Seemingly forever ago in the fall of 1986, the Village Square Cafe opened its doors in Redmond, Washington. The founders, Michal and Jo Ann Scott, had a love for breakfast and big dreams that began with a classic 1940's themed cafe. They created a place that was warm, familiar and designed to embrace the history of the community which it served.
The Cafes expanded into a family of restaurants that all stayed true to their locales. They all shared a common menu but each had a design and attitude that reflected the local area's history and its residents. Our guests have always felt a sense of ownership of the Cafes and after so many years, those familiar faces in well worn chairs have defined who we are and helped us continue to be the best place for breakfast on the eastside.
In 2012, Michal and Jo Ann retired and passed the business on to their daughter and her husband, Cari and Ryan Mitchell. Cari grew up in the Cafes and at the age of 14 was helping to hostess, wash dishes and eventually serve. Ryan was a regular customer who came in for coffee and breakfast before class at Redmond High School. The two met, moved away, and 14 years later came back to rejoin the cafes and a lifetime of great memories.
We invite you to come experience each of the seven cafes and their unique décor and personality. Everything on our menu is fresh and made with care by our wonderful staff. Our full service bakery can be found inside the Sammamish Cafe and a very unique aviation themed bar called Hangar Hall is inside the Crystal Creek Cafe in Bothell.
THANKS SO MUCH FOR VISITING OUR SITE AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE CAFE’!