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The Restaurant Last October, the first floor of StoneFort Inn began its transformation. TerraMae Appalachian Bistro was constructed within an amazing and hectic matter of weeks and opened 12.12.12.. This addition brought significant changes such as the newly created open air kitchen centered in the limestone dining room, and the bar was moved to what used to be referred to as the library. The base of the open air kitchen, wine racks and bar area were built with reclaimed wood from barns and other structures in the nearby area. Thus creating a restaurant and bar space that is both rustic…
Fall is one of the best times to enjoy the beautiful Tennessee Valley—temperatures have cooled, summer’s humidity is gone, and the air is crystal clear. Chattanooga was named “best outdoor city” by Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine and “best place to live” by Outside Magazine. It’s no wonder with the wealth of water sports, rock climbing, hiking, hang gliding, biking, fishing and hunting that can be done in the area. This is the prime season to take in all that natural wonder, as well as enjoy perfect conditions for Chattanooga’s many autumn cultural events. Here are some of our top picks…
With elegant limestone walls and fresh, contemporary décor, and some of the most unique food in town, StoneFort Inn and TerraMae are the perfect venue to wow your guests at end of the year holiday parties. The events we’ve hosted this year have already been a big hit for many organizations and private groups. They’ve raved about the house cocktails, attentive service, and inventive menu by Chef Shelley D. Cooper. What better way to celebrate your team, your family, your friends, or your business partners during the holidays than in style? TerraMae can host up to 150 guests in a…
Bike Chattanooga is celebrating its one year anniversary and making big plans for year two. It’s been wonderful having them in town offering another form of public transportation, and one that’s healthy and fun to boot! Locals and tourists alike have been seen cruising around town on these bright blue bikes. To celebrate, we are sharing different themed adventures you can have around town using the Bike Chattanooga system. The nearest Bike Chattanooga station to StoneFort Inn is at the corner of MLK Boulevard and Lindsey Street, just a block from Stone Fort Inn, so getting anywhere in the city via…
Tuesday, 24 July 2012 00:00

Chattanooga Attractions: The Music Scene

For a city Riverbend Music Festival Chattanooga TN of its size, Chattanooga has a lot happening in the live music scene. Our largest music event is the 9-day Riverbend Music Festival which takes place along the riverfront in June and draws as many as 100,000 people on the more popular nights. Chattanooga also offers weekly events and smaller music venues that shouldn't be missed if you enjoy live music. Below are some of the most notable live music happening in Chattanooga. Weekly Music Events (Seasonal) NightFall Nightfall Concert Series is a FREE sumertime concert series that takes place each Friday…
Bike Chattanooga is celebrating its one year anniversary and making big plans for year two. It’s been wonderful having them in town offering another form of public transportation, and one that’s healthy and fun to boot! Locals and tourists alike have been seen cruising around town on these bright blue bikes. To celebrate, we’ll be sharing different themed adventures you can have around town using the Bike Chattanooga system. The nearest Bike Chattanooga station to StoneFort Inn is at the corner of MLK Boulevard and Lindsey Street, just a block from Stone Fort Inn, so getting anywhere in the city via…
1) SUP Paddle Boarding! It’s one of the most entertaining and beautiful ways to tour the waterfront. L2Boards rents paddle boards and hosts guided trips and even floating yoga classes. You’ll see a whole different side of Chattanooga, and all from the cool, wet Tennessee River. 2) Bike Chattanooga! Rent a bicycle from one of the many downtown stations and go exploring. Bike to Conga on the Southside for some cool sangria, or to the North Shore for ice cream at Clumpies. Have an adventure by biking a mile or two to St. Elmo to ride the Incline Railway up…
Long before the hip Southside district, long before the galleries and boutiques came to North Shore with the Walnut Street bridge reopening, and ten years before the Tennessee Aquarium was built, the Riverbend Festival was one of the first signs of life in a blighted, polluted town. The city was down on its luck. It was dirty and dangerous and no one came to downtown after dark. Locals had moved to the suburbs, and none of the vibrant riverfront nightlife we now associate with Chattanooga existed. That changed when several powerhouse local businesses and foundations came together and brought The…
The Select Registry assures consumers of the absolute quality of its list of inns. This rigorous program vets each inn in the group with a series of anonymous inspections, narrowing down over 20,000 North American venues to one elite membership. When you stay at an inn on The Select Registry, you can be confident that you are receiving the very best amenities, including: An outstanding breakfast Luxurious private baths Quality fine dining on the premises or nearbyThe Select Registry also evaluates inns on whether they have a proven track record, solid management history, and industry endorsements.Those who enjoy the hospitality…
The mountains surrounding Chattanooga burst with spring blossoms and with near-perfect temperatures, sunny and warm with bright blue skies. This area is one of the most diverse in the world when it comes to spring flowers, and the scenery bursting with green is unparalleled. We've put together a few ways you can explore the best views the city and surrounding area has to offer.Explore By Foot: 1.  StoneFort Inn is conveniently located in between Chattanooga's famous Riverfront area and the newly revitalized Southside District. The best way to experience both is by walking.  To the north, the Riverfront, Bluff View…
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