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4 RESTAURANTS FOR KILLER TAKEOUT AHEAD OF THE BIG GAME

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It’s sports-watching season again and snacks are in order. But sometimes a bag of chips and salsa just won’t cut it. That’s why we’ve put together a short list of where to get your game-day grub in Ooltewah, Tennessee. Stock up on everything fried and make sure your crew doesn’t go hungry.

Zaxby’s Restaurant

When your game-day crew is faint with hunger, nothing quite does the trick like a 20-piece order of Zaxby’s wings or chicken fingers – regular or buffalo. Add to that a few orders of fried white cheddar bites, fried pickles, spicy fried mushrooms, and a basket of celery – just kidding! Celery is for chumps – and you’ve got your full day’s serving (or maybe a month’s worth) of deep-fried goodness.

Uncle Larry’s Restaurant

At Uncle Larry’s, their catchphrase says it all: “Fish so good it will smack you.” How could you pass that up? On the side, try the golden fried okra and collard greens or fried green tomatoes. And be sure to save room for dessert! Food is available for pickup or delivery using Dinners Delivered and through the WAITR app.

Countryside Cafe

The Countryside Cafe is a neighborhood favorite for homestyle meals and boasts of being home to some of the best banana pudding in Tennessee. Both pickup and delivery are available, and platters like their hand-battered chicken tenders and deep fried chicken livers could make the perfect addition to your game-day spread.

Couch’s Barbeque

An Ooltewah mainstay since 1946, Couch’s Barbeque continues to cook up delicious pit-smoked meats. Pick up a 12-piece smoked wing platter or two and a few pounds of shaved pork, brisket, or chicken, and your gang will be set!

For more tips on eating well in Ooltewah, check out the Legends at While Oak blog.

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