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Café Presse and Le Pichet have both been nominated for awards in the Seattle Magazine Best Restaurants Readers Poll 2018. Both are nominated in the Best French Restaurant category and Café Presse is also nominated for Best Late-Night Dining. If … Continue reading
Here is a link to a Washington Post article entitled “If you can only eat three meals in Seattle, make sure they’re here”. Spoiler alert, Café Presse is one of them!
Check out this recent article in The Stranger about our pommes frites at Café Presse.
Thanks to Seattle Magazine for honoring Le Pichet in its 2016 Best Restaurants Edition, available now. They named us: “Very Best Restaurant” Critics Choice Award “Best French Food” Readers Choice Award And thanks to our fantastic staff who do such … Continue reading
This week, Seattle Metropolitan magazine published its list of Seattle’s five indispensable restaurants, the restaurants that are “so distinctive and so essential—we would not be the same without them”. Among them…Cafe Presse. Thanks guys! Check out the article here.
Both Le Pichet and Café Presse have, once again, been nominated for Best French Restaurant in the King 5 “Best of Western Washington” 2015 poll. If you agree, be sure to visit the King 5 site and make your opinion … Continue reading
During a recent interview on radio station KPLU, host Dick Stein asked former Seattle Times food writer Nancy Leson what would constitute her perfect Valentine’s Day dinner. Her reply? Roasted chicken from Le Pichet or Cafe Presse. Well Nancy, your … Continue reading
If you were asking yourself “Hey, isn’t that Café Presse on the cover of last Friday’s Weekend Plus section of the Seattle Times”, why yes it is, thanks for noticing. Check out the article from Friday October 3, 2014.
Thanks to Flipkey.com / Trip Advisor for including Cafe Presse on their recent list of “10 Best Sports Bars in the U.S. to watch the World Cup”. Not sure, but Cafe Presse may be the only French bar / cafe … Continue reading
Café Presse has been picked to be a part of the new season of “Check, Please” on KCTS, Seattle’s PBS station. If you haven’t seen the show before, basically it works like this: Three local food lovers are picked to … Continue reading