Located on the side of the century old Chattanooga Choo Choo, we came here because there was a 35 min. wait at the Terminal Brewhouse across the street. Good draft beers and generous pour of $1 Mimosas served with either orange juice, grapefruit juice, or cranberry juice. Get by the glass or order a huge 10-serving mason jar for the table. We didn’t order food but enjoyed our sips and people (with their pups) watching on the outdoor patio. At neighboring tables, we spied delicious looking brunch dishes such as shrimp & grits, omelette, chopped salad, waffle crusted chicken, and eggs Benedict. Spectacular restoration of interior space, preserving the historical architectural elements. One wall in private dining area displaying antique ice tools. Impressive ceiling height bar display. Young attractive hipster servers with dyed hair, facial hair, piercings, and tatts peeking out from under sleeves. Slightly pretentious description of “artisanal ice”.