Cool. Nothing pisses me off quite like bars that charge twice as much for wine as they do for beer.
Those Le Pichet folks really don't like vegetarians much. I thought this new place might be more vegetarian-friendly, but no.
Those Le Pichet folks really don't like vegetarians much...I thought this new place might be more veg-friendly, being on the Hill, but no
I can't wait to go!
@2/3 - Looks like plenty of veggie options. Sure, no entrees, but you could make an awesome meal out of the smaller plates they offer. I'd prefer that over just one entree, anyway.
Cafe Presse, Lark, and Spiga.
Bistro go bye-bye.
neat menu! does that commenter 'Comte' come with that one meal? he hee har!
seriously though, does the newsstand carry hustler?
The French never have (and never will) cater to vegetarians. Fuck 'em and their pasty bellies and clogged arteries.
Soccer on the weekend? Whee! And I can't believe they don't carry Paris Match.
Also at least I know where to go to get steak tartare now! If I wanted it...
Must you ruin this CD-wide day of celebration?
I gotta agree with @ 8...it isn't so much Le Pichet hating on the vegetarians as it is the French hating on them.
Le Pichet rocks and I am excited about Presse.
And for fantastic vegetarian fare, check out Cafe Flora.
My comment about the French was bitchy and mostly unrelated to Presse, which I'm sure is charming and trim. My ire is fueled by my mother repeatedly dragging the entire family to visit her most recent crush, Cafe Campagne, which also doesn't have a single damned vegan thing for me on the menu. Also, greasy, bacon-wrapped, French-ish food seems to be the staple at new bars and bistros all of a sudden. Seattle menus are sliding backward, health-wise.
Excellent! And if vegs aren't happy so much the better. I prefer to eat vegs.
I ate there 20 minutes ago. The falafel fritters were excellent, and so was the grilled sardine sandwich and the frites -- all vegetarian!
Service was excellent too.
Sardines are a hell of a plant, aren't they?
Judah - can I think "mackerel" when someone says "sardine", or should I just think of the most common TYPE of mackerel? Say, like a tuna, or a mackerel.
Non. Les Français sont beaucoup de choses, mais nous ne sommes pas des cannibales.
"greasy, bacon-wrapped, French-ish food seems to be the staple at new bars and bistros all of a sudden. Seattle menus are sliding backward, health-wise."
Luckily, those of us with Gallic genes can handle this fat-sodden cuisine with narry a care in the world for our squeaky-clean arteries.
As for the rest of you, well you just takes your chances...
My favorite vegetarian dish, is salad with seafood on it.
In France that's vegetarian.
And, this does relate to my statement that I prefer to eat vegetarians ... well, at least women.
@17 (@7): Oui, mais quand les Francais disont de manger les vegetaux, les hommes veux dire les actions avec des femmes.
vegetarian sardines. hmmm....even Morningstar hasn't come up with that yet
Well, if it's any consolation, I'm not personally convinced most of what's in a Gorton's Fish Stick (tm) is actually fish...
anyone know if they have wi-fi?
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