Friday, September 28, 2012

Happy Hour at Cafe Campagne

Tonight my husband and I dined outside on the patio at Cafe Campagne in Pike Place Market.  It's still September and that often means Indian summer so why not take advantage of this beautiful weather and eat outside.  This was our first time to Cafe Campagne, a french cafe located in Post Alley. 

The text below is taken off their website:

The Heart of France in the Heart of Seattle

Since 1994, Café Campagne has built a regional and national reputation as Seattle’s foremost classic French restaurant. Located just along the historic Post Alley of the Pike Place Market we offer a dining experience that is familiar in its service of authentic culinary preparations. Our service of traditional foods and ambiance conjure up relaxing memories of Continental dining in all-day Brasserie style setting. Whether you have a full lunch or dinner, week-end brunch or opt for a quick service mid-afternoon coffee, we address equally the needs of leisure, business and special occasion clientele.
Our authentic expressions of regional French cooking feature food and beverage parings, while reflecting a respect for local products and personal comforts from highly professionalized service ethics.
In contrast with the more playful and urbane French fare offered upstairs at Marché Bistro and Wine Bar, opened in October 2011 in the former Campagne Restaurant site, Café Campagne promises to ensure the satisfaction of diners with varying levels of familiarity with French foods. Come share in our ongoing commitment to living the pleasures of a well-crafted life!

2011 & 2010 – Voted Best French by Evening Magazine

The voters have spoken and the results are in. The KING5 Best of Western Washington features more than 20,813 businesses competing for title of Western Washington’s best.

After reading their website, I thought why not?  We did the happy hour and loved it.  The wine is only about three bucks and I had heard the lamb sliders for two bucks are the hit. 

I got a glass of Bordeaux and my husband got a glass of Cote de Rhone.  We people watched and sipped out wine and waited for our fromage (cheese) to arrive. 


Before we knew it, we were munching on our cheese with a baguette and house-made fruit confiture(jam).




 Off the Happy Hour Menu we also selected the Pomme Frites to share and then we each ordered two Petit Burger D'agneau's, mini lamb burgers. 


The lamb burgers were delicious because of the rosemary seasoning which gave the burgers a kick of flavor. 


Cafe Campagne is located at 1600 Post Alley in Seattle.
For more about Cafe Campagne go to http://www.cafecampagne.com. Cafe Campagne on Urbanspoon

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