Motel 6 Chattanooga Downtown

2440 Williams Street, I-24 exit #178, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37408, United States
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Travel Tips for Chattanooga

Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

by butterflykizzez04

On the way home, we stopped them at Cumberland Falls State Park in Kentucky just across the Kentucky/Tennessee border near the Cumberland Gap.

It was a lovely drive and this state park is beautiful.

Great Food and Homemade Ale

by soundsgoodtome about Big River Grill

Big River Grill is another great restaurant that was started in Chattanooga but has since been added in other cities. They have some of the best food around, seafood, steak, chicken, veggies, etc. and best of all, they make their own beer. In fact, their beers have won several awards at national and international competitions. There is a large variety and you can order a sample tray so that you can try 5 or 6 at a time before you decide which you'd like to have. The atmosphere is great as well, and you can dine inside or out. It is located on the corner of Broad and 2nd Street, adjacent from the aquarium and across from the Bijou Theatre. Its a good place for families, as well as couples and singles who just want to sit around at the bar and enjoy the ballgame. My favorite dish here is by far the smoky mountain pasta, while I also recommend the hickory bacon burger if you like barbeque sauce. Right now if you go to the Imax your ticket stub is good for a free order of tortilla chips and a cheese dip that has spinach and tomatoes, very good, with purchase of an entree. This may only be for a limited time though, and perhaps only for certain movies that they sponsor, but i'm not sure.

Riverbend Festival held...

by PDA1028

Riverbend Festival held annually in June
This festival runs for a week and has lots of vendors,but the main thing is musical acts. For the cost of a pin (usually aprox. $30 at the gate) you can get in and see not only local talent,but also big name acts. This years headliners included Alabama,Edwin McCain,and Chicago to name a few.

Free Water Fun outside of Tennessee Aquarium

by V_Minx

If you take the free bus to the end of the line and jump off at the theater complex downtown, it is only a block walk to the Tennessee Aquarium and I-Max Theatre Complexes. While I'm certain these are fabulous places to see, you can enjoy yourselves without spending a penny.

In front of and along the side of the Aquarium, a winding creek has been created out of concrete. It varies in depth from ankle deep to knee deep and is free to the public to enjoy. You'll find hundreds of people there just enjoying the afternoon. Kids are playing in the water, adults are tossing Frisbees on the adjoining grass, and people are rolling down the hill. It is a large open space meant to be enjoyed by anyone.

There are restaurants nearby, but I didn't have a chance to check them out. If you want, find a bench or bring a blanket and just take in the atmosphere for a while. All the people we met were very polite and friendly. This is a place for you to enjoy the simple pleasures of life.

Local Coffee Houses are the Best!

by soundsgoodtome

Chattanooga is blessed with several great local coffee houses that are each unique and not found anywhere else in the world. I'm not saying that this is only found in Chattanooga, I know that lots of cities have very good local coffee houses as well, but when visiting Chattanooga, please be sure to visit these rather than the big chains like Starbucks and Panera that you can go to at home or anywhere else in the country. I promise that any coffee lovers won't be disappointed.

I have already given the Mudpie its own restaurant tip so I won't describe it further here. The Stone Cup Roasting Company, also located near Coolidge Park at 224 Frazier Ave. has been voted best in the city several times by local publications. I recently went here for the first time and ordered the turtle mocha, which is excellent! Probably the most famous of the local houses is Greyfriar's, located beside Sticky Fingers at 406 Broad St. They have a large selection of both coffee and tea drinks and everything is excellent. They roast their own coffee beans and ship everywhere; can be found at www.rarecoffee.com. I believe that Greyfriar's also offers free WiFi access in their store, but am not totally certain.
Another nice one is Chattz Coffee located at 1010 Market St. in the Central Business District. The Art District has its own famous coffee shop, Rembrandt's, which has a large selection of pastries and other desserts along with lots of coffee. It's located at 204 High St. Lastly, there is another fairly new coffee shop called the Perky Parana, located at the corner of Chestnut and 2nd Streets. They have various coffee drinks and ice cream. I have only been here once because I didn't care for it too much, it almost seems like a chain store. This could very well be true, but I do not know of any others, so if anyone knows that this is a chain, please tell me.

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Address: 2440 Williams Street, I-24 exit #178, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37408, United States