Jazz88 RestauranTour at The Birchwood Cafe Monday, January 15th

The Birchwood Cafe

The Jazz88 RestauranTour returns with a delightful evening of Food, Music and Community, Monday, January 15th at The Birchwood Café in Minneapolis’ Seward neighborhood.

Join us for a 3 course seasonal winter showcase of the artistry of Chef Marshall Paulson with local cider pairings and live music by guitarist Chris Silver.

Seating is at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $45 per person. Gratuity is not included.


About the Birchwood Café

Serving Good Real Food Since 1995

At our heart, the Birchwood Café is about fostering community, revealing connections and inspiring gratitude.

We pride ourselves on offering something for everyone. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free,omnivorous or all about the bacon, we have plenty of lovingly handcrafted dishes for you to enjoy. Our food is local, sustainable, organic food that makes you feel good. And because our menu changes with the seasons, there is always something new to try.

About Chris Silver   

Chris Silver
Chris Silver

Chris Silver is best known throughout the country as a virtuoso guitar and mandolin player and can be heard at festivals, theaters, and clubs and radio shows across the globe. Formerly of the bands Stoney Lonesome, Tangled Roots, and the Kate Mackenzie Band, Silver has taken acoustic his Roots and Americana music to new levels through his solo appearances and shows his own band. Although he has a deep appreciation for traditional roots music, his sound doesn’t stop there. Silver’s music stretches beyond the boundaries of traditional folk to include jazz, blues, alt country, indie and classic rock styles. As a songwriter, Silver takes his listeners through a landscape of experience and place. His lyrics are thought provoking and his songs reflect a life that has brought incredible challenges and rewards. His efforts to create a new sound haven’t gone unnoticed. During the past decade, Chris has made several appearances on Garrison Keilor’s A Prairie Home Companion, recorded four songs in the studio with the legendary Taj Mahal, released six solo recordings, and in 2008, won the Minnesota State Flatpicking Championship held at the State Fair.

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