Treehouse Restaurant closes

Like many dining establishments, the Treehouse Restaurant at 3860 State Street, closed their doors last April when new COVID-19 rules went into effect. Periodically I called the Pepper Tree Inn, where Treehouse leased space, to find out the status, and was told that the hotel had no information about what was happening. I called today and received confirmation that the eatery closed permanently.

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6 Responses to Treehouse Restaurant closes

  1. Rex Of SB says:

    I’m sorry to hear this. They had the BEST guacamole burger and chili size there. They were a tad pricey, but you got lots o’ food and it was delicious.

  2. Hefe says:

    Hid in the twig many a time. Im sure there will be a new operator at some point.

  3. This is too bad. The full kitchen is completely equipped for a top notch comfort food restaurant.

  4. Maureen Dougherty says:

    So sad. The food was consistently good and prices reasonable.
    Sorry for folks staying at the Pepper Tree

  5. David W says:

    Best fried chicken in town and loved the twig room. We will miss it.

  6. Gary Sudder says:

    Sad, that’s what happens in unfettered, winner take all capitalism with little to no safety nets for the people.