Alain Allegretti to Possibly Open New Restaurant; Rayuela’s Street-Food Spot Opens Tonight

Astoria: Fresh Start Market is hosting a fund-raiser Saturday night for a cleft-lip-surgery charity and will have wine, cheese, and live music. [Joey in Astoria]
East Flatbush: “Cool people” like Andrew Feinberg, of Franny’s, opt for the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket on Saturdays to pick up supplies from Ronnybrook Dairy and Blue Moon Trout. But it’s not really shocking, since Franny’s is in Brooklyn. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
Flatiron: Former Le Cirque chef Alain Allegretti may be opening an eponymous restaurant on 22nd Street, off Fifth Avenue, as soon as this month. [Snack]
Lower East Side: The Rayuela team unveils its Latin-street-food spot, Macondo, on East Houston Street tonight, and they have funky cocktails on the menu like a frozen avocado-and-mescal colada. [Strong Buzz]
Midtown East: Zen Burger’s now serving a few more vegetarian versions of McDonald’s standards, including an off-menu Filet-O-Fish. [Midtown Lunch]
Union Square: The Village Pourhouse’s owners have opened SideBar, their latest boozy pub in a line of many more to come across town. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
West Village: When you order the Spotted Pig’s burger naked (without blue cheese), “the thing truly does taste like steak on a bun.” [Hamburger Today]