With Public Express, there's no awkward signing of the bill (it's charged to your room with an added 18 percent service charge), no bulky tables wheeled into the room and because the meal is placed in front of your door in a brown paper handle bag, you don't even have to put pants on to retrieve it. (Always a plus in our books. The longer we can wear no pants, the better!)
And the prices on the meals are (like most things at Public) entirely affordable. Our challah french toast with bacon was just $11 and that came with coffee, a banana and orange juice. In fact, Public Express is already being knocked off by the Four Seasons. Who's gonna be next in 2012?