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!
Summer Brunch: Memorial day to Labor day: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 8am-4pm
Lunch: Monday to Friday Day after Labor day 10am-4pm
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 4pm-6pm
Dinner: Monday-Thursday 5pm-10pm
Friday & Saturday 5:30-10pm
CLOSED: November 23rd, Thanksgiving Day
December 24th, Christmas Eve evening
December 25th, Christmas Day
January 1st, New Years Day
16th Annual Bastille Day: July 14th
My friend and I have birthdays a few days apart so we have been coming to the Café for about 3 years now. We enjoy the food but wish the salad that comes with the entrees would have consisted of something more besides greens. Perhaps a couple small tomatoes, cucumber slices or croutons. The sherry dressing is very good but the salad is very plain. Also, would like to see a few more items on the menu.
Nice little spot in the Pike Place Market. Food was absolutely delicious! Will return. Waiter was attentive and friendly.
One of my favorite restaurants, always have to go here for breakfast because they have the best omelette ever!!! I compare every other omelette to the one at Cafe Campagne and they are never as good. Love the staff, ambience and especially the food.
As always, great service and food.
Good was a bit cold but otherwise was ok. Nothing special.
Food was good after we had to have it sent back 3x for various issues (raw eggs, cold food, same cold and soggy toast sent out 2x). Our server was delightful and we enjoyed her company and service quite a lot! However...everyone else working were rude and had a bad attitude, ranging from eye rolls to asking “really?!” In a sarcastic tone of voice when we asked to have a sunny side up egg cooked for just a minute longer because the white was still completely raw. Server was amazing though! But the other 4 staff members we interacted with had terrible attitudes, and we had to ask way too many times (with terrible reception) to have our food cooked more or parts remade so it was okay to eat.
Food took disappointingly long to arrive and some dishes were cold. Otherwise excellent.
This is the second time we have been there. Once for dinner and this time for brunch. Both times the ambience was the best part of the experience. Food is very mediocre. Other than the location which is great, I would never come back for a meal.
The food at Cafe Campagne is always exceptional & our waiter with the purple hair was outstanding. We had out of town guests, and we all loved our evening. A go to place for us. Thank you.
out of 3 orders, one was decent and two were pretty bad, the croque monsieur and the croque madame. Way too much cheese (And not that good of a cheese) completely overpowered the rest of the sandwich - could not taste the ham. Bread was white bread not really cooked. Fairly hard to screw up a croque monsieur, but at $16+ should be much better than that.
And room was quite noisy, a few very loud customers made it not that much to be there.
I really like Café Campagne and visit regularly -- at least once a month for brunch/lunch. It can sometimes feel a little crowded and can get noisy, but that is part of the ambience. The food is always really good. Not a place for people with hearing issues, though.
First time for brunch--everything was delicious! The three of us shared several dishes. My favorite was the crab quiche AND the French toast. Service was good. One of the best restaurants in Seattle. Ask for Corianna.
Food was delish.
But... space between tables is small. Makes it feel crowded. Noise level is a little higher than I wanted. Service is nice but slow, not super efficient. Our server came to our table to but would never leave with our empty glasses or plates.
The food and location are their saving grace.
My wife and I decided to go “light” after a late afternoon of chowder so we ordered 2 aps ahd split entree.
Aps excellent, esp the crab on avocado($25). entree was steak frittes but it never came.
Server blamed chef. Manager was”told” but never visited us.Finally, server brought an undercooked tough
piece of meat. Server told us she would pay for the entree on her own so it was finally remover from check.
So bottom line:bad servive and food.
I am never disappointed at Cafe Campagne. All of the items we ordered were delightful--the calamari appetizer, pomme frites, pasta, cocktails and fabulous chocolate mousse dessert--the best I've had in a restaurant. Our dinner overlapped happy hour on a week night, so we enjoyed extra special service from our waiter. We will return next time we're in Seattle.
This was absolutely amazing! I truly felt I was in a French bistro and the food was DELICIOUS! The French Onion Soup and Sipping Chocolate took me back to the fond food memories of Paris!
Absolutely wonderful meal and service! 💗
We eat in Cafe Campagne often. Food is delicious and feeling is similar to a French bistro!
Perfect breakfast spot. All the energy of Pike Place Market, but slightly removed from the chaos. Varied menu. Outstanding service.
