Local sourcing is a priority and the majority of the menu is scratch-made. The beef and lamb are 100% grass-fed, while much of the produce is organic or organically grown and local. The fish is wild-caught and the oysters are sustainably farmed.
The Treehouse serves farm to table fare with an ever-changing menu that is based on ingredient availability. The Happy Hour menu boasts oysters and finger foods with a Southwestern flair. Keeping to a handful of entrees per evening, typical dishes include, chicken, seafood, and steak. Appetizers and salads round out the menu. House-made desserts and Handcrafted cocktails are a mainstay.
What I Ordered
The Lamb Barbados Tacos were calling my name. Plated with toppings of pickled radishes, onion, cilantro, and salsa verde, the marinated flavors of the lamb stole the show. The tender shredded meat was mildly spiced and super moist. Even the warm and dainty non-GMO corn tortillas were noteworthy. All in all, a mouth-watering dinner was had by moi.
Located in the hipster Five Points area of Nashville, The Treehouse occupies a small-sized former family home. The casual setting boasts a strong neighborhood feel with an intimate and inviting full liquor bar on the rear deck.
The chef-driven creations are a step above the rest at The Treehouse. You can plan on amazing food made from scratch with a good amount of clean ingredients in a homey atmosphere.
After writing this review, Treehouse was sold to a new owner, Kelly Black. Although Kelly has said she plans on keeping things similar at the restaurant, please know this review is based on previous owners and management. We plan on revisiting ASAP. In the meantime, leave your comments and let us know about your experience at Treehouse.