Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Treehouse: This Week's Dining Review

Posted By on Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 6:33 PM

Cauliflower Steak
In this week's Dining column, Scene restaurant critic Carrington Fox reviews The Treehouse, which opened in October in the Five Points neighborhood of East Nashville.

The sleekly designed nest in a former family home on Clearview Avenue (a couple doors down from Marché) seats only 42. It just might be, Fox says, "Nashville's most low-profile and high-energy neighborhood eatery."

You may have heard the word "tapas" tossed around in connection to The Treehouse. But Fox says Corey Ladd, who co-owns Treehouse with his uncle Matt Spicher, rejects that label.

She adds: "Treehouse's servings are larger than traditional tapas; the bread pudding was larger than my car."

Read the full review here, and feel free to comment below if you've checked out Treehouse yourself.

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