Ring in 2021 with our festive New Year’s Eve Take-out Dinner designed to serve two. This special 4-course meal features favorite dishes from Cafe Presse’s menu and includes a demi-baguette from Grand Central Bakery.
Each meal also comes with party hats, noisemakers and confetti so you will be ready to fête the New Year at midnight. Why not customize your meal by adding a bottle of red, white or sparkling wine?
Pick up at Café Presse between 5pm and 8pm on Thursday 12/31/20 . Orders must be placed by 5pm on Sunday 12/27/20.
New Year’s Eve Menu for Two : $70
Assiette de charcuterie Chef’s selection of house-made and artisan cured meats, served with cornichons and Dijon mustard
Salade de chicorée au bleu d’Auvergne et aux noix Curly endive tossed with mustard-champagne vinaigrette, toasted walnuts and bleu cheese
Poulet rôti, pommes frites et mayonnaise Whole Washington State natural free-range chicken, roasted to your order, with pommes frites and mayonnaise
Marquise au chocolat Dense chocolate mousse terrine served with red wine-cherry compote and chocolate-cinnamon whipped cream
This Thanksgiving, Café Presse will be closed for dine-in. But we are preparing a French take on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner, featuring our famous whole roasted WA State free-range chicken. All dishes are fully cooked. Choose to pick up your meal either hot and ready-to-eat OR ready for you to reheat, including simple reheating instructions. AND why not add a bottle of wine to your dinner?
Available for Take-Out only, to pick up at Café Presse Thursday 11/26/20 between 2pm and 5pm. Orders must be reserved by 2pm on Monday 11/23/20.
Dinner for Two : $70
Poulet rôti Washington State free-range natural chicken roasted to order with butter and sea salt.
Ecrasée de pommes de terre au thym et aux oignons Yukon Gold potatoes crushed with thyme, caramelized onions and butter
Sauce velouté au fond de volaille Creamy chicken gravy finished with crème fraiche
Haricots verts sautés au gras du canard aux échalotes Green beans roasted with duck fat and topped with crispy shallots
Sauce aux canneberges a l’orange Cranberry compote made with orange zest, cinnamon stick and bay leaf
Tarte aux noix Caramelized mixed nut tart served with whipped cream
Clearly 2020 has been a year unlike any other, so our annual cafe-style Fête de Beaujolais Nouveau at Le Pichet just wont be possible this year. But we still want to welcome the first wine of the year!
Thursday November 19, 2020 join us at Café Presse and Le Pichet
2020 Beaujolais Nouveau, by the glass, pichet or bottle (supply is limited this year so come early!)
Le Pichet and Café Presse are proud to offer this special Beaujolais Régional menu Thursday November 19th, 2020 in honor of the arrival of the Beaujolais Nouveau. This menu will be available in addition to our regular menu and while supplies last.
Menu Régional de Beaujolais – 3 courses $40
Escargots à la bourguignonne 6 Burgundy snails baked with butter, air cured ham, garlic, parsley and Cognac (not available for take-out) $14
Saucisse-aligot Pan roasted pork-smoked duck sausage served with Auvergnat-style fromage-potato purée, grain mustard jus and collards braised with apples $20
Bugnes Lyonnais Crispy spice-dough fritters served with red wine poached pears and whipped cream $8
Reserve your table now! Le Pichet 206.256.1499 Cafe Presse 206.709.764
Caramels are back at Le Pichet! Our house-made salted butter caramels are made with cream, local organic honey, butter and sea salt and are individually hand wrapped. Now available by the piece or in a 12 piece gift box! Enjoy them at Le Pichet or take some home (or have them delivered!) to your house.
Covid has changed a lot of things, one of which was that we at Le Pichet stopped making breakfast pastries because our limited hours did not include breakfast time.
But now that we are open at 10am, we have heard from a lot of you that you miss the croissants, pain au chocolats and brioche we used to make. As a first step in that directions, we are now, once again, making our fresh brioche each morning! We are only making a few each day right now but will increase as demand increases!
Is there anything better than warm brioche and butter?
You asked and we listened…Raclette Savoyarde is back at Café Presse!
As featured on the Food Networks “The Best thing I Ever Ate”, our raclette features raw milk mountain cheese from the French Alps, melted in a skillet and served with steamed yellow potatoes, cornichons, pickled onions, 2 kinds of ham and dried sausages.
And for non meat-eaters, we also offer a vegetarian version served with sliced winter pears, apples and walnuts.
The only question left is whether you’re a person who dips their potatoes in the cheese or a person who pours the cheese over the potatoes (count me as “pours” every time)