Location, location, location: The newly opened Cull & Pistol is smack-dab in the center of one of New York City's culinary highlights: Chelsea Market. Diners at this table-service sister to The Lobster Place fish market next door are privy to some of the best seafood New York has to offer. For his clam toast, chef David Seigal quick-steams Manila and littleneck clams (delivered near-daily from both coasts) in a garlicky wine broth enhanced by house-made, Creole-seasoned Tasso ham sourced from market neighbor Dickson's Farmstand Meats. The brothy lot is ladled over a hunk of crusty country bread from Amy's Bread, baked fresh just across the hall. Being neighborly sure does taste fine.