Saturday, April 07, 2007

Seattle Sipsters celebrate Easter “a la CAMPAGNE

One may expect that in the Land of The Liquid Muse, brunch means one thing… free license to drink in the morning. However, any true “gourmande” knows that nothing complements champagne before noon like a sumptuous feast.

This Sunday, April 8, Seattle based food-lovers and Francophiles flock to Campagne, which opens its doors for one of two brunches per year (Easter and Mother’s Day). Chef
Daisley Gordonwill's Fête de Pâques features: Oeufs à la truffes (truffled eggs); house-smoked salmon; saucisson d'agneau (lamb and sweetbread sausage) and house-made Dungeness crab quiche. (Trés yummy!) Café Campagne also serves the regular brunch menu until 4pm.

Joyeux Pâques, Seattle!

1 comment:

Deb said...

Damn! I was just up there! Anything you recommend in Portland?
I'm heading to Boston next Sat., my man is running the marathon. Any suggestions on low key places I just have to hit?