People eat three times a day to prevent mouthy mouths from brashly blurting out their distaste for the rest of the digestive system. Today's Groupon to Blacksmith’s Bistro and Bar prevents inner-system quarreling by subduing chatty cheeks with satisfying eats. The friendly and casual atmosphere at Blacksmith’s offers a relaxing backdrop for customers to enjoy the signature Kobe beef burger ($10) and wings with three different sauce options, or sink sophisticated teeth into a French-kissed entrée like roasted garlic and gruyere macaroni and cheese ($10). Check out the Facebook page to find get up-to-date information on dinner and drink specials, as well as upcoming bar events and new developments in the race to build the first hotel on the moon.
Blacksmith's Bistro and Bar was featured in Chattanooga CityScope magazine. Six Google Mappers give it an average of four stars, and four Yelpers give it a 3.5-star average. More than 420 Facebookers like Blacksmith's Bistro and Bar.
- Freshly and expertly prepared local fare. Great attention to detail. In other towns this food would be twice as much and half as good. Kobe beef burgers are amazing. Sit outside and watch the Incline. Great mixed drinks and beer selection. – Buster, Google Maps
- This is a great little spot with a kick-butt menu. The night we were there, the bartender was working her magic and turned out the best fruity martini I've ever had. The beer drinker in our group found a lot to love, too. Food-wise, everything was spot on (burgers, shrimp/grits, salmon, entree salad), and our server was really charming. – G, Google Maps
Blacksmith's Bistro & Bar
It's clear from their menu that Blacksmith's Bistro & Bar's cooks don't take things too seriously. They named a burger crowned with pimento cheese and russian dressing the "Gooey" and affectionately called a pulled duck sandwich smothered in cherry barbecue sauce "Duck Duck No Goose." Still, fried-chicken sliders with tomato jalapeño jam and mac 'n' cheese with chunks of andouille sausage and crawfish prove that they can create some serious eats.
That southern influence can be found at brunch, too, with entrees ranging from spicy barbecue shrimp served over cheese grits to buttermilk biscuits smothered in sausage gravy.
Feasts unfold in a down-home space where tables line wood-paneled walls and menus top wooden barrels that can later be used on the nearby Tennessee River to float customers home. At the bar, mixologists whip up craft cocktails.
3914 Saint Elmo Ave.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37409Get Directions