In his recent blog post (http://frenchwineroutes.blogspot.com/), Mike McAndrew mentioned a new restaurant in Puligny:
" On Saturday 12 May a new restaurant opened in the Place du Monument. It was christened Le Pelugney - an ancient spelling for Puligny. Jean-Louis and Béatrice Choquet-Sabbe specialise in traditional cuisine and presentation. Menus are well balanced and affordable; they offer wines from notable sources at fair prices. Decor is stylishly simple and the atmosphere friendly. We went there with friends for dinner on the inaugural night and enjoyed an excellent meal. There are 32 seats including a pavement terrace and since our visit, they have been pretty well fully booked for lunch and dinner. It should be a great success."
That's the same square that Olivier Leflaive's is located, Le Montrachet is on the next square over, Place des Marronniers. They are doing 7 tastings of local wine for 28 Euros, sounds interesting.