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About Cafe Campagne
The heart of France in the heart of Pike Place Market.
Café Campagne has been charming visitors and locals alike since 1994. The menu highlights the classics... Steak Frites, Oeufs en Meurette , Duck Confit, Salade Nicoise, Cassoulet (October through April)... pairing perfectly with our wine list which offers a wide variety of French selections alongside local superstars.
Stop by for our ever-popular brunch on Saturday & Sundays, a night out under the iconic Pike Place Market sign, or just a small bite for happy hour on our patio. A Parisian café tucked into Pike Place Market’s Post Alley, not to be missed!
Seattle, WA 98101
Hours of Operation:
Summer Breakfast: Memorial day - Labor day,
Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 10:45am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm,
Sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Along with ample street parking, there are numerous public garages available.
Private Party Facilities:
Located in the heart of Pike Place Market, Campagne offers an exquisite and unique atmosphere in which to host your next private function. Whether you choose the simple sophistication of the restaurant's dining room with it's view of the flower stalls and produce stands of the market and Elliott Bay or the Salle du Marche in Cafe Campagne, your guests can be assured of authentic and imaginative cuisine served by a consummately professional staff. Our menus are inspired by the cuisines of Provence and Southern France. Whether you're planning a formal business luncheon, a relaxed afternoon reception, a dinner for valued clients, or a gathering of friends and family, our space can accommodate your needs in a variety of arrangements and options.
Private Party Contact:
Erika David: (206) 728-2233
Beer, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cafe Campagne Ratings and Reviews
This was the second time I took my friend here and she loved her crab quiche. I enjoy the Croque Madame, love the fried egg and the crispy cheese. We paired our food with couple of sparkling and it was delicious. I can't wait for the weather to get better so that I can get a couple friends together and come here for happy hour!
Our two lunches were delicious and the service more than competent. We felt we received fair value for the quality of the food and wine.
The seating is a bit cramped but the customers so friendly and good natured that it made for a good time instead of being a turn-off.
One observation: the public area is getting a bit worn and in need of a thorough cleaning, including dusting. Hopefully the kitchen is in better shape but one wonders given the fact that the health department rating displayed at the front door is only "good" instead of "excellent."
It was so nice to come back to Cafe Campagne again and find it as good as ever. The food is wonderful and its a peaceful place to eat and enjoy good company, which is getting very hard to find these days now that most places are loud and boisterous. I love the comfortable ambiance and casual French bistro menu. We'll be back again soon!
Having had an amazing breakfast at the Cafe Campagne a couple of weeks before, we decided to try the restaurant for dinner with some friends. My wife and I ordered "Steak Frites" (NY Strip w/french fries). We both ordered the steak to be served "medium". When we received our order, we received what would have been a quarter of a normal NY Strip. The meat was more than "well done", in fact it was inedible. The french fries were greasy and limp. The wine my invited friend ordered had an inordinate amount of sediment. And, the waiter was rude. It's a shame, because the restaurant is beautiful, and the breakfast chef and staff are great, five stars! I hope the owner makes changes for the dinner hour as this could be a very special place for a french food.
When my wife and I are in Seattle we always make time to stop by Campagne for a meal. We normally stop by for a long lunch (2 to 3 hours). Enjoying their wonderful pate, charcuterie and cheeses with the outstanding wines they have cellared. This time we were able to stop by for a outstanding dinner! We walked from our hotel the Belltown Inn which is only a few blocks away. We arrived early for a 7:30 p.m. reservation and they sat us without delay. We immediately got introduced to the sommelier, Erin who was a delight. She made sure we had some unusual and terrific aperitifs, wines and after dinner drinks. We started with the meat and cheese tray with some great French wine then moved onto the warm goat cheese salad with rocket & frisee with another very nice selection of French wine. We then moved onto the evening special, Halibut with a gratin butternut squash and chanterelle mushrooms with yet another wine pairing and this was to die for. For dessert my wife chose the apple tart with the brown butter ice cream which Erin suggested a wonderful Fine from Burgundy. I wanted to have a nice Cognac which Erin paired with the Armagnac ice cream. What a way to put a fine end to a wonderful meal! We then relaxed and talked over tea and coffee before we walked back to our hotel. As all of our meals have been before, this 3 hour dinner was Great! If you get a chance to enjoy this wonderful restaurant make sure you do. You will be glad you did!
This place was really great. Not only was the food incredible, but they also went out of their way to accommodate my special request on my reservation, which was a candle and a flower at our table. I would highly recommend this place to anyone, especially for special occasions. It's a little pricey if you want the full food experience, but definitely keep this on your list.
Café Campagne is a reliable choice for authentic French bistro-style dining. Particularly good is the onion soup and calamars provencal (octopus rings in garlicy, lemony sauce) and steak frites.
Wait-staff are very friendly and efficient and the wine waitress suggested an excellent substitute for my non-available first choice of red wine.
This little place, which has been on Post Alley for many, many years, is truly a taste--and the feel--of the best small bistros in Paris. Food is amazing, especially the poulet roti, but that's just my personal opinion. I've never eaten anything here that was not simply and perfectly prepared and presented.
First timer here. I enjoyed the restaurant. Will come back. The service was just great. I love it when the wait staff is attentive yet not all over the place. The snail appetizer we ordered was very appetizing. Definitely recommend the black olive pasta, but I think the duck salad could be less sour. My mom couldn't handle more than 3 bites because the salad had too much vinegar so I had to give her my pasta :(.
The restaurant is pretty small so the space is pretty limited... could be a good thing if you are bringing a date and want to get cozy.
As always the food was remarkable. Best French food that does not entail a 14 hour plane ride. Wife had Hanger steak and frites, steak was a bit tough, splurge for the NY strip. I had cassoulet which was just sinful. Service 10+. Took me 1.5 hours to drive here so our bar bill was extensive, without that, could have been reasonably priced?
The staff left a nice impression on me, like they genuinely enjoy the place they work. As well as that the food is absolutely delicious, hope that i'll get another chance to try something else on the menu. Only caveat would be the price, even so, it is reasonable enough that you wont break the bank. Definitely give it a shot! I love eggs so much, and certainly they have some of the best eggs I've eaten.
Cafe Campagne continues to be one of our favorite "go to" spots. We were just here for a Valentine's Day brunch. It is a touch of Paris right in downtown Seattle. The quiche is really outstanding and the fluffiest I have ever had. The other thing in the "must try" category is their Sipping Chocolate for dessert.
This was my second time visiting during my time in town. My friends had had the quiche the first time while I ordered a sandwich . My sandwich was excellent but they're quiche looked so good, I was happy to have a chance to try it. It did NOT fail to satisfy!
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