Tree House is now open in our new location inside DeVargas Center.
Monday - Saturday for breakfast & lunch
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Tree House is a proud participant in the Farm to Restaurant program.
Tree House Pastry Shop and Café is an all-organic, vegetarian pastry shop and café with a menu based on the local agricultural products grown and harvested in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico.. . . more »
Breakfast, lunch, or something in between? Tree House's menu showcases the agricultural bounty of Northern New Mexico.. . . more »
Light floods across the tables and open kitchen of the Tree House Pastry Shop & Cafe, where cupcakes seem to bloom in the desert. . . Look for the mouthwatering special dietary options on the menu.
- Secret Journeys of a Lifetime: 500 of the World's Best Hidden Travel Gems, National Geographic Books, Nov. 2011
I think this is the best vegetarian restaurant in town. . . . The baked goods are excellent (you won't even notice they are healthy) and the food is just plain delicious.
- Stacy Pearl, Professional chef and host of KSFR's Mouth of Wonder, May 2009
There’s something about the food [at Tree House] that is so clean and simple – it does not try to impress you or create a headline, but its so good and pretty and it sparkles with this freshness! I don’t have to open a restaurant because these girls did it!
- Deborah Madison interviewed in The Jew and the Carrot, July 2008
Tree House Pastry Shop and Cafe has the best cupcakes in the state, they are pure YUM, chocolate, chocolate is our fav!!!. . .
- Santa Fe Kids (santafekids.com)
If you want to know that every cupcake you buy is going to be dead-on delicious, the Tree House never disappoints.
- Zane Fisher, Santa Fe Reporter, Feb 2011
It takes serious commitment to run a restaurant devoted to local ingredients, but to do it in the desert you have to be either crazy or very, very good. Tree House Pastry Shop and Café succeeds magnificently, by limiting its menu to just a few items and executing them perfectly. . .
- Gourmet Magazine, October 2007
And although café is in the title, the food is more representative of a full-fledged restaurant—gooey frittata, held together more by sun-ripened squash than cheese, sandwiches rife with enough colorful ingredients to be disassembled and called a platter. Tree House is also a vegetarian and gluten-free paradise, but don’t let that stop you from the carnal pleasure of a meaty piece of chocolate fudge cheesecake.
- Santa Fe Reporter 2009-2010 Restaurant Guide