Chattanoogas' 212 Market #1 ranked farm-to-table and 1st Certified Green Restaurant in Tennessee
The family envisioned a farm-to-table model, about two-decades before the concept became a nationwide trend.
After three years of negotiating loans, securing a zoning change from industrial to retail, and extensively remodeling the former Studebaker dealership, their 212 Market Restaurant opened for business in 1992.
From the get-go response to their bison ribeye, trout, and grass-fed burgers, and killer deserts created in their on-site bakery resulted in an ardent following that continues today.
It’s not surprising that 212 Market is a member of the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame and has received untold awards, including the “Best Farm-to-Table restaurant in Tennessee” bestowed by Travel + Leisure in May 2016.
Join correspondent Tom Wilmer for a visit with sisters, Sally and Susan Moses at their award-winning downtown Chattanooga restaurant, just a short stroll from the Tennessee Aquarium.
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