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Today 10:30AM–8PM
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1330 W Bagley Rd Berea, OH 44017
1330 West Bagley RoadUSOhioBerea44017
(440) 973-4277treehuggerscafe.com
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Vegetarian Restaurant
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Today 10:30AM–8PM
Wednesday 10:30AM–8PMThursday 10:30AM–8PMFriday 10:30AM–9PMSaturday 10AM–9PMSunday 10AM–8PMMonday 10:30AM–8PMTuesday 10:30AM–8PM
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Organic, locally supplied,vegan,vegetarian,gluten free,homemade and earth friendly.
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Burgers & veggie fare made from organic, local ingredients, in a green space hung with animal pics.- Google
"Their sweet potato fries are TO DIE FOR and their teas are delicious."
"I had a black bean burger on gluten free bread."
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Brad Schatmeyer
3 weeks ago
I can't get enough of this place, the staff are great the food is locally sourced and fantastic. Best healthy restaurant around and a local treasure.
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Greg Noble
6 months ago
Food: The food here is fantastic. I will be back just because of the cinnamon sweet potato fries. Everything else was also good, though. So what did we order? -Cinnamon sweet potato fries with honey mustard -Beast burger, gluten free bread -"Custom salad" -Ginger peach tea Overall Experience: -Very helpful courteous employees -Our waitress was enthusiastic about us getting exactly what we wanted. -Quick to be seated 5 Stars for awesomeness!
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Ness Nintendo
3 months ago
On the last visit, my wife and I took out our friend. The service was slow despite not being busy at all. Our glasses were grimey with what looked like coffee grounds in it. One of our drinks didn't arrive until the end. My food was not cooked thoroughly and my wife's wrap had a hair in it. They replaced the wrap, but it unfortunately made my wife very ill. The final straw was when going to the bathroom, I saw the state of the kitchen. There was spilled food all over the floors, piles of dirty dishes, open food and condiment containers and cobwebs. We informed them about my wife being sick from the food, but we never heard back from them.
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Alexia Kraft
11 months ago
Definitely on the pricier side, but considering the ingredients, I'm not surprised. I pay nearly as much for a microwaved morning Star burger at most places. Their veggie burger is very good! Definitely not MS or Boca! Their sweet potato fries are TO DIE FOR and their teas are delicious. They have lots of specials so that there's something new to try, even if you've tried everything on the menu! Very accommodating to Vegetarians and Vegans, but plenty of meat options too for the carnivores. My boyfriend and I love it here because he can have his meaty meals and I can have a delicious and nutritious veggie friendly meal that is more than just a salad!
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Stephanie Crahal
a week ago
Decorated in hues of green and pretty artwork, this cozy and quaint full service restaurant serving unique, clean organic fare made me wish I lived in Berea :)
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angela grey
4 months ago
Heard great things about this place, but the food was awful. I had a black bean burger on gluten free bread. The bread completely crumbled apart at the first touch. I tried to eat the burger plain and it was just as dry and tasteless. The fries had black spots, as if they didn't trim the bad spots off the potatoes before using them.
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Eric Przepierski
a month ago
Good food and desserts, coffee drinks like mocha, chai or lattes could use improvement
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Cassie Shoup
9 months ago
We stop here twice a year during our road trips between Indiana and Pennsylvania! We LOVE this cafe! Eating at a sustainable and organic place like this is how change happens.

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