Welcome to The Treehouse

Planting Herbs with Mommy so The Treehouse Gang can sip some homegrown herbal tea.  Mmmm. 

This mom and pop shop is a comfy, friendly coffee house. We have an espresso bar, breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.  We are striving to serve both our local and global community through the ingredients we use and the choices we make.

We make a variety of scrumptious homemade baked goods. Not to mention the ice cream and desserts, yum. We mold and change to serve a variety of groups within our community including, but not limited to playgroups in the morning, book clubs, and local artists.  We offer free wi-fi for students, business execs, and home schooled during all of our regular business hours.

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Here is a snippet from the latest news on our CSA partnership.  

"May has started off hot and dry! Without any sign of rain in the forecast, we've already had to start using our drip irrigation system. Drip irrigation is more efficient and helps reduce the amount of water used. It delivers water directly to the plant's roots and allows us to water only where the crop is planted.

One benefit of being a suburban farm is that rain barrels and outdoor hose hookups are easy to come by. This makes irrigation much, much easier! On a typical farm, irrigation is much more complicated and often involves moving a lot of irrigation pipe."


How We Keep It Fresh, Jersey Fresh

The Treehouse, known for its attention to detail, grows all of its produce, coffee & espresso beans, soy beans, and cocoa beans on the roof of their building. We checked, and the climate is condusive for growing all year round. We also have a small herd of girlie cattle up there for all of our milk & Half & Half. We also have a goat, but he's just for giggles.

**Caution, we have lost a couple cows over the edge of the building. So heads up when you park out front. A falling cow can slightly damage your car.

**No cows were injured in the production of our milk. Just a bit stunned. Betsy is still a bit shaken by her fall, and has sought cownseling. She thanks you for your prayers.
***Disclaimer: This is not entirely true nor is it actually feasible in our South Jersey Climate.  But here is what WE DO:
1. We host a CSA (ouryardsfarm.com) & purchase produce from local farms when available. 
2. We also offering local free range organic eggs as an option for our customers, along with organic pasteurized milk.
3. We do compost some of our grinds to use in our small garden that does produce tasty veggies for the shop in season. 
4. We do make 98% of our baked goods from scratch in our shop.
5. We do purchase our coffee from a local, organic and fair trade roasters. 
6. We make many or our own condiments including mayonnaise, vegan mayonnaise, p-Butter, Blueberry Jam, vegan cream cheese.
7. We make our own Bagels that are AMAZING!  We make gluten-free and vegan ones, too!
8. We do all we can to conserve resources, and are looking for new ways to better ourselves, the community, and the world around us. ~ And that's no joke!


120 W. Merchant St.          Audubon, NJ 08106              856.547.3270

The Treehouse is now listed in The National Coffee Guide

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