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Cafe Campagne

  • 1600 Post Alley Map It
  • Downtown
  • French
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 02/27/2017

Fodor's Review

Editor's Note: This location is no longer in operation.

The white walls, picture windows, pressed linens, fresh flowers, and candles at charming French restaurant Campagne—which overlooks Pike Place Market and Elliott Bay—evoke Provence. So does the robust French country fare, with starters such as grilled housemade merguez sausage, pork rillettes, and potato gnocchi with braised artichokes and black truffle butter. Main plates include pork short ribs with onion, raisin, and tomato compote; steamed mussels with expertly prepared pommes frites; and Oregon beef rib-eye with parsley-crusted marrow bones. Campagne is open only for dinner, but downstairs, the equally charming (some would say even more lovely and authentic) Café Campagne serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. The café is an exceptional place for a satisfying weekend brunch before hitting Pike Place Market on foot. Try the impeccable quiche du jour with green salad; poached eggs with pearl onions, bacon, and champignons; or Brioche French toast—plus a big bowl of café au lait.

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Inn at the Market, 1600 Post Alley, Seattle, Washington, 98101, USA

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Published 02/27/2017


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