The cornerstone of downtown shopping is Warehouse Row, a sprawling brick structure that served as the Old Stone Fort during the Civil War. Think Macy's meets So Ho. You'll find upscale boutiques, trendy restaurants, and a few favorites like J. Crew, and Anthropologie.
From Hip to Historical! From the perfect party dress to shoes to match, from handcrafted jewelry to vintage antiques, from California rolls to bagels and lox, from yoga classes to fitness trainers, you’ll find just what you’re seeking.
Beautifully situated on the Tennessee River just across from the landmark aquarium, the NorthShore is Chattanooga’s most eclectic neighborhood, offering the best in local dining, shopping and living.
Here you’ll find boutiques, restaurants, coffeehouses, galleries, salons and day spas.
This area is made up of old warehouses converted into modern eateries, lofts, and eclectic stores that cater to creative types. Shoppers visiting Chattanooga’s vibrant Southside will find:
Locally crafted goods and gifts from locally owned shops
Unique kids toys and souvenirs
Boutique clothing for women and men
Local artwork and home decor
As Chattanooga's newest shopping and entertainment destination, the West Village is home to a variety of local eateries and shops.
More than 200 stores make up Hampton Place Mall which makes it one of Tennessee’s largest shopping destinations. Inside the traditional mall are stores like Kirklands, JC Penny, Belk, GAP, Abercrombie and Fitch, Build a Bear, and Barnes and Noble. There are also several open-air areas, offering stores like Old Navy, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Homegoods, and Michael’s.
There are also a wide variety of restaurants and a Regal Movie Theater outside of this mall.