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Sunday brunch options

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Sunday brunch options

I will be in Chattanooga this Sunday and would love a good brunch. (Especially a place known for their Bloody Mary's.) Somewhere downtownish that is open around 9 or 10 would be ideal as well.

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1. Re: Sunday brunch options

You might check The Bluff View Arts District for a brunch with Bloody Mary's. The Chattanoogan also offers a good brunch.

The Northside Grille, that was known for tits Bloody Mary Bar, is under reconstruction. Also Chat O Brasserie.

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2. Re: Sunday brunch options

Terra Mae Appalachian Bistro has great food - haven't had their brunch or their bloody Mary's but assume they are also terrific. 212 market has a nice reasonably priced brunch and a decent bloody Mary, jazz quartet on I think the 3rd Sunday of the month. Not sure about Bluff View - the Backend Cafe is closed on Sunday and Monday and think Tony' s has their regular lunch menu - which is fabulous- on Sunday. Lots of choices, too few Sunday's!

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