Due to AHS announcement we will be modifying our hours effective Saturday April 9th. The patio will remain open and hopefully the weather supports us as much as our customers do! We thank everyone for their continued support.
Sunday & Monday 10 am - 2 pm
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
Call us for curbside pick-up or takeout with 10% off or through Door Dash, Skip the Dishes, and Uber Eats. (Prices differ with each delivery service as their fees vary)
Stay happy and healthy!
Ian and Sylvia
Our Chef has taken the time to ensure only the freshest ingredients are used. We have a new winter menu, added a couple of items to our brunch menu and introduced a children’s menu. We hope you enjoy our choices.
We have always been and continue to be family friendly. Our new children’s menu includes breakfast and combo meals that have been recommended first hand!
They can also be altered for gluten and vegan friendly options, just ask your server.
Blue Chair has been one of Canada's premiere live-music listening rooms for 17 years.
Update: November 26, 2020
We proudly support our local musicians however, with the new restrictions we are on hold. Please “stay tuned” as soon as possible we will bring them back! Thank you for supporting live music.
Brenda Philp is a fibre artist who employs felting, beading, stitching, and other techniques to create fresh, fun, and uplifting visual art. Her free-spirited, melodious, and unabashedly happy work is influenced by a lifelong love of music. She embraces the power of colour, composition, and texture as a means to stretch and expand the expressive potential of the fibre art medium and is relentless in her search for new learning opportunities and unique materials to work with. Practical by nature, she makes use of recycled objects, natural materials, and ingenuity to create and promote beauty. Brenda studied at the Haliburton School of Art and Design in 2017, and has attended workshops with world-renowned fibre artists including Marjolein Dallinga, Jean Gauger, and Judith Dios. Her studio practice continues to evolve as she pursues new ways to share by teaching, presenting, and being a positive advocate for the arts