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.
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: 2343801789
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Peachtree Southern Kitchen and Cocktails Ratings and Reviews
Chose this restaurant for a night out wi ...
Chose this restaurant for a night out with friends. Since I had dined here before with my husband I was really excited to share this experience! Overall, the experience was good but nothing special and certainly not on the same par as when I had eaten here before. Perhaps because it was a busy night, we didn't receive the level of service I had hoped we would. Between the four of us we had the chicken and waffles, St. Louis ribs (twice), southern sampler, fried green tomatoes, and piggy fries. The consensus on what was most disappointing was the mac and cheese. It was very dry and not creamy or cheesy at all and had some sort of baked breadcrumbs on top. All in all, most of what we had was enjoyable (especially the greens) and we would come back for another visit!
Oh boy! I just LOVED Peachtree. I held ...
Oh boy! I just LOVED Peachtree. I held a surprise birthday brunch for my fiance and everyone in our party tried a different dish. Everyone was happy with their meals. I didn't hear a single peep of negative feedback. The service was fantastic, very attentive. The drinks were delightful as well. I really can't wait to go back.
My husband and I went for brunch today w ...
My husband and I went for brunch today with a couple of friends and were very underwhelmed. We ordered the beignets and sausage gravy and biscuits. I don't know what those little round pieces of bread that they brought to our table were, but they were NOT beignets. Far too dense, the wrong shape, cold, barely any powdered sugar, and made out of possibly sourdough? Not good. The sausage gravy and biscuits was pretty bland. I don't think it was made with sausage - maybe cut up pork tenderloin instead? it was missing the flavor that normally comes with sausage gravy - more pepper and sage were needed here. The eggs were bland (I ended up asking for salt and pepper because they do not keep them on the table) and the breakfast potatoes were just okay.
We had really high hopes for this place but, sadly, will not return to give it another shot (especially for brunch).
We have been to Peachtree several times, ...
We have been to Peachtree several times, but today's visit was our last. The food wasn't up to the usual standards we expected and our service was horrific. I would've spoke to the manager, but couldn't get his attention and he didn't come to our table despite visiting those around us.
I'd tell you the server's name but he didn't introduce himself (or the specials that we heard another server say) and started our interaction with a sigh and and eye roll as we said we were still deciding on drinks. He banged the plates on the table when they arrived for each course. Fortunately the two of us were at a four-top because he never cleared any plates as the meal progressed. He served our shared dessert between our dinner plates. After we stacked our dinner plates with the others on our table, but before we even took a bite of dessert, he brought the check and said that he wanted to take care of this with us because he was getting ready to leave for the night. Seriously?! No thank you, how's dessert or anything else that could've salvaged the evening.
The catfish tots were great, as always, so I will miss those. I ordered chicken and waffles...the waffle was dry and pretty tasteless, the coating fell off the chicken and the chicken was dry. My fiancé ordered the Southern Cobb and her greens were so overdressed she didn't eat them...just the salad toppings. Especially sad because she thought it was so pretty that she took a picture before eating it. You might be wondering why at this point we would even order dessert, but the peach cobbler is always fantastic. Sadly that day it disappointed too.
We initially came in months ago for happ ...
We initially came in months ago for happy hour and appetizers and left promising ourselves we would come back for dinner which we eventually did. Went on a Thursday and enjoyed the bourbon flight pairing. Creative takes on traditional southern foods. Good wind and beer list and comfortable setting. Only frustration is the menu is so extensive and inviting that you'll stress trying to figure out which meal to pick. Guess we'll be coming back very soon!
We loved everything about this place! Th ...
We loved everything about this place! The staff was fantastic. The restaurant itself was super cute, loved the patio. The menu is SUPERB and the food was worth every dollar! I know I will be going back a lot more! Very close to the parking garage in Hudson, too!
Great southern cooking
We've been to this restaurant twice now, and both times it was delicious! I've tried the ribs and the fried chicken and my fiance swears by the macaroni and cheese. My favorite parts waere actually probably the cornbread and green beans, not even the main stars of the show!
I took my mom here for an early mothers ...
I took my mom here for an early mothers day brunch and the food was incredible. I got the chicken and waffles knowing that it's usually a good but not great dish.. But i couldn't resist. It was absolutely fantastic! The waffles were more like a funnel cake and the chicken was breaded perfectly and the chicken was moist and seasoned to perfection. Everyone else at my table seemed super happy with their food as well!
Menu is somewhat better than execution
First time here...great server...very interesting menu, but food wasn't quite up to the menu descriptions...for the appetizer, we share combination platter...pulled pork spring rolls were fantastic, as were smoked wings...I didn't have the deviled egg (but others said they were good), and breaded fish was so-so (sauces were good)...three of the four of us had fried chicken (their strong suit?) in some fashion, either by itself or as chicken/waffles...we all agreed that it wasn't a great breading...over seasoned and somewhat crumbly, not what we expected from "Southern-style" fried chicken...waffles were ok...fourth person had one of two vegetarian options (gnocchi...forgot the preparation)...said it was very good...for dessert, we shared beignets and peach cobbler (a little sweet for my taste)...I would go back and try other things, very interesting menu and reasonably priced...very friendly staff...
