The restaurant gets its name from the tree right in the middle of the room. A massive pine tree, it was alive when the restaurant first opened in 1970, but sadly died a few years later. Still, how cool is it to have a tree inside the restaurant? The restaurant is equally cool because it is decked out with the Redford family’s personal art collection along with images from the 1972 classic “Jeremiah Johnson,” starring, of course, Robert Redford.
This fine dining restaurant, open for dinner only, features lobster, elk, oysters and a premiere wine list. Save this night as a special treat for mom and dad. But stop by during the day to show the kids the tree.