Free Hot Dogs at Sycamore; Snout ’N Stout in Williamsburg

Chelsea: Fatty Crab, Laut, Café Asean, and Spice Market celebrate Southeast Asian cuisine during the Malaysia Night Market on September 14. Events kick off at 6:30 p.m. in the Chelsea Triangle at 14th Street and Ninth Avenue, and food will be available for between $4 and $8. [Grub Street]
Ditmas Park: On Saturday, Sycamore hosts the last installment of its summerlong Brewery and BBQ series with California’s Stone Brewery. Pints of craft beers are $5 from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. and come with a free hot dog. [Grub Street]
East Village: Plum Pizzeria and Bar is open on Second Avenue in the former Café Brama space, while Ruben’s Empanadas is closed. [EV Grieve]

Financial District: Open Door Gastropub is now serving breakfast, lunch, brunch, and dinner at 110 John Street. [Grub Street]
Fort Greene: Hot Chix Charcoal Grill & Café has moved into 110 DeKalb Avenue, although an opening date has not yet been announced. [Brownstoner]
Lower East Side: Bisous Ciao, a mail-order dessert company, opened the doors to its first storefront at 101 Stanton Street; the sweets shop is open daily until 7 p.m. [Bowery Boogie]
Upper West Side: Good Enough to Eat offers a special prix-fixe menu for Rosh Hashanah, featuring smoked salmon potato pancakes, horseradish braised brisket, champagne, a variety of rugelach, and more. Dinner is $25.50 per person and is available September 8 and September 9. [Grub Street]
Williamsburg: Mean Red Productions hosts Snout ‘N Stout, a pig roast and sidewalk party, on Saturday from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at 50 N. 3rd Street. There is no cost to attend, but plates of food will cost $10 to $15. [Eat It: The Brooklyn Food Blog]