Seattle, Washington
$$

In a bright Denny Triangle space, Le Caviste is a bistrot-à-vins in the traditional French sense, where in addition to a deep selection of Beaujolais crus, you can order cheeses and charcuterie, like the smooth housemade mousse de foie de volaille. Le caviste himself—David Butler, formerly the sommelier at Le Gourmand—designs the selection of warm bites to be small and reliably French, with maybe one entrée but not a full menu. Like so many tin-ceilinged spots in Paris, his wine bar is narrow and intimate, built for enjoying wine. And lucky for us, the price point is low enough that we can drink a lot of it.

Last Reviewed
052 2015

Address

1919 Seventh Ave.
Seattle, WA

Contact

206/728-2657

Le Caviste

Seattle, Washington
$$

In a bright Denny Triangle space, Le Caviste is a bistrot-à-vins in the traditional French sense, where in addition to a deep selection of Beaujolais crus, you can order cheeses and charcuterie, like the smooth housemade mousse de foie de volaille. Le caviste himself—David Butler, formerly the sommelier at Le Gourmand—designs the selection of warm bites to be small and reliably French, with maybe one entrée but not a full menu. Like so many tin-ceilinged spots in Paris, his wine bar is narrow and intimate, built for enjoying wine. And lucky for us, the price point is low enough that we can drink a lot of it.

Last Reviewed
August 2015

Address

1919 Seventh Ave.
Seattle, WA

Contact

206/728-2657