What a wonderful dinner we had here! The escargot and French onion soup were both delicious, and the servers were delightful. It was exactly what we were looking for. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Fabulous French eatery with great presentation and very tasty food.
Have been to the cafe a dozen times over the last 5-6 years. The level of the entire experience is well below their heyday. I had party of three and a reservation. We were seated promptly (although the hostess informed us that she was "sticking you over here") and provided with glasses of water. Everything went downhill from there. We actually had waters refilled before our server showed up (10 minutes later) informing us that she was sorry that she was "late for dinner". OK, we rolled with it. We go through an hour and 30 minute process with dishes that don't show up on time, empty glasses, and terrible attention to detail or attention to anything for that matter. We finish our meal, they bus the table and we sit for more that 20 minutes waiting for our server to return, no drinks, no waters, nothing. The place wasn't even that busy, only a handful of tables inside and open tables on the patio. No excuses. My observation, the only guy hustling in the whole place was an older gentlemen I'd peg in his 60s. The rest of the staff were more concerned with chatting with one another and what appeared to be a table of people that our server knew. Most of them in their 20s, but this isn't a complaint about youth, it's about the fact that no one was watching the floor and managing the operation while we were there. The manager who came out to talk to us was clueless about the goings on and the performance. They missed a number of things and not once did anyone come over to discuss the problems with us, until we requested the manager.
The manager did apologize and comp our drinks and I appreciate that.
Bottom line, used to be a great place with really good food, atmosphere and service. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case these days. Will probably give them another try, but I can't recommend them now. So sad....
Went for brunch on Father’s Day. Crab quiche is amazing! Don’t miss the pomme frites or creme brûlée. Fantastic service, very friendly server.
always good. Very consistent. Fun place.
Sat at the bar and had Chad for our server. The food we had was just wonderful, escargot to start and a traditional fall of the bone duck confit accompanied by some golden skillet potatoes. The cocktail I wanted wasn't available due to one of the ingredients not available, but the bartender made one very similar, minus the Cherry Heering, that was just excellent. I will definitely go back next time I'm in Seattle. I do prefer the bar sitting rather than the little tables they have for two. I do not like sitting facing a wall or a window with a none view, so the bar will be my choice.
Service was excellent. Food was delicious.
We had a delicious Sunday breakfast that included a seasonal avocado/asparagus toast that was delicious. Our server discovered we were heading to France shortly and invited the wine director to come to our table and give suggestions. What a wonderful experience!
Brunch before Pikes market
Sunday brunch, service was very good, eggs with sausage and baguette was perfect.
French bistro food; very well prepared. The calamari appetizer was outstanding; as were the Coq au'Vin and the Duck Confit. The Escargots are great... If you've never tried them; the way they are prepared here will make you a believer (a little too much butter, but hey!). Only regret is I don't get there often enough...
Our favorite place to be when we want to be back in Paris!
Still no trout on the menu. In fact, no fish at all available as they were out of salmon at 7 p.m. on a Monday in an uncrowded restaurant. "Salad" of avocado, asparagus and crab sounded yummy but turned out to be a mushy, bland dish that three of us could not finish it was so tasteless and boring. Disappointing experience in a restaurant that can, and needs to, do better.
I have eaten the crab quiche before and it was delivious but this time there was no real visible crab or crab flavor, just mostly onions. My friend had the nicoise salad which she said was nothing special. We were not served bread until we asked. We waited 15 min to give our order and over 20 min to be served. It would have been nice to munch in some bread while we waited.
The over experience was great. Their food, service and ambience is on point.
The food was delicious, the service was great and the ambiance was perfect for my business lunch meeting!
We've been here a few times and each experience was exceptionally good. The food is authentic, top quality and creative. The service is friendly and attentive, at the same time allowing for a leisurely meal. I would highly recommend Cafe Campagne for any meal or occasion.
There is only one cautionary piece of advice. It is a busy place, and if you happen to be seated along a thoroughfare, it could be tough with the volume of people passing by you.
Best Croquettes we ever had! Everything delicious. Set outside and people watch.
Great Service. Wonderful food and a wonderful place to get away from the craziness of the Pike St. Public Market.
The photo is of my amazing deconstructed salad Nicoise with tapenade toasts.
Good food well prepared The restaurant is noisy inside making it a little hard to talk. Overall a nice venue at a market price.
We met family from in-town and out-of-town. Wonderful meal, especially the coq au vin! Excellent service