Get Gussied Up for French Dining at Campagne
I'll admit it, I'm a sucker for great foie gras and Burgundian pinot noir, both of which have been know to skew my bias for a place. Campagne provides a quaint dining space near the Pike Place Market that is worthy of a special occasion meal. It serves up all sorts of French deliciousness, from the aforementioned to a roasted rack of lamb with a hearty mustard crust, to duck confit sauteed with savoy and cabbage, to roasted veal sweetbreads. And the sommelier will quickly discern your taste for wine and recommend an outstanding bottle; for my party, it was 3 amazing bottles of premier cru Gevrey-Chambertin.
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Curator Ryan Snyder
Ryan was raised in a funeral home, and consequently takes everything too seriously. Especially food. He doesn’t shy away from smoking 25 pounds of pork belly, nor from undertaking an intense year of “study” sessions to become a certified sommelier. He writes about charcuterie on Meat Club, and hosts recipes with his venture Foodgeeks.Say hey hey on twitter » @ryansnyder