This is my favorite restaurant in Hudson ...
This is my favorite restaurant in Hudson! It has a great vibe with a wonderful staff. The entire menu is absolutely delicious. My go-to's are the Mac and cheese, pulled pork and crab cakes. I've never had a bad dish here. Also, the bartender Alex is an absolute joy to be around! He makes a great cocktail and is great to chat with. Great food and people!
It was my first time at this restaurant and it was a Friday night. We sat outside and it was very nice and quiet. The drinks were very good and presented very well. The food was incredible and also presented very well. I will be returning to this restaurant in the future and recommending it to friends.
I expected a really good meal; with some unique dishes; but, I was disappointed. The appetizers we had (two different ones) were not very tasty, and portions were small. I got the fried chicken, as my main course; this seemed to be the specialty of the house. I am a big chicken fan, and this did not impress. I took a piece home, and it was even worse the next day. Our server was really good, and nice, so I feel bad; but overall, this place just does not make it, sorry about that.
We first were sat in the basement and th ...
We first were sat in the basement and then were relocated to the main floor when we asked. The basement needs to be cleaned as there are cobwebs hanging from the ceiling which is not very appetizing. It also needs better lighting down there. As for the food, the fried chick was soggy and not crispy... The menu looked amazing enough for me to want to try it and drive from downtown but i wouldn't do that again. Service however was good and attentive.
Enjoyed the experience. Food was great. ...
Enjoyed the experience. Food was great. Portions were a bit small. Be prepared to sit for a 2 hour dinner on a Saturday night...it's about the gathering, not the speed of the kitchen. Dining area was a bit chilly upstairs.
I love this place
I have been here many times and the food and service are always excellent. However this time, I ordered the Chicken and Waffles, and I think the recipe has changed. The chicken was weirdly seasoned. I probably will not order that again even though it was my favorite thing on the menu. Other than, this place is awesome.
Staff was outstanding! Atmosphere amazing
Select meals with care! May sound good but can be deceived!! My friend and I had exactly the same meal, I was not pleased but she was! The atmosphere and staff with very professional and on the money, loved it! Can't wait to visit again and sit on the patio!!
Didn't meet expectations
My husband and I love the Low Country of SC so were very excited to try Peachtree. We were seated in the lower level (basement) which wasn't quite the ambiance we were expecting, especially since we had a reservation. It was a busy night and several others were also seated there, but it was cold with a very low ceiling. In hindsight we should have requested another table or sat at the bar. The cornbread with pimento cheese was excellent, as was the she crab soup (it definitely reminded me of being in Charleston). The fried shrimp po' boy was perfectly prepared but bland, it needed some spice in the breading and more of the sriracha-pickle sauce. It came with homemade potato salad that was bland as well. The white meat of the buttermilk fried chicken was overcooked, and the dark meat was undercooked. Unfortunately it was highly seasoned with rosemary (which I don't think was stated on the menu), of which my husband is not a fan. The country green beans and onion mashed potatoes were both very good, and our service was excellent. We did not complain about the food. I'm sure we would have been offered replacement dishes, but we weren't enjoying being in the lower level. If we go again we'll choose a less-busy time, and will order starters and desserts (both menus look great) instead of sandwiches or dinner.
We loved the ambiance and our server. Plus it's so nice bring in Hudson! However everyone in our party was very excited for the food and it was just ok. Portions are small and not very traditional to southern fare (we are from the south). The shrimp and grits didn't have a roux and wasn't at all like New Orleans "bbq shrimp". The grits were good it it's also not the most complicated dish. There were red peppers On top and I do not like them nor was it mentioned on the menu. The Cobb salad was very very cold, even the chicken and it came out undressed and without a side of dressing. Drinks were good but weak. We probably won't return.
The restaurant itself was very nice.
Nice place, great location. Tables were entirely too close. Our waitress "Sam" was excellent. Had a Southern charm and appeal, but the food was no way "southern". Perhaps it is southern to the Hudsonites, but I know southern.
not a good standard for southern cuisine
I had chicken and sweet potato waffles and beignets. The beignets were not cooked thorough and had to get another order. They just weren't very flavorful but I'm comparing to the beignets in the French quarter. Chicken and waffles were over fried chicken fingers and the waffle had no flavor and was soggy.
Now Just Average
My wife and I went here a year ago and the food was phenomenal. Our most recent visit wasn't bad, but it certainly wasn't breathtaking. The chicken cracklins were a little stale, the red beans and rice was lacking salt, and the beignets were dense. The shrimp and grits were very good as were the fried green tomatoes.
Cosy neighborhood spot
We had dinner here last week with friends, our second visit. We were seated in the cellar, which is lined with the original stone walls of this old house--a bit quieter than the busy first level, where the bar is. Everything we ordered was very good and nicely prepared. My salmon was tasty but just slightly overdone. Our friends had the crab cakes and the shrimp and grits, which they loved, and my husband enjoyed the chicken and sweet potato waffles. Two items I would not recommend: the mac and cheese, which I had on my first visit, and the beignets. Both were tasteless. But the dinners we had last week were good, the atmosphere is great, the service was wonderful, and we’ll go back.
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