Café + Bar

Café + Bar

Come early. Stay late.

Current Hours of Operation 

Tuesday – Friday: Noon – 6:00pm

Regular Hours of Operation 

Tuesday – Saturday: Noon – Midnight
Sunday: Noon - 6:00pm

Monday: Closed

Conveniently located in the lobby adjacent to all three theatres, the Signature Café + Bar offers light, delicious fare and a full bar. Meet friends for lunch and late night happy hour specials. Enjoy a pre-show snack or post-show drink and dessertThe Signature Café + Bar is also a great place to work remotely with free wi-fi and ample seating.

Signature subscribers receive a 10% discount at the Signature Café + Bar with their Signature subscriber card. Sign up here!


Available Tuesday - Friday: 
Noon – 5:00pm

  • Diamond Combo: Sandwich, chips or cookie, juice or soft drink - $12 
  • Griffin Combo: Soup, salad, soft drink or juice - $12 
  • Linney Combo: Pizza, soft drink or juice - $11
  • Showtime Combo: Soup, sandwich, soft drink or juice - $14


Join us after the show for $5 House Beer, $6 House Wine and $7 House Liquor!


Founded in 1979 as a waitress service for women in the arts, Great Performances works with some of the city’s most prestigious cultural institutions including the Signature Theatre. Great Performances integrates a  collaborative commitment to service, innovation and quality into all aspects of their work. They engage in anti-hunger efforts and food rescue through a robust Sustainability Program, help cultivate a sustainable food system though their organic Katchkie Farm, and educate children about healthy eating through their work with The Sylvia Center. 

events at the SIGNATURE CAFÉ + BAR 

In addition to providing exciting productions by our Playwrights-in-Residence, Signature Theatre also hosts a variety of supplemental programming and social events. Many of these events take place at the Signature Café + Bar.

The Signature Café + Bar is also available for pre or post show group receptions. Learn more about group receptions or contact to book group tickets today.

Photo by Lindsey August Mercer.

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