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ALL ABOUT CLAIRE


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Claire Johnson, an Illinois native born into a family of creative cooks, began her culinary career as a producer a buyer and founded an organic food co-op on Chicago’s north side. She relocated to Arizona in 1980 and became the head chef at the Blue Willow in Tucson, followed by cooking stints at the Oro Valley Country Club, Loew’s Ventana Canyon and CB Rye.

In 1986 Claire bought Dyna Cafe and transformed it into the present day Claire’s Cafe & Art Gallery. Since she originally trained as a silversmith, Claire’s appreciation of fine art is reflected in the restaurant’s food preparation and the art adoring the gallery walls.

Claire’s Cafe is renowned for it’s welcoming vibe, fabulous breakfasts and unique art and jewelry-all things Claire!

American (New), American (Traditional), Breakfast, Burgers, Mexican, Seafood, Vegan and Vegetarian

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NO RESERVATIONS

Come in have a seat wherever you like reservations are not necessary when visiting our establishment.

OPEN

  7am-3pm DAILY

LATEST NEWS

 WE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY

GLUTEN FREE ITEMS

PURCHASED FROM GOURMET GIRLS LLC

WI-FI HOTSPOT

FASTER INTERNET SPEEDS

Delicious food and folks who serve you like family–in a good way!

Terri Sinclair

Claire’s is such a friendly & welcoming place with the tastiest food. Claire & Steve the owners are very friendly and that goes the same for the staff.

Michael Moriarty

Best breakfast in the area. Many gluten and soy free items on the menu. Great local art AND of course there is Claire, a beautiful and loving person who is the heart and soul of Catalina. Blessings!!

Darwin W. Hall

Claire’s Cafe is a destination experience. It is a treat to bring family and friends from all over and other parts of the world to Claire’s

J. Briney

The wonderful food, the warm atmosphere and loving people who work at Claire’s and who come to eat at Claire’s The ARTWORK! The JEWELRY! The Basketry and folk art! All things Claire!

Sandra Briney

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