The Woman’s World Cup kicks off on June 7th and its gonna be epic!
Whether you follow current cup-holders USA in their quest for back-to-back World Cup titles…Or root for host team France as they try to become the first country ever to be both Men’s and Women’s World Cup Champions at the same time…Or if you have your own favorite side…Café Presse will show every match.
Plus we will showevery USA and every France match live. Check out our website for details and full match calendar.
Cafe Presse also has spring desserts! Check out these great new inspirations from pastry chef Allyson Lanter. And of course we still have our traditional French sundae La Dame Blanche, as well as chocolat chaud, house made caramels, ice creams and sorbets.
Here at Cafe Presse, we are feeling very proud of our new Spring menu 2019 which started last Thursday, 4/4. Chef de cuisine James O’Hern has designed menu full of dishes that feature first of the season veggies and lighter preparations that satisfy that spring longing to shake off winter. Enjoy!
The ingredients for our rillettes de porc, served at both Le Pichet and Café Presse: Berkshire Farms pork shoulder, carrots, onions, garlic, thyme and bay leaf. Add fat (we use duck fat) and a lot of time slow cooking and the rillettes are almost finished. The cooked pork is mixed with the cooking fat, salt and spices, then cooled and cut. Miam Maim.
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?)
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