French Restaurants in Mercer Island


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  • Joe's Bar
    Joe Bar: A User's Guide Coffee from Local Roasters | Crepes and Paninis | Local Artwork | Wine and Beer | Outdoor Seating Sample Menu Crepe: serrano ham, egg, and gruyere cheese Panini: wine-cured salami, gruyère cheese, and roasted red peppers Drink: coffee sourced from the independent Seattle roaster, Fonté Where to Sit: When the weather is nice, try to snag a coveted outdoor table. When it's rainy, cozy up at one of the second-floor tables overlooking the rest of the café. The Vibe: The small size of the shop makes it a popular place for quiet activities such as reading, studying, and folding leftover crepes into origami. When to Go: Coffee and pastries such as muffins and cookies are served at all hours, but the kitchen stops making crepes and paninis earlier in the evening. While You’re Waiting: Admire the café’s collection of artwork. It’s a result of the One-Eared Rabbit Collaborative, Joe Bar’s initiative to showcase the works of a different artist on the second Thursday of each month. Pieces can range from paintings to woodblock prints.
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    810 E Roy St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Le Pichet
    Le Pichet Seated on the front patio of Le Pichet, you can almost hear the waves lapping against the shore of Elliot Bay. The café is located mere blocks from Seattle’s waterfront, which means it’s also right next door to Pike Place Market. And yet, despite their proximity to one of the world’s most renowned fish markets, owners Jim Drohman and Joanne Herron harvest most of their inspiration from a place thousands of miles away: France. Jim, for one, is accustomed to following his heart wherever it may lead. He left a career as an aeronautical engineer to learn how to cook in Paris, and brought his love for French cuisine with him when he returned back to Seattle. Joanne’s interest in France took hold much earlier in life—at the age of 19, when she first visited and fell in love with the country’s wine-producing regions. Together, the duo has been serving the Pike Place Market neighborhood for more than 10 years. Though it would feel perfectly at home on a narrow street in the Latin Quarter or perched precariously on the tip of the Eiffel Tower, Le Pichet has become a Seattle institution. And, as you might expect from its location, the menu perfectly marries French culinary techniques with the ingredients of the Pacific Northwest, resulting in delicious entrees like grilled trout with broiled Washington asparagus or grass-fed Northwest beef skirt steak with wild ramp butter, mushroom duxelles, and pommes frites.
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    1933 1st Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Hangar Cafe
    Five Things to Know About Hangar Cafe This breakfast-and-lunch spot serves up made-from-scratch crepes and sandwiches alongside helpings of Stumptown Coffee. Read on to learn more. Its award-winning crepes are the biggest draw. These range from savory options such as the turkey pesto crepe with egg, mozzarella, roma tomatoes, baby spinach, basil pesto, and crème fraîche to sweet classics such as the Nutella crepe with powdered sugar and whipped cream. It also has seasonal specialties. The pumpkin waffles pair puréed pumpkin with belgian-waffle batter, made tastier with spices and maple syrup. It’s basically located in a house. As such, space is limited, and the dining room only fits about 20 people. During the summer, a sizeable patio expands the eatery’s capacity, though its proximity to Boeing Field may annoy visitors who are wary of loud sounds or prefer to make their own airplane noises. You can wash your meal down wine a mimosa, beer, or wine. Put a spin on a conventional mimosa with flavor options that include apple raspberry, apple blackberry, apple ginger, and grapefruit. If you’re short on time, pick up a to-go lunch. For under $8, you get a box lunch with a sandwich, salad, and homemade chocolate-chip bar. Just remember to call your order in at least 30 minutes ahead.
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    6261 13th Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bastille Cafe and Bar
    Diners can truly go the whole hog at Bastille Café & Bar—or the whole fish, fowl, or other creature. Bastille's Whole Beast Feasts use an entire animal to feed groups of up to 16. This may be the most dramatic manifestation of the restaurant's sustainable attitude, but the philosophy also spills onto the rest of the French-inspired menu. Organic and local food from farmers, fishermen, and foragers takes center stage. Dishes such as steamed mussels or grilled flat-iron steak complement a carefully curated wine list that includes chablis from up-and-coming vintners Patrick Piuze and Jean-Pierre Grossot. The results have been widely praised in outlets such as the Seattle Times, which lauded the restaurant's "terrific steak frites" and "authentic Parisian air," the latter piped in from the ventilation system at the Louvre. Bastille's menu isn't the only part of the restaurant filled with foraged ingredients. Pieces of the restaurant itself are, too, including a church buttress and street light scavenged from Paris and art-deco sconces created right in Washington. The eye candy often continues outside the windows: "At brunch, the fluffy omelets and the farmers' market people-watching are top-notch," wrote Seattle Magazine in naming Bastille an Editor's Pick.
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    5307 Ballard Ave NW
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Ridgeback Cafe
    Cafe culture at its best can be found at The Ridgeback Cafe. None of the fare at The Ridgeback Cafe is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. The bar at The Ridgeback Cafe is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. Parents appreciate The Ridgeback Cafe's kid-friendly attitude, and little ones are often seen dining out with the adults. Free wifi is on hand here as well. Ideal for birthday parties or other large get-togethers, The Ridgeback Cafe has all the room you'll need to be comfortable. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. You can also have The Ridgeback Cafe cater your next event. Street parking is provided for those dining at the restaurant's NW 65th St location. The menu at The Ridgeback Cafe is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30. Reviewers heap high praise on the restaurant's brunch menu, but lunch and dinner are also available.
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    500 NW 65th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar
    Located in The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar's crepes have a gooey inside and crisp outside. Dieters beware — The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar does not offer low-fat cuisine. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar's menu. Unwind on a budget, and enjoy happy hour's low-cost beers and simple eats. The restaurant picks up the most people during the week, so avoid the rush if crowds aren't your thing. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Sidle into a space on the street or park your vehicle in the adjacent lot. There's no need to bust your budget at The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, with most meals costing under $15. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
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    2118 NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA US

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