The Treehouse pub serves a menu of pub classics with great daily specials and a good selection of domestic and import beer on tap and in bottles along with wine and spirits.
Went here one Friday night with the husband and we didn't know that there would be a live band playing. They were called Naked Wednesday. I thought, "Oh great! We'll have to eat our meal with loud obnoxious music!", but to our surprise, we enjoyed it. The band consisted of 5 guys in their early 40's, who played modern music with a twist of rock. They catered to all genres of music...young and old would certainly enjoy them. Definitely, coming back here when they perform. Food here is cheap and good, drinks as well. I recommend the steak dinner on Fridays.
We decided to give the Treehouse Pub another chance after many years of being very poor.I went with 5 guys from our hockey team and first of all we noticed that it was newly renovated and looked good.The servers were very cute and very friendly, We shared a few appies and I liked the Nachos and hot prawns. After that I had a burger that I very much enjoyed. I would have to say we will be back and the food was very good.
So we (my girlfriend and I, and a couple of our friends) went to the treehouse pub on Wednesday night, November 16. We'd heard it was open again, and had some good times there back in the day. It was pretty nice inside, and I think they renovated some stuff. Looks good! Anyways, the canucks game was on and they have a house made burger & fries, with a pint, for $10! My buddy and I had that deal, while my girlfriend tried the beet and goat cheese salad. My buddy's girlfriend tried "the coop"... more on this later... the burgers and fries were awesome! We added cheese and bacon to our burger for $3. A bacon cheeseburger, fries, and beer for $13!! (eat your heart out mcdonald's). The burger was moist, and flavourful. The meat itself tasted a little smoky, and there was definitely onion and garlic in the burger too. My girlfriend's salad was REALLY good. The goat cheese, beets, and candied pecans went really well with the balsamic vinaigrette... which I was told was also house made... very solid choice, and pretty reasonably sized. "The coop" was a chicken wrap, with peppers, olives, mixed greens, and a basil oil. The chicken was diced a little small, but there was lots in it. Very tasty too.
I asked why they have silly names for their burgers and sandwiches. "The coop" for the chicken wrap, "the range" for the beef dip,"the pond" for the salmon burger, etc... Our server (whose name I can't remember sorry, but was great!) said that the chef wanted to name the burgers and sandwiches based on things you see around the "treehouse". Hilarious.
Overall: really good. We'll be back, especially on Canucks games!
I recently moved into the neighborhood and my boyfriend and I were looking for a new watering hole. When we first walked in we were optimistic. The server was friendly and was very knowledgeable about the menu. We tried the prawns first and were very disappointed, they were rubbery and had no flavour. I ordered the Beet Salad for my main and my boyfriend ordered the Mac and Cheese. My salad came out 15 minutes before my boyfriend got his dish, and it was flavourless and didn't even have a dressing on it. When my boyfriends food finally arived, it was a disappointment as well. I'm now not surprised that the pub seems to lack patrons when I walk by. Still searching for a neighbourhood pub to call my own.
We went to the Treehouse on its re-opening night and it was packed full of people. The food was better than before, smaller menu better choices. The Thursday night .25 wins are awesome. We got the Caju nand honey garlic and they were coated in flavour, they did not skimp out on that. All in all the new Treehouse is great, me and my fiance now have a close to home favorite spot for a great dinner out at a good price.