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Tree Huggers Cafe
Today 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
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1330 W Bagley Rd Berea, OH 44017
1330 W Bagley RdUSOHBerea44017
$Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
Vegan Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Health Food Restaurant
Today 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 10:30 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 10:30 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 10:30 am – 8:00 pmThursday 10:30 am – 8:00 pmFriday 10:30 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
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
People talk about home made food, sweet potato fries, gluten free bread, black bean chimichanga and grilled eggplant panini
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Nathan Morse
reviewed 11 months ago
Gluten-free? Vegetarian? Vegan? None of the above? This food is amazing. The chai latte, too: Fabulous.
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Colette Sutter
reviewed 11 months ago
The food is fantastic and mostly organic! The concept is good in that they are providing healthier opportunities as well as access to local fare. The atmosphere and service bring it all together, allowing patrons an overall feeling of welcome and comfort. Yes, it is on the pricey side, but prices for organic are typically higher. The serving sizes exceed expectation which allows for healthy leftovers...YUMMY! Moreover, It is the first restaurant I have walked away from feeling good vs. feeling over full, lethargic and often guilty. I highly recommend!
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Chris Anagnostopoulos
reviewed a year ago
Tree huggers has always been a great stop for our family. We have benn enjoying the awesome food and treats for years.
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Spencer Weeks
reviewed a year ago
Great food. You pay more than chains, but it's for local and responsible ingredients, and the food is really good. Options for every person or diet, from burgers to salad to vegan food. Sometimes they get slow when they are busy, but they are busy because they are good. Worth it.
Ross Willis
reviewed a year ago
My wife took me here for lunch and I found the atmosphere to be that of a mom and pop restaurant. The menu was extensive, and the service was first rate. My glass of tea never ran empty and I never had to ask for a refill even though there were only 2 servers on the floor. The food was exceptional. Probably one of the best burgers I have ever had. While the prices are high, you cant compare them to an Applebee's or other sit down restaurant. You are getting a better quality of food which in turn is better for you (even if its a burger splurge).
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Matt Hughes
reviewed 2 years ago
Food was good, price was fair for organic food, servers were great and knew the menu and specials very well...waiting to be seated was kinda weird for a small cafe. Vegan options were there but you had to ask for them, vegan options were not very clear.example a labeled vegan buger mentioned Swiss cheese, but when we mentioned vegan she said it comes on another bun and vegan cheese. AFTERTHOUGHTS: the above was an off the cuff first impression, after thinking about our visit a little more it seemed very overpriced. we stopped by because i figured i would try groupon for the first time(which i wont bother with again, groupon seems like a ripoff) so we went in with the "up to 36$ groupon 2 entrees for 16$" with two sandwiches and two teas and a cookie we still paid 12$. it sorta makes sense, the sandwiches were 12$ each and they were discounted with ther groupon but 2 teas and a cookie for 12$??? I can understand making a profit but the teas were 3$ each. I looked up how much the bags of tea are outright, for a 15 pack of the same tea bags i had retails for 10$....thats .66 cents each. this place is more a restaurant in training more than a cafe, they didnt even have all of the coffee and teas available listed on the menu. service was ok, just a small mixup with the vegan sandwich and non vegan sandwich with the sides, and the guy that looked like a manager (doing books at one of the tables) that brought us our food didnt notice the difference between the vegan sandwich and non(obvious because of the pretzel bun).
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Liked: Food, Atmosphere
Disliked: Service, Value


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