We miss seeing you at our little place in the market. We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy.
Following the stay-at-home mandate, we've decided to test the waters of take-away food & beverage.
For the upcoming Mother's Day weekend, we are offering a limited menu of Cafe favorites to help in your celebration. We will evaluate the response and hopefully offer more items for future weekends. Please keep up with us through our Instagram and Facebook sites.
Café Campagne has been charming visitors and locals since 1994. The menu highlights the classics--Steak Frites, Oeufs en Meurette, Duck Confit, Salade Nicoise, Cassoulet--pairing perfectly with our wine list of a wide variety of French selections alongside local superstars.
Stop by for brunch on Saturday & Sundays, a night out under the iconic Pike Place Market sign, or a small bite for happy hour on our patio. A Parisian café tucked into Pike Place Market’s Post Alley, not to be missed!
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Crispy duck leg confit served with thyme skillet potatoes.
French Onion Soup
Grilled, served with balsamic onions, roasted red peppers, garlic aioli & pommes frites.
Always great! We keep coming back to Cafe Campagne and with the unfortunate virus crisis it was wide open. We'll do take out to help support if they close for the quarantine.
Wonderful brunch! Food is consistently delicious and the staff are always on point. A favorite restaurant in Seattle.
We enjoyed a marvelous lunch at the counter, with great service by Kalen!
The duck comfit was perfect, crispy skin and moist inside, my husband had the cassoulet and brought part of it home for a second great meal. The service was attentive and they had good suggestions. We are planning to return soon.
It's hard to get decent French Bistro food in the Puget Sound. Fortunately; Cafe Campagne EXISTS IN SEATTLE! Well cooked; 90% authentic; and the service is impeccable... GO! You won't regret it.
We went for Quiche but they were out of all Quiche and all bakery goods. Had cassoulet
that was good--as always. The service was mediocre. I have had better service there before. This was an off experience. This is normally one of my favorite restaurants around the Market.
Brunch is always fantastic! Service would be 5 stars, if the front desk would be more proactive greeting guests as they come in.
Good service and steak tartar. Tables near the door are drafty.
Food was very good.
Paul, our waitperson, very personable/professional.
Will be back!
Brunch transport to Paris. We enjoyed the atmosphere, waiter, food and drink. The custom coffee blend is rich and satisfying.
Our French onion soup appetizer was forgotten and brought after dinner was served. This was my only complaint. The food was delicious as always!
Wonderful duck confit and cabbage salad!
We found this little gem the last trip we took to Seattle back in 2018. We went back on this trip out and were not disappointed. The food was amazing, the ambiance was so quaint, and the service incredible. We will be back again the next time we find ourselves in Seattle WA. Thank you !
A brilliant combination of poor service and barely inedible food drags the once hallowed Campagne restaurant deeper into the dustbin of 1980's and '90's Seattle culinary history. We ordered three lunch entrees and a side for three people. The server got 3 of the 4 orders wrong, but did so quite slowly to heighten the frustration. Service continued at a languid, incompetent pace from beginning to end, although our obviously inexperienced wait person was kind enough and smiled, and the ambience in the middle of the Market is nice, so if you had an americano and croissant and didn't have any place better to be and weren't in a rush it would be lovely. My Dungeness crab quiche had a custard-like creaminess, but was very light on so-called crab meat. My wife's soup of the day -- dumplings in soup -- involved a couple of flavorless doughy balls and some green tinted water for broth. She barely ate it and regretted she did not send it back. Ditto for our friend. Another highlight was the fresh french bread and butter. Alas, we have moved on and shall not visit this establishment again, and but for the unwitting tourists, I assume it will wither and die and a better use will be found for a lovely little corner restaurant in an ideal location on Post Alley.
Cafe Campagne has been my very favorite lunch/breakfast (and sometimes dinner) spot in Seattle for more than 2 decades. I can't even count the number of times I've been here for birthdays and meetings and visits with out-of-towners, and just-because lunches - and all the friends and family and professional colleagues I've had join me. I've never had an experience that wasn't fabulous - until yesterday. It wasn't horrible by any means, but since Open Table asked... our service wasn't up to par. Of all the amazing restaurants in Seattle, I suggested CC for lunch with my LA agent for her first visit to Seattle. I had requested my favorite table in the reservation and sure enough, we were seated there (thank you!). But, when the young man who was our server looked at me and said, "And the gentleman will have?" - and I am very much female, there's seriously no question - things got weird. He caught himself right away and was super embarrassed, apologizing for the mistake - I guess he was just on autopilot? Then when I asked for the wine-by-the-glass menu a bit later while I picked out a wine, I didn't see him for a good 20 minutes (someone else brought our lunch). When I did see him, I had to wave him down to finally order that glass of wine and hand him back the menu. He'd forgotten. Then, we were left for quite some time after we'd finished our meals, plates still on the table, and my agent had to leave to catch a flight. Since she was paying, she caught our server's attention by showing him her credit card and it seems, sadly, this offended all the staff for some reason. We received no "thank you", no "enjoy your day" as we left - just tight-lipped faces and eyes averted when they came to pick up our plates and deliver the receipt, etc. Honestly, I was kind of shocked. And embarrassed. I've never had that kind of treatment here in more than 20 years! I will try not to let it tarnish my love for CC, but I thought you should know.
Fabulous service with great menu recommendations.
The table next to us was so loud that we couldn't have a conversation! Our intention to order mussels and pomme frites (shown on online menu) was thwarted by a change of menu due to Valentine's weekend. Sadly disappointed by a very special place.
The Cassoulet is to die for. You must order it if it’s available!
Fantastic. Wonderful food, service beyond the call, warm and friendly decor.
The food is absolutely superb! Service is great! The food is amazing! Coco was our server and she was a delight! Will going every time we are in Seattle!
The food was mostly delicious (one appetizer was not up to expectations, salads and mains were great), service was surprisingly good for a busy Valentine's Day. We will go back for brunch soon.
Cafe Campagne has THE best, most authentic cassoulet in town. Multiple meats cooked with beans and served in a crock with excellent seasonings. Also the French Onion soup was loaded with onions topped with gooey cheese on bread. Very very good!! Service was excellent as well. Our favorite French place! Still miss the upstairs Campagne restaurant.
We had one of the best meals in memory, enhanced by attentive and very professional service, the spacious, cozy back room, and Campagne's lively location in the Pike Place Market. Surprisingly, it was less expensive than I would have estimated given the quality of every dish.