Slideshow: Cocotte’s Joyeux Menu
Start off your heure joyeux with a $3 dish of house-roasted sweet and salty nuts.
This hearty $5 serving of house-made chicken liver mousse with plumped cherries, seasonal pickles, and fresh baguette could easily serve three as a part of an after-work meal.
A light and savory $8 smoked sturgeon gratin with toasted baguette slices topped with fresh green pea tendrils is a perfect snack on a rainy day.
A true winner of a dish, this brioche toast topped with wild mushroom ragoût and a perfectly fried farm egg will surely appease all lovers of Cocotte’s former brunch service.
Still hungry? Dig into Cocotte’s boudin blanc burger with house-made pickles, spring greens, aïoli, and brie on a brioche bun for $8.
Kat Liebman and Zoe Hackett, the young and talented team behind Northeast Killingsworth’s Cocotte, aren’t afraid to change with the times. After over a year in business on the busy corner of NE 30th’s Restaurant Row, the romantic bistro’s weekend brunch has been replaced by a larger, livelier happy hour menu they’ve dubbed "Joyeux" in the ...