I love this spot! It's one of my favorite places in the city to grab brunch. Their patio is always packed on Saturday and Sunday morning, so make sure to get there on the earlier side! I love their omelets, which pair nicely with a bubbly mimosa! Brunch is the most important meal of the day, in my opinion!
Treehouse Restaurant and Pub
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, discover
- Buckhead, Peachtree Hills
- American Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Posted: 11/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Some of my girlfriends and I went to the Treehouse Sunday night. We planned on staying there for an hour and then moving on to the next place. We ended up staying there until the bar closed we had so much fun. The owner is the nicest guy you will ever meet and we made friends and had drinks with some of the other customers. Great food great Tequila. It was the most fun on a Sunday I have had in a long time!!!
Posted: 9/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Super cute neighborhood and restaurant. Worth the wait for outdoor seating, you can get a drink at the bar and hang out outside on the ramp. I enjoyed my flash-fried artichoke hearts and tasted my husband's lamb sliders with sweet potato tater tots. The Liberty Cab was a generous pour at $9 and a pleasing choice. Thus is the go-to place for appetizers which left room to share a dessert. We ordered the apple pie with cinnamon ice cream. The ice cream wasn't that cinnamony but the apple pie was crumbly, caramely, warm perfection. A great local haunt and fun date venue. Reasonably priced.
Posted: 9/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to Treehouse several times and decided that I will not be going back. I ordered the Fish n Chips last night and when it arrived the fish looked like it wasn't cooked all the way however there was dim lighting so it was hard to tell. It tasted sufficiently cooked but I just decided not to eat after a few bites due the texture as well. The Fries were soggy and bland as well as the fish. The company I was with also said the the fish tacos were not as good as they used to be.
So.....When the server came to collect our plates she noticed we hadn't eaten mush at all and asked, ""was the food not to our liking?"" I mentioned that I thought it seemed a little undercooked and lost my appetite and that she could take the food away. I never asked for anything special but she felt it necessary to have the manager come over and talk to me about it. I simply let the manager also know again that I thought it was a little undercooked and lost my appetite and simply did not want the food anymore. She then proceeded to tell me, ""since you have eaten a good portion of it (which by the way was about three bites) that she could not accommodate me with a free meal or any other dish.""
The funny thing was that I never asked to get anything free. I just wanted to finish my drink, pay and go. At that point I realized that she was an idiot for prefacing the conversation with the ""I cant offer you anything for free..."" talk. I found it extremely unprofessional that she had gone immediately into a scenario where she thought I was going to ask for fee things. I only then stopped her from her speech to let her know that 1. I didn't ask for anything free, 2 the roaches were terrible there ( i'll get to that in a moment) 3. that I didn't need the drink that she offered for free.
Roaches. She began to get testy with me when I mentioned the roaches. She said, ""Well, its an out side restaurant, It's to be expected.""
I don't agree. I must have seen at least 15-20 roaches. Most were running under our feet as we sat at our table. I had to stomp me feet on the ground to keep them from running up our legs.
Furthermore the menus were tattered and peeling apart. Not like I had experienced in the past with fresh clean laminated menus. By the way this was my first impression upon arriving. I should have known that it was going to go downhill from there. I don't know what happened since my previous visits but who ever is running / managing needs to either be reprimanded or hire a manager who is interested in presenting an environment in which the food is prepared correctly, and that it tastes good, the presentation of the surroundings are adequate, (i.e. menu's, sticky & wobbly tables), and the roaches.....I understand it may be an outside restaurant and that roaches can be bad but there are exterminators that can help with that. The numbers were just downright too many to agree with this. It was a disgusting experience.
Posted: 2/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Tucked away in a neighborhood-like area, Treehouse fits in perfectly with the laid-back residents of Peachtree Hills. Looking like a house with an extra large front deck, it is routinely filled with 20, 30 and 40-somethings guzzling spicy bloody Marys or Sweetwater brews while basking in the sunshine. The food isn't culinarily exceptional, though the creative salads, buffalo chicken sandwich, and large juicy burger definitely hit the spot with consistency. If the place is slammed, order a hummus app to tide the hunger pangs. The trick is to beat the crowd on the weekends, which could mean showing up earlier than 11 - though waiting around for a table with friends and an adult beverage isn't such a bad thing anyway.
Posted: 4/9/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The wait staff was terrible and the food wasn't much better. To top it off...they automatically charged a 20% tip because we had a party of 6 but the waitress was no where to be seen after we got our food. No water refills. Just horrible horrible service.
Posted: 3/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to Treehouse many, many times: with girlfriends, on dates, brunch, drinks, dinner, you name it... Great menu, I've never ordered anything I didn't like. However, my last visit may very well be my LAST visit. Our server, BETHANY, was completely rude pretty much throughout our entire meal. The food took longer than it should have, but what was really absurd was the fact that a friend had to ask three times for her dressing. Another friend was asked to ""chug"" her martini because the kitchen was out of martini glasses. Then when the bill came, Bethany refused to split it 6 ways, telling us that she was too busy. We asked to speak to the manager, and much to our dismay it was her. She gave us a condescending lecture on how their policy is no split checks, again stating how she was way too busy (there were open tables on the patio, and no one waiting to be seated) and then said ""I need you to split your checks and pay, and I need you to do it NOW."" It is no wonder to me that her name has been brought up so many times throughout these negative reviews.
Posted: 3/6/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Had a great time on the patio at the Tree House last week. Our server Meghan, I think, recommended the stuffed chicken which was phenominal. The patio was packed and she juggled 7 tables at once and managed to keep my beer glass full. No better place to bring your dog on a sunday afternoon.
Posted: 2/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I frequently visit this restaurant but recently had a very unpleasant experience. Our waitress who happened to be the manager was extremely rude. We waited FOREVER for our food and after it was served, we could not even get a waitstaff member to bring us condiments. This visit left a bad taste in my mouth and I do not plan on going back there for a while.