You know that summer has arrived when TREE BAR opens. And this blACKbook favorite for sipping, snACKing + savoring some sunshine, has tons to offer for the gamut of diners. And this weekend, they’ll be open from 11AM until 1AM on Friday, Saturday AND Sunday! So we’ve got our sweet six reasons to check it out this season…
Brunch Every Day!
Yep, no more waiting until Sunday to savor some bene or being able to order the classic American! Tree Bar is one of the only places where you can get brunch every day! See a sample menu below!
Lounge on either side!
Are you a “Go-to-TOWN” guy? Or prefer the calm of Queequegs? Or perhaps you just want to sit at the bar? At TREE BAR there are three distinct areas to sit with tree bar, ideal for couples, families, and solo diners, too!
That Bar Staff Tho.
Tree Bar is home to the high fives and hot cocktails as their veteran Bar staff of Shawn, Ivelina, Larry, and Louise have the hospitality thing on lock down! And this this season, our favorite MANtucket blogger Charlie is now behind the bar at Town, Tree Bar + Queequegs, too. Make sure to say hello to say a How Ya Doin’ to him when you are pop by!
Afternoon Light Bites!
Yep, afternoons are always the toughest to find a good bite while you savor a good beer… but lucky for us, TREE BAR serves a sweet little menu from 3pm to 5pm so you can get that late late lunch or that early bird dinner! (NOTE: Mid Day Bites start in Mid-June!)
Their New Chef is AMAZE
Whether you dine at Town, Queequegs or Tree Bar, you will be savoring the cuisine of their new chef NATE HANYZEWSKI who has been a five year veteran of the island and is an INCREDIBLE talent in the kitchen. See our two favorite dishes from above and below!
BONUS: when you eat outside during season you can savor either the Town OR the Queeqeugs Menu! Yes, Please!
Bring Your Pup!
If you sit outside along the lounge tables, your dog can enjoy the dining experience with you as one of the few pet friendly downtown restaurants! There truly is a little something for everyone at TREE BAR!
4 East Chestnut Street