Pigalle (48th & 8th) serves a brunch dish they call "eggs cocotte": it's eggs, chicken livers, onions, and a bit of creamy sauce that goes under the broiler. I think it's delicious.
Anyway, I'm having brunch with some relatives tomorrow and I was thinking about going there. Then I heard it's owned by the same people as L'Express (Park Ave S)--true? I've never been, but it's more convenient for most of our party. 2 questions:
1. Does L'Express usually have a wait for Saturday brunch? Do they have a brunch menu, or just regular breakfast?
2. Does anyone know if they serve those eggs?
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