Tag Archives: Nice Publicity
Zagat is big on big cuts of meat. The proof is a series of recent articles featuring restaurant meat dishes from around the country sized for the Paleolithic man in all of us (check out these Zagat articles on Houston, … Continue reading
Remember a post I wrote in January about making cauliflower gratin at the house in Orthez? In that post, I mentioned that my inspiration for making that dish at that moment was a discussion with food writer Nancy Leson on … Continue reading
The Seattle Times calls Vin Expresse, Cafe Presse’s Paris-style happy hour “the best kept Happy Hour secret on Capitol Hill”…read the article here.
Check out this week’s edition of the Stranger and the Stranger Suggests column; Managing editor Bethany Jean Clement recommends Vin Expresse at Cafe Presse, everyday between 4pm and 6pm. Of course we agree. Bottles of wine between $8 and $14…$1.50 … Continue reading
Last Tuesday afternoon, June 18, 2013, Cafe Presse hosted what we hope will be the first in a series of meetings to discuss Initiative 522, which will be on the ballot in Washington State in November of 2013. I522 would … Continue reading
Le Pichet and Cafe Presse Chickens are Tops You may have caught the photo of Le Pichet’s Poulet Roti on the cover of the Friday Weekend Entertainment section of the Seattle Times on May 3rd, 2013 (see above if you … Continue reading
Word is out: Next Monday, February 4, 2013, at 9pm the Travel Channel will air an episode of Anthony Boudain’s “The Layover” in which Tony visits Seattle. The show spent 5 – 6 hours filming at Le Pichet last July, … Continue reading
The Seattle Weekly’s 2012 “Best of Seattle” awards are out and Cafe Presse is among the recipients. The Weekly named Cafe Presse Seattle’s “Best Late Night Dining” restaurant. Check out the article here.
The Travel Channel show “The Layover” rolled into Le Pichet last Thursday for 2 hours of filming in support of a Seattle episode to be aired in Fall 2012. Here are a couple photos: The filming mainly centered around Le … Continue reading
A recent web article by Seattle Weekly food critic Hanna Raskin proposes to sort out once and for all the question of who makes the best French onion soup in Seattle. After what (one can only assume) was an exhaustive … Continue reading