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By STAFF REPORT

The rain came down but supporters showed up for the Signal Mountain Lions Club’s Fourth of July barbecue.

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By BARRY COURTER

It is no accident that the number five figures prominently in the concept behind Five Bar, the new restaurant on Manufacturers Road on the North Shore. Not only is the word in the place’s name, the menu is based around five items.

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I once read that your sense of smell is heightened when there is moisture in the air. So it stands to reason, on a wet afternoon, there is no better place to be than JC’s Family BBQ.

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By LISA DENTON

When a friend called last week suggesting we meet for lunch at The Big Chill and Grill, I went expecting bar food. Sandwiches, burgers, beer.

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By STAFF REPORT

A series of wine tastings benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital continues next month at two Chattanooga restaurants.

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Between the tree line, the river flashes white, reflecting the hot summer sky. Everything about it feels cozy and quaint, which is why I love visiting Riverside. It always feels like family.

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By LYNDA EDWARDS

One of the South’s great mysteries is how the Cajuns — cast hundreds of years ago into harsh, poor Louisiana — developed one of the richest most vibrant cultures and cuisines on Earth.

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Their love of orange runs deep. And so, they are particularly excited about the onset of football season.

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By JIM TANNER

Growing up in rural Catoosa County, I spent my fair share of time in a feed store. However, those bucolic country experiences did not prepare me for my trip to The Feed Co., the newest restaurant to open on the booming Southside.

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In early August, the days are still as long as they are hot. After all, we are only now hitting summer’s halfway mark.

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