By Mabel Suen | March 25, 2015
Since opening in June 2013, Tree House has offered a refined take on vegetarian and vegan cuisine, crafting vibrant plates and cocktails in a bistro-style atmosphere. In addition to its full dinner service and not-so-secret nighttime lounge, the Night Owl, Tree House offers a brunch menu featuring its most popular offerings as well as some exclusive weekend eats.
Eggs Benedict special with vegan crabcake and vegan chipotle hollandaise.
The meat-free menu features more than fifteen options, including dinnertime mainstays such as the Brussels sprouts salad and banh mi with deceptively meaty wild-mushroom pâté. One of owner Bay Tran’s most recommended entrees is the “Desayuno Latino,” or Latin breakfast. The dish is a brunch take on her Johnny Cake, a warm masa-and-black-bean pancake served with vegetarian escabeche (pickled vegetables), chimichurri and malagueta. Served with housemade salsa over two eggs — or tofu, which can be substituted in many dishes for a vegan alternative — the dish is light, lacking the weight of standard breakfast plates.
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