The Red Chair Cafe

Sit. Sip. Eat.

The Red Chair Cafe

A locally owned restaurant in downtown Anchorage, Alaska serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday.

We also offer an extensive beer and wine menu

Closed Monday

7am - 3pm Tuesday-Sunday

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Red Chair Anniversary Night Dinner and Concert

  • The Red Chair Cafe 337 E 4th Ave Anchorage, AK, 99501 United States (map)

Red Chair Fans! You've waited so patiently and finally, Everything's Ready for Everything Red!

Come Celebrate with us Saturday November 8, from 5:30-9pm. Brand new art will be on the walls and live music will be playing.  Please call for reservations*.  270-7780

Due to circumstances outside our control, we have dropped tonight's pre-fixe menu.

*no reservations available for 8 or more people

Live at The Red Chair, Diane Hall and Sandra Calvillo!

Saturday November 8th 6-9pm

Diane Hall and Sandra Calvillo started performing together just three short months ago, and are having a blast mingling their styles and playing gigs together.  Sandra has lived from Texas to Brazil, with a long stay in Nome, and has become a preeminent musician in Anchorage and all over the world, a true Universal Percussionist.  Diane first came to the AK with The Automatics to play at Chilkoot's and never looked back.  She has been lucky to be able to entertain at many different venues, from roadhouses to concert halls, and to get to see Alaska by traveling to play.
Diane Hall and Sandra Calvillo started performing together just three short months ago, and are having a blast mingling their styles and playing gigs together.  Sandra has lived from Texas to Brazil, with a long stay in Nome, and has become a preeminent musician in Anchorage and all over the world, a true Universal Percussionist.  Diane first came to the AK with The Automatics to play at Chilkoot's and never looked back.  She has been lucky to be able to entertain at many different venues, from roadhouses to concert halls, and to get to see Alaska by traveling to play.
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