There is actually a bar here, and it's a quite pleasant place to have a glass of wine (although it is not open late -- closing by 9pm -- and it is not open Mondays and Tuesdays). However the focus is clearly on the food and people seem to especially enjoy the weekend brunch. It is small and fairly intimate, and feels like some little roadside farm cafe where a fine chef moved after getting sick of the city. There is an emphasis on sustainable, organic, local, and seasonal (hence the "caprice") ingredients. I've seen some mixed reviews of the food but all the items I have had have been uniformly yummy.
capricekitchen.com - thestranger - seattleweekly - yelp