Bacon Reality Show in the Works; Introducing Tator-Tot Specialist Tot Spot

Legendary soul-food joint the Pink Tea Cup will reopen in Greenwich Village after its owner secured a new space on Sixth Avenue and 14th Street. [NYT]

That Tot Spot, Williamsburgs tater-tot-centric café, opened this past weekend. If youve ever wondered if theres any food that doesn't have its own dedicated booth/truck/shop, the answer is now officially no. [Grub Street]

Parent/child favorite Moomah café is coming back May 1, albeit in kiosk form. Ownership will keep the coffee, juices, and smoothies flowing Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. [Tribeca Citizen]

A production company has begun development on a reality show about bacon. The series will center around the entrepreneurial exploits of the Bacon Boys and their bevy of bacon-based products, from salts to coffins. [Deadline]

Oceana has premiered a money-saving weekend event. The seafood restaurant is offering unlimited wine or beer for $25 when ordering from their three-course Pre-Theater menu, every Sunday, starting at 4 p.m. Pro tip: The patio opens April 15. [Grub Street]

Seventeen New York restaurants are coming together for Bellevue Hospitals sixteenth annual "Toast to the Children" charity event. Top Chefs Tom Colicchio will host the food tasting on April 24 at 7:30 p.m. General admission tickets are $275 and can be purchased here. [Grub Street]

Chopt is opening up its eighth New York location on Thursday. Flatiron now has access to all the fresh produce and ingredients the salad company has to offer. [Grub Street]