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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 Weekday Brunch: Memorial day - Labor day,
Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 4pm
Afternoon Tea: Monday - Friday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Lunch: After Labor day, Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm,
Sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Small Bites: Saturday - Sunday: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
$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. 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
Special Events & Promotions:
13th Annual Drink Pink: June 8th
15th Annual Bastille Day: July 14th
Cafe Campagne Ratings and Reviews
This was hands down the best meal we've ever had! My husband is trained in classical French cooking, and we cannot find anything like this where we're from. Every aspect of our meal was perfection, our waiter was knowledgeable and friendly, and the atmosphere was fun. We sat outside and enjoyed people watching. I would highly recommend Cafe Campaign!
It took forever to have someone check to see if we needed anything upon being seated. At least 10 minutes before receiving even water, while we were hot from sitting by the window. Waiting for the food took much longer than expected. It wasn't until the end of our dining experience that no less than 3 people showed up to offer us a check, water, and getting our meals packed up to go. Not sure if that was for the tip they hoped to receive or not, but it was disappointing.
I've eaten at cafe campagne a few times before for dinner. The last time was about 2 years ago. My dinner experiences were much better than this lunch experience. Service was just OK nothing terrible just not super attentive or cheerful. Two of us ordered quiche. One of the slices was runny at the pointed end. The calamari appetizer was very good. I had made a notation on my reservation that we were there for a birthday. There wasn't a mention of it and although the restaurant was empty at 11:30am we were seated directly in front of the door next to the hostess table. It felt more like being seated in the waiting area. This is not the experience I was expecting based on my dinner experiences. I would hesitate referring you to give it a try. There are too many other great options in the Market.
Had duck canard and it was very greasy and the worst I've had. The potato's it came with were equally greasy.
Ordered a glass of wine before our meal
And it came once the meal was done.
Fairly expensive prices for the poor ambiance and quality of food and service.
Would recommend not going there
We've been here when visiting Seattle at least twice before for lunch and dinner and enjoyed our meals both times. This time we went for lunch on the weekend and they only had a limited brunch menu. Our food was fine but we preferred our previous meals & more variety on weekdays.
We went for brunch and everyone loved what they ordered. The kids had the French French Toast Brioche. My husband ordered the lamb burger and said it was amazing. I ordered the avocado, leeks and celery with poached eggs and toast. We shared a pitcher of the sipping chocolate. A must have!!!
The service was outstanding as well.
Everything was great with the exception of the French Onion soup. The crouton had lost all cohesiveness and ended up indistinguishable from the broth. The Duck Confit was flavorful and fall off the bone tender. The Farmer's board was a great mix of Charcuterie. The service was top notch. I will be going to Cafe Campagne again.
We were held up in traffic and called ahead to let them know we would be late for our brunch reservation. Staff were very accommodating even during a busy Sunday brunch, we waited a few minutes after arriving and they were able to quickly get us seated with no big production about missing our reservation time. Staff was great, we had our kids with us and they did a wonderful job taking care of all of us. Great meal and great service.
We sat outside for brunch on a sunny Sunday. Enjoyed being outside. The service was pretty slow. In defense of the waitress, she appeared to have many tables she was covering both inside and outside. We started with Bloody Mary's that were really good. I ordered the crab quiche and my husband ordered the omelette. I had to send back my quiche because the crust was burned. We were surprised that the kitchen would send out something that burned. Both the waitress and what appeared to be a manager reassured me that they were working to quickly remedy the problem. It took about five minutes to bring me a new piece of quiche. The new piece of quiche was good and had plenty of crab. My husband felt that his meal was a bit bland.
It took a long time to get our check and then an even longer time for them to process the bill. Overall the experience was disappointing because of the service.
I take out of town visitors here when I get company and it never disappoints. My neighbor and I ate here yesterday and it was her first time. She loved the quiche and salad. I had the omelette choisy. You can never go wrong with anything you order. Great food and ambience, highly recommended.
It had been awhile since I'd dined here. Seattle has so many new restaurants that we sometimes forget about the timeless ones like Cafe Campagne. We met some friends who were staying near the market for dinner. It was very, very good, food and the service was unobtrusively attentive (a difficult combination). It was great to see that Cafe Campagne is still a delightful dining experience.
The ambience at Cafe Champagne is perfect - warm, soft decor inside and a nice (but small) balcony outside with a fantastic view of Post Alley. The hostess and waitstaff were friendly and accommodating. The escargot was delicious. However, sadly both the fish of the day and the steak were overcooked and dry. I would recommend this to others for a good but not excellent meal out but for a special occasion I might go elsewhere.
We were in Seattle for a day after our Alaska cruise was finished. A friend (Seattle native, since moved away) recommended the place. I wish we had been more hungry so we could have sampled some additional dishes. French Onion Soup was great. Steak Tartar also excellent. Lamb burger well prepared. Good selection of wines by the glass. We ate inside but there is good outdoor dining. All were taken on our visit. Service was well informed and prompt. We skipped dessert but they had some nice offerings.
Slightly disappointed with the service and the food. Not impressed for a supposedly French place. The menu does not offer that many authentic French dishes (the salad with duck confit was not on the menu- pity!) and we had better flavors at other places - tartare was just ok. Good, not great, would try other French restaurants.
We came by for dinner and made reservations but they were not busy and folks easily walked in for dinner. Service was good and efficient. We really liked the duck confit. The leg was cooked crispy and the meat fell off the bone. The French onion soup was ok with lots of onion, cheese and a thick slice of bread. My salad was ok but the slice of toasted bread with goat cheese was delicious. Hubby ordered a bacon flatbread which he enjoyed. I have had better.
If we were to return, I would not miss the duck confit. They served it with thick slices of crispy potatoes. That plus a salad would make a good meal.
Huge fail. Extremely poor service.The food was underwhelming. Not only was the water we were served tepid, but once the waiter took back the undercooked hanger steak, we did mot see it again for 20 minutes. No apologies from staff. A place once so special to us will never be the same. SAD!
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