southside area housed one of Chattanooga's best known restaurant for decades. The building was originally built as an Armour meat packing plant. It was first converted to a restaurant in 1985, then substantially upgraded again in 2007. The main floor level has approximately 7,500 square feet.
The classic dining room features exposed brick walls, heavy timbered beams, and a great bar area. There is an excellent covered patio as well as an open patio for larger events. Very appealing decor with approximately 5,000 SF in the basement.
The second floor banquet room can be converted to offices. It has 4,200 SF and two modern restrooms. It is sprinklered throughout. Zoned C-3.
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