Cull & Pistol

75 9th Ave, New York City

4.5
  • Phone Numbers: 16465681223
  • Address: 75 9th Ave, New York City
  • Meals: Brunch
  • Restaurant features: Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover
  • Good for: Families with children, Bar scene, Local cuisine
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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    11:30 - 21:00

  • Mon

    11:30 - 22:00

  • Tue

    11:30 - 22:00

  • Wed

    11:30 - 22:00

  • Thu

    11:30 - 22:00

  • Fri

    11:30 - 22:00

  • Sat

    11:30 - 22:00

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Reviews

  • Jaclyn Skidmore

    5
    - 05 September 2018 -

    This place is delicious! I am from Massachusetts so I had high expectations for a steamed lobster and they delivered. The lobster was 1.5lbs and cooked well. Service was great too. We will definitely be back again soon!

  • Kenneth Mcdevitt

    5
    - 29 August 2018 -

    Great service and best oysters. Located in Chelsea market. Best to use middle entrance on South side of building. Service was excellent. Reservations recommended.

  • Stephen Beekman

    3
    - 16 August 2018 -

    More of a tourist trap but raw bar very good. Very tight quarters with little room between tables. Very noisy. We started with a raw bar of oysters and Alaska crab. Excellent. We then had the lobster bake for two. The sweet corn left too much flavor for my taste. Worse, however, was that the dish had sand in it, probably because the clams had not been purged. The service was kind and helpful according to my guest. I personally could not hear our waitress sitting as I was with my back to the wall. Pricing is high end in my mind. There's only one alley in the restaurant. I would hate to think of what would happen in a fire.

  • Claudine Deshaies

    4
    - 14 August 2018 -

    Stopped in for oysters while checking out Chelsea Market. The server was great and food quite tasty. Lobster potstickers were full of lobster and definitely worth trying. Oysters were very good over all. We also ordered the grilled octopus over fingerling potatoes. Octopus was a little shy of being cooked perfectly, but still had a good taste.

  • Lauren C

    5
    - 02 June 2018 -

    When I have friends who are travelling in NYC for the first time, I always take them to Cull & Pistol. I've always gotten the Connecticut style lobster roll everytime I visit. It's a bit pricey (around $27) but it comes with really crisp fries, Cole slaw and top notch lobster. I usually split the roll into halves to share, it helps that they give you a handful of lobsters coated in butter over a toasted bun. I order appetizers beforehand as well and they always change up the menu and get creative. (once with octopus served with cactus) Happy hour ($1 for 1 oyster) deals are also pretty amazing at this place. The location is convenient, it's located inside Chelsea market. I usually make a quick 2 minute walk to the High Line to walk off the meal. Stellar customer service, waiters were extremely attentive and offer suggestions for what dish to get as well. 5 stars 🌟

  • Gábor Hidvégi

    5
    - 28 March 2018 -

    Very welcoming atmosphere and friendly, helpful staff. The food and cocktails were awesome with a fast service. Definitely will return.

  • Андрей Софранов

    4
    - 09 February 2018 -

    The hotel is located in the cool of Chelsea sell, this is a great place to buy fresh seafood. They tasted the lobster, and it was very fresh and well cooked. A good laid-back atmosphere would be visited here again.

  • T. T.

    5
    - 07 February 2018 -

    Absolutely amazing. Everyone’s super friendly there. Super delicious oysters. I went back for a few times during the happy hour. Highly recommended.

  • Mark Wai

    4
    - 28 November 2017 -

    Great poke! Further in there is a small poke and sandwich stand that is highly recommend! Didn’t try the sandwiches but they looked amazing. Standing tables are available near as well, which helps to work off the extra pounds from the great food at Chelsea.

  • Alexander Polyzos

    5
    - 10 November 2017 -

    The Chelsea Mkt. is a crowded, cool, happening place and this restaurant is a wonderful respite from the noisy, pushy throngs of people if only for an hour. The service was excellent. The only thing I can tell you about is the Connecticut Lobster roll. I did not have the Maine style because it has shallots in it and I do not think that is a particularly good choice. So, I went with the other lobster roll which turned out to be a great option. Fresh, well prepared and interesting. Lobster with butter and lemon served on a toasted bun shmeared with Kewpie mayo. PERFECTION! I was not previously familiar with the Japanese condiment and I feel fortunate to be introduced to it here. It's just a small, subtle addition to a classic style dish, and it made ALL the difference. It is not a large portion but that didn't really matter. The flavor was subtle and huge at the same time. Try it for sure.

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