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No Cheese Cutting at Greenmarkets; Metrazur's Farewell Menu

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CHELSEA—On July 4, Cookshop's new pastry chef Amanda Cook will be selling delicious ice cream sandwiches from a cart outside of the restaurant. The sandwiches, which come in four flavors, go for $5 a piece and will be on offer from 2 - 11 PM. [EaterWire]

CENTRAL PARKMore food vendor news. Pullcart, part of the Fatty Crab empire, will open a new pulled pork food cart in Central Park's Bethesda Terrace as early as next week (where John Fraser had recently planned his operation). Eddie's Pizza Truck will operate trucks in Duane Square in Soho and Richard Tucker Square by Lincoln Center. And People’s Choice Mobile Kitchen will soon serve traditional West Indian cuisine at Pelham Parkway in front of Jacobi Medical Center. [DJ]

MIDTOWNMetrazur, the Charlie Palmer restaurant in Grand Central Station that will close on July 1, will be serving a special farewell menu to guests starting Monday, June 27. The menu will feature their most popular dishes, including Roasted Heirloom Beet Salad, Crab Cake with Three Mustard Aioli, and “Ten Hour” Veal Pappardelle. [EaterWire]

BRYANT PARK—The Bryant Park Coporation will not be selling wine and beer during its summer movie series, as recently planned, because the park's partners pulled their support in the last minute, DNA Info reports. [DNA Info]

GREENMARKETS—The Department of Agriculture will no longer allow cheeemongers to cut cheese at the Greenmarket. They must be pre-wrapped. [GS]

MIDTOWNMorrell Wine Bar & Café has a new chef, Jake Klein. According to a release, his menu will be "more contemporary and dotted with global influences, particularly the Caribbean and South East Asia, where he’s held chef positions." Jean K. Reilly, the head buyer for Morrell Wine Store, and one of only six female Masters of Wine in the country, is now also the Wine Director at the Morrell Wine Bar & Cafe. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Pa LaFrieda's jacket tweeted by @wholefoodsnyc at a butcher competition this afternoon]

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