Seward Co-op Creamery Cafe Weekly Specials

Saturday Nights

$50 per couple

Choose the perfect beverage to sip — beer, wine, coffee, tea or a bottled beverage from our drink cooler. For starters, share a small plate or one of our appetizer-size side dishes. Follow that with your choice of two select entrees from our Classics menu. Save room for dessert! You can choose one of our daily scratch-made bakery items to split. If you have a hard time deciding, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our knowledgeable staff for a recommendation.


End the week with happy hour at the Seward Co-op Creamery Café!

Wednesday–Saturday, 3–6 p.m.
Enjoy $1 off:

  • Side dishes
  • Small Plates
  • Pints of local craft beer
  • Glasses of wine


As a token of our appreciation, all Seward Co-op owners receive 15% off their order every Thursday.


Live Music Schedule
Join us for live music every Saturday from 5:30­–8:30 p.m.

April 1
Nicolas Garcia is a solo acoustic guitarist specializing in original instrumental cinematic folk songs.

April 8
Charmin Michelle’s conversational style recalls the late Billie Holiday and other legendary ladies of jazz. And, yet, her music is free of tiresome camp and easy nostalgia. She’s a savvy songstress and, while putting her own imprint on a melody, is always respectful of those who first inhabited it.

April 15
Glen HelgesonAcoustic guitar and vocals featuring jazz and world music.

April 22
Reynold Philipsek (acoustic guitar) and Matt Senjem (bass) play gypsy jazz and jazz standards.

April 29
Legendary folk-blues singer, guitar player and entertainer Papa John Kolstad has been performing more than 40 years, blazing a musical trail across these United States. He performed regularly on The Prairie Home Companion radio show with Garrison Keillor, has been a featured performer at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival and the Winnipeg Folk Festival. Papa John is prominently featured in a chapter of the recent book, “The West Bank Boogie,” covering the music and musicians of the ’60s and ’70s West Bank Music Scene.