Foodworks is across the street from Chato, Foodworks is one of the oldest and most popular brunch spots in Chattanooga. Their $1 mimosas are a deal that can't be beat, so show up early. Foodworks is always packed on Sunday. Their brunch menu features more lunchy items than variations on eggs Benedict, and one notable item is the chicken and waffles, a Southern classic done well. Right next door is Knitting Mill Antiques, which is the perfect place to wander as you digest, making your Sunday complete.
Easy Bistro is famous in town for its delectable top-shelf brunch. You can rest assured that the flavor pairings will be inventive, unique, and centered around Easy Bistro's special blend of fresh seafood, and a New Orleans style of Frenchy-Southern sensibilities. Eggs Benedict with tangy gulf oysters, smoked salmon tartine, delicate omelets and house-recipe cocktails from the best mixologist in town make this a brunch not to be missed.
Blacksmith's Bistro's farm-fresh top-notch cooking and beautiful patio create an unbeatable brunch combination of dining that is both delicious and al fresco. Vegetarians can rejoice over the fried green tomato eggs Benedict, while the Croque Madame with brioche and hollandaise is a unique offering. Blackey's cooking is outstanding, and though the menu is pretty standard with the typical shrimp n' grits, omelets, etc., you can rest assured that you would be hard pressed to find better takes on these standbys. After brunch, take a stroll through the beautiful Forest Hills Cemetary or a ride on The Incline Railway.