Any special arrangements for birthdays?
While there are a few musicians on staff we hire them for skills other than singing, so don’t expect a serenade for the special day, that’s your job. If you want to bring a cake, that’s fine, but we will charge you a $25 service fee for plates, cutlery, napkins, etc.
How do I get my art displayed?
As long as you are okay with people eating and drinking next to your masterpiece email us to get things started.
Do you have parking?
Yes. There is plenty of parking, just not in our building. There are many parking garages in the neighbourhood. Click here for a map.
Do you have a gluten-free menu?
Although we do not have a separate gluten-free menu, many of our items are gluten free or can be easily altered to make them gluten-free. To make meal choices easier, we have a “food bible” that lists all menu item ingredients. This is available to help guests that may have dietary restrictions.
Where did the name C’est What come from?
The etymology is a little hazy after over three decades but the legend spun by our founder involves a quantity of beer and a loud party. He was asked the name of the yet to be built restaurant and responded: “Say what?”
How do I get a gig?
First, learn how to sing or play an instrument and then read up on how to get a show booked.
Do you accept Bitcoin?
No. While we have left the 90s behind by ditching our Fax machine, we are only willing to offer virtual meals for virtual currency. For real food and drink you can go old-school and pay with cash or be a little more modern and tender your debit or credit card. For your convenience we have a no-fee ATM on site.
Can I get in if I’m under 19 years old?
Maybe. If you’re on your own or with friends that are “of age”, no. If you are with a parent or guardian, yes.
Do you sell gift certificates?
Available in house, just ask your server. You can choose whatever value you would like. Also available on our website (under Gift Cards in the main menu), in denominations starting at $25.00. Purchases there can be sent directly to the receipient.