Cull & Pistol Opens in Chelsea Market; Rouge Tomate’s Cart Returns to Central Park

• Cull & Pistol, the restaurant from the folks at the Lobster Place, will open on Tuesday for dinner in Chelsea Market. The menu will feature seafood dishes and an extensive raw bar. [Grub Street]

Lincoln Ristorante will celebrate Mother’s Day. A four-course prix fixe meal includes Ligurian dishes like gnocchi with pesto, rabbit confit, olive-oil-poached tuna, and chocolate flan. Guests can order the meal for $65. [Grub Street]

Rouge Tomate’s ecofriendly food cart is back and will be parked on 64th Street and Fifth Avenue near the Central Park Zoo. Hungry parkgoers can order beef burgers with avocado, marinated portobello burgers with feta and black-olive tapanade, strawberry-oatmeal cookies, and seasonal tarts. [Grub Street]

• Supercollider, a new coffee shop/bar, will open in South Slope on Friday. It will offer eighteen beers on tap, 40 Weight Coffee, and sweets from Colson and Margaret Palca bakeries. A grand opening is scheduled for May 4, but neighbors can stop in any time on Friday, April 26, for free coffee. [South Slope News]

Tarallucci e Vino Restaurant just got a new chef, Andrew Welch, formerly of Esca. Welch will help launch a menu revamp, the first since 2008, and will focus on “seasonality” and Italian cooking. [Grub Street]

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