Perched atop the rocky cliffs overlooking the Tennessee River is the Bluff View Art District, Chattanooga's address for ... More
Bluff View Art District
Perched atop the rocky cliffs overlooking the Tennessee River is the Bluff View Art District, Chattanooga's address for fine art and sculpture. Visitors desiring accommodations off the beaten path can sleep in luxury at the Bluff View Inn Bed and Breakfast and enjoy a meal at one of two gourmet Italian Restaurants. Meet with friends for the evening at Rembrandt's Coffee House or spend a lazy afternoon strolling through the sculpture garden.
I just visited Bluff View Art District and I loved every minute of it! We stayed at the Inn, whcih was lovely, and he food was really good. We had lunch at Tony's Pasta Shop then had dinner two days later at Back Inn Cafe. After dinner, we had dessert and coffee at Rembrandt's while we gazed out over the river - incredible! I'll definately come back to this place again, I know there are things we didn't even get to see!
The view from the place, and the building itself were the greatest pieces of artwork to me. The art inside of it were decent fillers. They had a mixture of all things art, and a lot of eye opening exhibits. Definetly worth the $8 cover.
There's so much to love about Bluff View. It's got a beautiful view of the Tennessee River (hence the name), a sculpture garden, restaurants, B&B, and Rembrandt's coffee shop, which serves some of the best coffee in the city, not to mention salads, sandwiches, and mind-blowing desserts, all in a European sort of atmosphere. My only objection, and this applies mostly to the restaurants and not Rembrandt's, is the price, which relegates it to the realm of special events for me. However, if you're willing to pay for quality, it is worth it.
the weather was perfect!!! the open view of the Tennessee River while eating at the Back Street INN was peaceful. The food at the Back Street Inn was excellent and plentiful. The new kinetic sculpture was up and running. Also to note, was the contemporary feeling of the whole Bluff View Art District.
We went during the week of March 21st for our spring break. I enjoyed it. Market street was easy to find places to eat, entertainment (even for children), and a few shops. It was easy to find things. The people were also great....southern hospitality. We are planning on going next summer for the entire week and vist the surrongding areas that are within 2 hours drive...nashville, atlanta, and birmingham.
I go to Rembrant's every Saturday morning for a coffee and pastry. I sample a different pastry each visit. I love the Raspberry Chocolate Mousse and Turtle Tarts. Try to answer the daily question for a free coffee drink. I love to sit on the patio and enjoy the beautiful summer weather.
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