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Since 1969, this quaint former restaurant and coffee house has served as a haven and incubator for folk singer-songwriters. Throughout the years, the inconspicuous venue nestled off Montrose Boulevard near West Gray Street has had their cozy corner stage graced by Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, and Townes Van Zandt, among many others.
Today, Anderson Fair continues to serve local and nationally touring musicians as one of the oldest and longest-running folk venues in the country. Its doors swing open on select nights for live music, providing an intimate listening room for around fifty people, flanked by age-old memorabilia, concert posters, and past performers along the walls. Small tables and chairs spread across the seating area make for a comfortable and true-to-its-roots atmosphere.
The venue operates on a cash-only basis (though you can purchase advance tickets online with credit or debit cards) and there isn’t an ATM on the premises, so come prepared. A few food options may be available and beer is on tap.
Free street parking can be found in the surrounding neighborhood.
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