Day 66: Rembrandt’s Coffee House – Chattanooga, TN

by Jeff

Fresh food and coffee and…quick!

Wisteria covered terrace to the right of the front door

Wisteria covered terrace to the right of the front door

Inside a beautiful French stucco nestled in the Heart of Chattanooga at the Bluff View Art District you will discover Rembrandt’s Coffee House.

Josh enjoying a cup of house blend on the terrace

Josh enjoying a cup of house blend on the terrace

This European style café has a great selection of fresh coffees, breads, chocolates and pastries.

While it is more of a coffee shop than a restaurant, they do serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with a good selection of wraps, soups and sandwiches daily.

Panini for lunch made with Rembrandt's bread

Panini for lunch made with Rembrandt's bread

Seating inside is cozy and can sometimes be crowded but there is plenty of seating outside in the garden terrace. On a nice day you can really forget the time and enjoy conversation or a good read.

If I had to use one word to describe Rembrandt’s it would be charming.  The coffee is good and the pastries and desserts are wonderful. While you are in line being tempted by the selection of treats they post a daily trivia question that will win you a free cup of coffee if you are smart enough to know the answer.

You can walk to the Hunter Museum, the Walnut Street Bridge over to Coolidge Park and quickly into downtown Chattanooga.

Remember that Rembrandt’s offers a selection of fresh breads, whole coffee beans, pastries and an assortment of delectable candies available for purchase.

Fresh baked breads to go!

Fresh baked breads to go!

Patrice and Josh having some fun at Rembrandt"s

Patrice and Josh having some fun at Rembrandt"s

History from website: Founders Dr. Charles and Mary Portera bought their first property in Bluff View Art District, the Newell Home, in 1991 not only because of its ideal waterfront location, but because of their family’s commitment to participating in the gentrification of the downtown area during the start of Chattanooga’s renaissance. The charming French stucco complex and quaint cobblestone fountain courtyard appealed greatly to these Mississippi natives and Gulf Coast enthusiasts, as did the neighborhood’s architectural details and overall European feel… continue reading

Fresh food and coffee, quick!

Fresh food and coffee, quick!

Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors with Prudential RealtyCenter are the real estate experts for those considering buying or selling a home. They work with employees of companies such as Volkswagen, Alstom Power and TVA as they relocate either to or from Chattanooga, TN. ChattanoogaAndBeyond.com is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee area featuring housing, events, attractions, recreation, schools, dining, local news and much more. Put Us to Work for You Today! 423-424-8749

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: