Georges Briguet, Who Presided Over Le Périgord, Dies at 85

Under Mr. Briguet, Le Périgord became a family affair. His wife worked with him there, as did their son Christopher, who was a manager for 30 years. Ms. Le Gall, too, worked at the restaurant, for 10 years, along with Eric, Jean-Luc, who is an architect, and a grandson.

“You have to love what you do,” Mr. Briguet told Crain’s New York Business in 2004. “This is my life.”

Le Périgord, at 405 East 52nd, on a dead-end section of the street just east of First Avenue, was opened in 1962…

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