Shag (81) Chattanooga, Tennessee | August 26, 2007
This is a nice little English style pub located in Downtown Noog. It’s pretty small so space can be an issue. But the selection is pretty good for the area and its a nice place to chill and have a beer.
A small and rather smoky bar that’s reminiscent of an English pub (of the town rather than country variety) and indeed the door is painted with a union jack. Our visit was very brief and we probably didn’t do it justice but the beer range (around 12 taps and perhaps 60 bottles) wasn’t very interesting and it was uncomfortably busy and a bit claustrophobic.
(Visited 4 February 2014).
Great little pub on Market St in downtown Chattanooga. Good beers and food - good bangers and mash, fish and chips, reubens, plus some of the standard bar food. Cool crowd. Allows smoking, so if that bothers you don’t go; but you’re missing out!
Great pub. It has every ingredient for a great pub. It is a tiny place inside so it is usually crowded. A good but not great selection of beers. Friendly place.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | June 30, 2009
Cramped space, packed on Friday night. Selection is good but mostly bottles, few drafts. Huge points for the dumbwaiter that brings your beer upstairs.
Suttree (222) Knoxville, Tennessee | June 22, 2009| Updated September 27, 2012
Second stop on our whirlwind trip to the Noog. This place definitely had a neighborhood pub type of feel to it. Our bartender was attentive and laughed at my lame jokes, which is always a plus. The section was OK, nothing great, but I certainly found a few good brews. Nice place.
A decent selection of taps and bottles. Small and cramped. I like their dumb waiter for the upstairs bar. While not a fan of the beer, I was interested to see a Holy Grail Pale Ale tap. A pub atmosphere is fairly well achieved here.
Pretty decent place with a competent bottle list. They are one of the few places that actually gets beer from Moccasin Bend, though they were temporarily out during our visit. We were here during the middle of the day on Saturday and it was pretty slow, so we got prompt and efficient service. The atmosphere seemed fairly homey with definite pub ambiance.
Chattanooga’s main Old English style pub. Sitting on the deck in the Summer is nice (no kids because the place is 21+ because of smoking laws in Tennessee) but in the Fall/Spring it’s overrun by UTC students. They don’t have a very large selection of beers but do have quite a few great mixed drinks. Service is hit or miss because of how many people are there but if you get Bekah she will take care of you.
I was here just recently, and I did not enjoy it so much. It’s a small bar, and when we were there, it was exceptionally crowded and smoky. We hung out upstairs for a while, and spent most of time contorting ourselves so that other people could get by. I’ll give props to the service because that dude had to fight through (and take care of) everybody, and he got our beers correctly, and about as quick as we could hope for. The selection was decent, and the prices were on the high side of decent, but still reasonable. I probably wouldn’t go back.