We put a twist on an old favorite and we are calling it “Supper at Sunset“. We took 9 of our favorite entrees and discounted them down to just $16.50, and to make it even more attractive to you, we threw in a cup of soup/chowder or a small salad. To sweeten the deal we will throw in dessert for just $4. 2 exceptions; you must be seated by 7PM and we cannot combine this offer with ANY other discounts or promotions. Download the menu as a PDF
Dining Benefits are now valid 7 days per week for Members.
Club Café Members Only Dining Promotion
Members plus one guest receive a 20% discount from our menu. Valid nightly except Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve, and Boston Pride. (note: discounts apply to food only)
Doing the Walk of Shame? Get 20% off our all you can eat brunch if you show us your entry stamp from the night before …
All Week 5pm to 10pm, show your ticket on the night of the performance, to any Boston show, not just shows at Club Café and enjoy a 20% discount on your food purchase.
Saturday, November 8, 8pm – 11pm
Club Cafe presents SING OUT! a cabaret, NEXT TO NORMAL Reunion! featuring Sean Crosley, Janet Ferreri, Nicholas Foster, Steven Kosakow, Kara Nelson and Tim Otte. Hosted by Justin McCoubry and musical accompaniment by Molly Gachignard. Limited seating in the Napoleon Room so make a reservation now by calling 617-536-0966. No Cover.
Wednesday, November 12 | Doors 6:30, show at 7pm | $20
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ANNE STEELE is an award winning cabaret and live performer from NYC. She is a three-time winner of New York prestigious Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs (MAC) Award and a two-time winner of New York’s Bistro and Nightlife Awards, both celebrating excellence in the NY Cabaret Community. She will be making her Boston Debut.
Anne Steele LIVE is drawn from Steele’s sold out performances at New York City’s Joe’s Pub in the Spring of 2013 . Both a daring reinvention of pop and a thrilling re-imaging of the standards, the show offers surprising and insightful pairings of classic with current pop tunes. Steele explores the intersection of current and traditional sensibilities in songs by a wide range of artists, such as Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Sara Bareilles and various Broadway composers. www.annesteele.com