If you’re looking for a spot to have a noteworthy lunch or dinner out, then maybe you should consider trying out Green Tree Restaurant in downtown Chillicothe, Ohio. Green Tree Restaurant has a dashing atmosphere with its hardwood floors, stone walls, and mouthwatering meals. Their staff is neighborly and kind, making you feel as if you’re an old friend stopping in for a visit.
Their menu offers such a diverse option of appetizers, sandwiches, and sides – you won’t even know where to start. We went for a couple of their more popular meals, which happens to be their hot and fresh Fried Chicken Tender Club and their Grass-Fed Beef Patty hamburger.
The Fried Chicken Tender Club is a tall sandwich with crispy fresh chicken piled with crisp lettuce, a tomato slice, onion slices, crispy bacon and a slice of pepper jack cheese that gives it a gentle kick. The Kaiser bun adds a nice change of pace from a standard bun as it is firm on the outside and perfectly soft on the inside.
Next on our list was their Grass-Fed Beef Patty hamburger was served medium-well with lettuce, tomato, onion, and All-American cheese to compliment the juicy, delectable flavor of the burger.
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Our food was served with a delicious, fresh, house-cut batch of chips and fries that were salted to perfection and a nice completion of a delicious meal.
Green Tree Restaurant is located at:
85 N Paint St
Chillicothe, OH 45601
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