Owners Asa and Karen Fain opened Apache Café for lunch at 11:00am on Monday April 9th 2001. Having spent the entire night awake in order to finish café recipes, they served just one table that day – a party including Asa's father. With art on the walls borrowed from Karen's brother Kevin and jazz music in the background they dreamed to create a place of creative freedom where great music, delicious food, and bold art could live.
Open seven nights a week and serving a diverse group of patrons, Apache Café offers an intimate café, gallery, and venue with exposed brick walls and a loft-like style. As a restaurant café, Apache serves house made southwestern, Latin, and Caribbean inspired fare along with a full premium spirits bar, coffee bar, and dessert menu. As a gallery, you view artwork from a wide range of local and visiting traveling artists. As a venue, you will find presentations on the Asian rosewood stage of everything from think-tank type discussion forums to world-class music ensembles. It is hard to describe what you will find at Apache Café just as it is hard to describe all the parts that make up the interests of the owners or the patrons.
"We endeavor to make Apache Café a place that exceeds our highest expectations; a place where we can take some risks launching our crazy ideas; a place where we can make statements about the world and our surroundings; a place of content; a haven for those who have ideas to come together and debut their findings.
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