Monthly Archives: April 2010

Caffe Vita Supports Seattle Restaurant Week!

| April 19, 2010

Caffe Vita is supporting this year’s Seattle Restaurant Week, Seattle’s largest dining celebration, organized by The Seattle Restaurant Cooperative and the Seattle Times. SRW takes place April 18th – April 29th available Sunday thru Thursday at over 100 restaurants around the city. Restaurants will be serving special three-course dinners for $25.

We will be out dining around the city this this week and hope you will join us!

For more information click here.

Vita Public Brewing School: April and May Dates Announced!

| April 7, 2010

Caffe Vita’s Public Brewing School would like to announce new upcoming sessions where you can further your knowledge of coffee brewing methods including the use of Vita Pour Over, French Press, Vacuum Pot, Bialetti and more.

PBS is a free class which takes place once a month at unique locations within the City of Seattle.

Upcoming Class Sessions:

· Saturday, April 24th. Capitol Hill Caffe Vita @10am
· Saturday, May 15th. Capitol Hill Caffe Vita @10am
· Sunday, April 25th. Bellevue Whole Foods @11am

To Register Please Contact:
Andy@caffevita.com // 206.709.4449 *177

Seattle Times dishes up their opinion in celebration of Spring just in time for Easter Meals.

| April 3, 2010
Café Campagne

1600 Post Alley (Pike Place Market), Seattle, 206-728-2233; http://www.cafecampagne.com/

Brunch hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays

Other French restaurants can only dream of such surroundings — the call of fishmongers and fruit sellers, the sight of cheesemakers and croissant bakers. This Post Alley province of le petit déjeuner has all that and more. Stop into the bar for a light repast: a flute of true Champagne to sip while nibbling on a pan-bagnat. Or relax at cafe tables, elbow-to-elbow with Market denizens delving into brunch classics like Mr. and Mrs. Croque or a wedge of quiche du jour. Is that a breeze rushing by the sidewalk tables? Ward off the chill with cassoulet spooned from its bubbling cocotte by a white apron-clad waiter, or revel in poached oeufs en meurette — its bacon- and foie gras-infused sauce a rich dip for a haystack of finely cut frites.

Tilth
1411 N. 45th St., Seattle, 206-633-0801, http://www.tilthrestaurant.com/
Brunch hours: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays
Point your compass northwest and behold brunch in a Wallingford bungalow born as a bow to organics. The cockeyed optimist who owns this homey haute-elle is a James Beard award-winner whose mini duck burgers hold signature status on the seasonal menu. The house relies on sous-vide cookery to concentrate flavors and on area foragers, fishers, farmers and ranchers for local ingredients. Among them: the wild mushrooms folded into your omelet, the smoked salmon starring in your hash and eggs, and the dried fruit dappling your muesli. And — my country ’tis of thee, indeed! — that’s Skagit County chicken flavoring the surprisingly light gravy that smothers homemade cheddar biscuits, and it’s a dish that had me crowing all day.