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Tree’s Wings Has Kept Locals Satisfied With Its Famous Recipes For 25 Years

By Melanie Kopacz

For nearly 25 years, Tree’s Wings & Ribs has been catering to the taste buds of traditional down-home food lovers. With its signature neighborhood feel, it’s no wonder this family-owned restaurant has been going strong since opening in 1995 at the south end of Royal Palm Beach Blvd. Owners Andy and Linda Maynard strive to appeal to every guest who walks through their doors. In charge of dayto-day operations is General Manager Erin Townsend. “We like to be just as down-home as we can be,” Townsend said. “We’ve got killer ribs. Our sauce is homemade with our secret recipe, every day. We only do baby back ribs. We find them to be the absolute best, and we don’t mess around with anything but that. We have perfected the recipe to where they’re fall-off-the-bone. I’ve never

seen anyone disappointed with our ribs.” While wings and ribs have made Tree’s locally famous, there’s much more to this popular restaurant. “We’ve got ridiculously good burgers for being a wing joint,” Townsend noted. The Treemongous burger, for example, boasts a full pound of beef with all fresh ingredients for $16.49. All burgers are Angus beef and handmade, cooked to order over an open flame. All produce is brought in daily.

(Above right) The Treemongous burger features a full pound of Angus beef. (Below) Tree’s award-winning wings are served with celery and choice of house dressing or bleu cheese.

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