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Singers like Jewel used to depend on venues like Anderson Fair to share music with fans and flesh out new tunes. Anderson Fair is one of the oldest folk and original music venues in continuous... Read More
Singers like Jewel used to depend on venues like Anderson Fair to share music with fans and flesh out new tunes. Anderson Fair is one of the oldest folk and original music venues in continuous operation in the United States. Houston has proudly provided the foundation to the acoustic driven bar since the 1960s. Every night offers a different set so it allows for plenty of repeat business. It began as a coffee house many moons ago and has transitioned into heavy hitting troubadour, offering seasoned and rookie musicians a place to perform. Legends such as Lyle Lovett, Lucinda Williams, and Robert Earl Keen have graced the stage, as well as, local favorites Ray Bonneville, Matt the Electrician and Ginger Leigh. They're not open as often as they once were so call ahead for information or visit their online calendar for a peek at upcoming shows. It's not the type of place for a grandiose meal, but one can munch on some Killer Nachos, stuffed potatoes or quesadillas. The bar offers a nice selection of beer and wine, and for those who enjoy a nice cup of coffee or hot tea, they aim to please them, too! Anderson Fair is a non-smoking establishment and can pack a crowded house, so be sure and get there early.
- Thu-Sat 8pm-1am
- Cover Charge: $5 - $15