July 6, 2011 was our 10th anniversary. Yikes! Time flies! We headed into town for a little celebration. Lunch at Public House, a farm-to-table casual restaurant in Chattanooga’s Warehouse Row shopping center.
The beaming bride:
No good photos of hunna this time. But my fried chicken salad with Benton’s bacon was mighty tasty!
The hunna admires the dish towel napkins:
To start, we shared an order of pimento cheese with fried pickles and toast.
Here’s a look around the restaurant. It’s light and airy with lots of natural materials.
For lunch, Greg got the fish sandwich with fennel slaw and fries.
And I had the aforementioned salad.
The portions were enormous! The food was fresh, fun and well-made.
We had to get the blueberry pie for dessert. We’d been told the blueberries were picked that morning.
Yes, it was terrific.
The 411 on Public House: A big, airy restaurant – light woods, billowy linen curtains – serving simple but delicious farm-to-table Southern fare in Chattanooga’s downtown shopping district, Warehouse Row. Chef-owner Nathan Lindley is a founder of the popular St. John’s restaurant a few blocks away (where his brother, Daniel, is now the chef), but decided to for a more casual restaurant instead. It was a good move. 1110 Market St., Chattanooga. 423-266-3366. publichousechattanooga.com.