Creamy leek-potato soup garnished with crispy jambon de Bayonne
It may be a first: a Swiss wine is coming to the wine list at Le Pichet. Wine Director Joanne Herron says that Swiss wines are rare in the U.S. because the majority of wine produced in Switzerland is consumed locally and never leaves the country. Here is a rare chance to try some for yourself! (btw pretty label, no?)
Every Monday – Thursday from 3 – 5pm
Enjoy any Bottle from our Wine List
at take-out prices while dining-in!
Bottles starting at $15
Wine-friendly snacks at Happy Hour prices
Every Tuesday, make your choice of 2 or 3 courses from our
Prix Fixe menu at special low prices
Lunch 11:30am to 3pm, 2 courses $15 / 3 courses $20
Dinner 5:30 to 10pm, 2 courses $24 / 3 courses $30
Did you notice the new deck surface on the outside seating area at Café Presse. Solid cedar. We couldn’t be more proud! And just in time for Spring!
Pureed soup of roasted butternut squash and honeycrisp apples, garnished with chèvre crème fraîche. Miam Maim!
Tonight’s Lundi Vert special at Café Presse: Tartine of grilled country bread spread with fresh goat’s cheese, topped with a sauté of portobello mushrooms, celery root, red onions and garlic, served with a salad of frisée and chives with champagne vinaigrette
Ah, it still gives us a warm feeling 6 months later! This photo of the World Champion 2018 French National Team, which now has a home on the wall near the back room at Café Presse, is the center fold-out from a copy of French newspaper L’Equipe.
Pithivier, also know as Galette de Rois in France, is a traditional dessert make with sweetened puff pastry filled with almond cream, then baked to golden brown. Although it is famously served in France on January 6th to celebrate the 12th day of Christmas, we love it all year long because it is so good! Now at Le Pichet, while it lasts, try the version made by our pastry chef Drake Jones. Drake flavors the filling with a little rum and serves the galette with vanilla creme anglais. Yummy!