Café Presse's Take-Home Dinner for Two is Perfect for Last-Minute Valentine's Day Planners

No plans? No worries!
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You’re working late on February 14. Or you forgot to make a restaurant reservation. Or your relationship has progressed to the point where sharing a meal at home in your PJs is très romantique. Café Presse has you covered with its St. Valentine’s take-home dinner for two.

You get a salad, a roasted free-range chicken with pommes frites, and a chocolate dessert. The price is $65 for food only, $82 with a bottle of wine. You must order in advance.

Pro tip: Toss in a 10-piece bag of house-made salted butter caramels for $7. You’re welcome.

Café Presse, 1117 12th Ave.; 206.709.7674; cafepresseseattle.com

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