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, Bouillabaisse (a traditional fisherman's soup), Duck Confit, Salade Nicoise, Trout Amandine... pairing perfectly with our award winning wine list which offers a wide variety of French selections alongside local superstars.
Stop by for our ever-popular brunch, 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!
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
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Partnering with the Inn at the Market, Café Campagne offers off site catering at the Beecher's Loft, and unique entertaining space overlooking the iconic Pike Place Market.
Please contact the Inn at the Market, (206) 443-3600, for reservation details.
Along with ample street parking, there are numerous public garages available as well as Valet services from the Inn at the Market, our upstairs neighbor.
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. Select the refined elegance of Campagne or the down-to-earth cafe fare of Cafe Campagne. In either venue, we guarantee to surprise and delight you, assuring that your function will be a memorable one. 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: 2067282233x
Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Summer breakfast: Memorial day - Labor day
Drink Pink: June
Bastille Day: July 14th
Cafe Campagne Ratings and Reviews
Had read good reviews about duck confit ...
Had read good reviews about duck confit and whenever I see it on menu it is my go to order. Unfortunately theirs was dry, over cooked and flavorless. My husband who usually orders something different did not finish his. Wine list pricey, with no reasonably priced bottles. Very disappointed as we only spent two nights in Seattle . First night dining superb, thus night one of those wish we had picked anything else. $150 for two
Excellent service and amazing French cui ...
Excellent service and amazing French cuisine! Brunch was just outstanding, their mimosa carafe was a reasonably price and they didn't skimp on the champy!
My ONLY complaint is that it gets QUITE warm in the dining area, so be sure to wear something you can take off.
Enjoyed breakfast to start Bastille Day ...
Enjoyed breakfast to start Bastille Day and my birthday! Our server, Corianna played along with our French which was fun, and she was a helpful with suggestions. Everything was delicious, per usual, and we were not rushed.
My wife loves duck and no matter where w ...
My wife loves duck and no matter where we travel, if it is on the menu, she has to try it. Well, she raved about the duck at the cafe the first time we went, so she and I ordered it when we returned to Seattle after our trip to the San Juans and Vancouver Island. What a delight. Crisp skin and melt in your mouth duck leg. We sat outside on a beautiful day and watched the crowd pass by in Post Alley. After dinner, we took a walk at Pike Market just to let things settle before we even attempted desert.
This restaurant is as close to an authen ...
This restaurant is as close to an authentic French restaurant as you will find in the USA. The food selection was good and the duck confit was delicious. The French wine served complimented the food selections. Their food brought back some good memories of the time we lived in France. The service was very good. The overall experience was very good. My wife and I were in Seattle for two weeks and returned to this restaurant twice.
The chicken was cooked perfectly and was ...
The chicken was cooked perfectly and was moist and tender; the duck confit was flavorful but a bit dry; the steak tartare and mussels were excellent. The server seemed to be frazzled and had a hard time keeping up and coming back in a timely fashion. We had a nice French wine with our meal as well that was at a very reasonable price point. We would definitely return.
We were greeted by a great hostess who f ...
We were greeted by a great hostess who found a perfect table for us. The manager seated us and we promptly had waters and shortly after a bottle of wine. Great escargots and french bread, it was just what we needed. Cafe Champagne reminded my wife and I of our favorite little cafes in Paris. "plus de vin s'il vous plaît"
This visit to Campagne was disappointing ...
This visit to Campagne was disappointing. We had not dined here for several years and it is not the star it once was. The table next to us left after waiting too long for their meal. The food was also mediocre. It seemed more focused on serving tourists rather than a fine dining crowd.
Cafe Campagne always has excellent food. ...
Cafe Campagne always has excellent food. They had excellent service and were patient with our long friends catch-up brunch. It's a little noisy, but mostly because it is a popular gathering place for natives and tourists.
A long wait for adequate food
I made a reservation and we ended up with a table that was less desirable. It seemed like we were forgotten and it took a very long time to get our food. I saw tables around us be seated and leave while we were waiting. I would not go back.
Great Food, Great Service, Fun Location
After a night in the city we walked from our hotel to Café Compagne for brunch. We were seated immediately in a very cute and quaint French dining room! The service was impeccable and the restaurant was bustling but noise was moderate. It was a warm day and the outdoor patio area was filled with customers. The Brioche Vanilla Bourbon French toast was amazing! The Oueffe Broulles with French bread, herbed baby potatoes and chicken sausage was very good and filling. Amazing jam available too. Next time I'll try the Quiche which many around us were eating and raving about.
Always good - but what happened to their bread?
For many years this has been our go-to place for a nice meal. I would normally give them 5 stars for food and overall, except this time the bread was very disappointing. Inside the toasty crust, the bread was mostly air, so much so that spreading butter was essentially impossible. The noise level was higher than usual, but the restaurant was having a yearly event in the alley immediately outside the restaurant, with a fairly loud and boisterous crowd. We'll still go there but, if the bread hasn't improved at our next visit, I will mention that to our waitress.
You'll want to make a reservation
Very thankful I made a reservation for this adorable little french restaurant. It was incredibly busy, even at 10am on a Saturday!
The food was pretty good and fairly priced. I wish the croissant had been warmed up, though.
I might return, but I also think there are better brunch spots in Seattle.
Historic birthday event
My daughter and I celebrated a historic birthday of 125 years combined. We're 25 years apart in age during the month of May. She allowed me to choose a brunch place and then a symphony. I chose Cafe Canpagne based on location, the French food and ambiance and availability of reservations. We arrived promptly 10 minutes before our 10:45 AM reservation and were promptly seated at 10:45. Our server, Annie, was excellent. We we're wonderfully attended to and had a leisurely 2 hour brunch of great food, excellent beverages, coffee and tea. Our Check was surprisly moderate for such great service. What a wonderful experience. I would recommend this cafe to my best friends. Thanks for the memory Cafe Campagne.
Had s very nice lunch of quiche du jour( ...
Had s very nice lunch of quiche du jour(asparagus) , asparagus soup and lovely rose from Provence. Really like that everything is so fresh
Could have had asparagus ice cream ! Who knew. That's what you get when asparagus is in season.
Would definitely return here when I'm in Seattle.
Great Service, location and food
My wife and I really enjoyed our dinner. The restaurant is right on Post Alley in the market so on a nice day many people stroll by. We had the trout dinner and it was delicious.
I had the chocolate mousse and it was perhaps the best I have ever had!
We would go there again.
Favorite happy hour spot
I've always enjoyed going to cafe campagne. I especially enjoy making their happy hour as it's difficult, as a working person, to make the 6-4 time slot. I appreciate that there are items on the HH menu that aren't on the regular dinner menu. The ambiance is always pleasant and reminds me of being in Europe but with the comfort and friendliness of home.
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