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About Peachtree Southern Kitchen and Cocktails
Peachtree Southern Kitchen & Cocktails is located in a historic building in the First & Main Shopping Dist of Hudson, Ohio. Under the expert guidance of Chef/Owner Matthew Mathlage, Peachtree will feature a modern twist to traditional Southern cooking. Peachtree serves Lunch and Dinner, 7 days a week. Brunch on Sunday. Peachtree also features 2 private rooms for events and parties.
Hudson, OH 44236
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm.
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 3:00pm.
Rt 91 & Rt 303
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contact Chef Matthew Mathlage to plan your event and menu.
Private Party Facilities:
Peachtree features 2 private rooms. One is upstairs with seating for 50. Includes a fireplace and a private bathroom. The second room is on the lower level. Featuring seating for 30.
Private Party Contact:
Eric Dietrich: (234) 380-1789
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Food was good. One of the people in my group ordered a drink that she didn't like and the server had no problems exchanging it for something else. It was a week night so not very busy and we asked to be seated upstairs away from the other diners to have our business meeting which was easily accommodated.
My husband and I wanted to get out of the house for a bit with our son and decided to come here. We weren't disappointed! We did Sunday brunch. My husband got the chicken and waffles (someone wrote a review saying it was bland, but we totally disagree! It was amazing) and I got the shrimp and grits (also very good). Our waiter was very attentive and nice. We had a great experience!
My husband and I was looking forward to enjoying the food cocktails Peachtree had to offer. There aren't many soul food/ southern style restaurants in this area. Unfortunately we were not at all pleased with our food. Our kids even complained who typically eat just about anything. Me and our youngest daughter got the chicken and waffles, it was completely bland and not impressive at all. My husband got the ribs and they were pretty good. He sides though we're awful. Which was mac and cheese and red beans and rice. The mac was cheesy but bland. The red beans and rice was more like baked beans and rice. Yuk. Our eldest daughter had the brisket and it was ok. Her sides was the mac and cheese and mashed potatoes. The mashed was pretty good. Our cocktails wasn't that great. I can't remember the name of them. But I will say the desert wasn't too bad. We got the peach cobbler and beignets. We all enjoyed desert. To top off our not so great food our bill for the 4 of us was $170. Yikes. Which included the tip. Our server was attentive and very sweet. However the food was not at all worth the price. Overall, sadly disappointed and we will not be back.
The ambiance and service were very good. The staff was attentive and friendly, and the food came out quickly. The food, however, was disappointing. It lacked the flavor and spice that I would expect of southern food. It wasn't bad, it was just very bland...with the exception of the fried chicken. No complaints there!
My boyfriend and I both got the chicken and waffles, a pretty standard southern dish. The chicken was extremely lacking in flavor. The waffles were okay but the syrup, again, was flavorless. For the price we paid, we expected to have a delicious meal. We will not be returning and would not recommend this restaurant.
The food was okay but the drinks were awful. The place smells like a wet bar rag. Cocktails should not be mentioned in their name as the bartender has no idea how to make a drink. My wife ordered a blueberry lemonade and it was vodka and water. We sent it back and he made the exact drink again. I had a cosmopolitan martini and it was just horrible. The pulled pork mac n cheese was ok, the pasta was overcooked but the pork was very good. My wife had the fried chicken and enjoyed it.
My family and I visited Peachtree for Sunday brunch. We enjoyed the food, however it was different than we had expected. The brunch menu is not very large, but has good options. I do not eat red meat or gluten, so I opted for the shrimp and grits--a delicious choice, however, I could have done with a slightly less amount of barbecue sauce. Together, my family shared the deviled eggs, which were magnificent. Overall good experience, but it was very cold in the restaurant. We plan to come back some time to try the dinner menu.
The BBQ brisket was very fatty and buried in too much sauce, the grits were bland. Overall the first impressions were poor. The meal was really not good considering I paid $50 + tip...this would have had a much better result at the local competition in First & Main. The meal was not the quality I was expecting based on the caliber of other restaurants in the area. The wait staff was not on-point and they look disorganized and struggling to be attentive to the tables and guests; yet several wait staff standing and not focused on the service. My friend, had a vegetarian meal, was sick for 1-2 days following, it may have been the result of the meal. We likely will not return, sorry to say.
Our service was so excellent that we will return to try some other dishes. The Cobb salad didn't have enough dressing, and the chicken on it had a strange taste. The eggplant was plentiful but not particularly tasty. It is a lovely venue, worth trying again.
This is the second time I've been to Peachtree, but I'm not sure I'd go back. Our friends were really looking forward to having chicken and waffles, but they were out of their signature fried chicken for the week! My husband and I are vegan, and we were excited that they had several options, but we were ultimately disappointed. The bruschetta featured anemic tomatoes chopped far too large and no spices of any kind. The same was also true of the eggplant with "bruschetta tapenade" that was bland, bland, bland. I also ordered a "cranberry mojito," which was equally disappointing. I also overheard our server tell the table next to ours that there was no soup of the day because no one had time to prepare it. The first time I went to this restaurant not long after it had opened, I had a wonderful experience, but it certainly seems like they're phoning it in these days.
Scanned open table for dinner and discovered Peachtree. Atmosphere as you entered was bar like which was not a big deal. We sat down and the server asked what we would like to drink and my wife and I ordered coffee and water. The reply was startling, "why are you not ordering drinks?", kinda joking but not really. Looking over the menu I discovered the blackened catfish which was on the open table menu was not available. The not so nice reply was "we have no control over open table and you should have gone to our web site for an accurate menu". I got up to go to men's room and discovered a non functioning urinal with out if order sign and a towel wrapped around a pipe. Returning,,we asked about specials and the reply was the only special was bourbon and since we were not drinking there were no specials. I ordered blackened chicken and ask to change the vegetable to collard greens and the server said with an attitude" so you are changing what isn't included their will be an up charge. Typically this would not have been a big deal but the attitude was unacceptable. The restaurant is as good as the weakness link. The server attitude was one of the worst, the bathroom was unacceptable We left $10 for two coffees and did not eat at Peachtree. I would not recommend.
Went here for the first time to celebrate our anniversary. We have both lives in the south previously and loved the food we got. My favorite items were the savory beignets and my entrée, the pork. My husband raved about the ribs. We are already excited to go back and try other items!
I and a group of 5 friends dined here for Sunday brunch. I got a good vibe immediately upon walking in the door; staff members were congenial and welcoming. Three out of 6 people had the chicken and waffles, and although the portions were large, all plates were practically cleaned. I had the sausage gravy and biscuits, which was flavorful and filling. My only complaint is that the dish needed a bit more gravy. Our server, Lisa, was on top of everything; she seemed to appear out of nowhere when drinks needed refilled, and quickly deduced that ours was a group that liked to joke around...and she joined in the fun. This was our first visit to this restaurant, and it won't be the last!
I ordered wine - first was their house cab.... not good but so drank it. Then switched to their Merlot which was spoiled- sent it back. Food was excellent ; service excellent. But was seated near kitchen and "line to bathroom " which was annoying- would benefit from addressing restroom situation .
I am always craving the chicken and waffles and was disappointed this time. The chicken was dry and overcooked and had way too much breading. The waffles were also overdone. I will att ribute to a "bad night in the kitchen", and will give it a try again next time I am there.
Kinda pricy Hamburger and shoestring fries $13.00
Mac n cheese with pulled pork on top was really elbow pasta with shredded cheese on top then a scoop of pulled pork
Desert special was a peach cobbler that if we wanted it we would have to wait 15 min AFTER the dinner was finished
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