Malaysian Truck Hits Midtown; Terroir Tribeca Does Lunch and Brunch

Bedford Stuyvesant: In celebration of its first anniversary, Ms. Dahlia’s Cafe, at 449 Nostrand Ave., is offering free cake from Cake Bliss this weekend. [Bed-Stuy Blog]
Chelsea: After spending the past twelve years located at 169 Ninth Ave., La Bergamote has relocated across the street. [Fork in the Road]
Ditmas Park: Top Café Tibet is discontinuing its breakfast menu starting this Friday. [Ditmas Park Blog]
Hell’s Kitchen: Print is now offering a prix fixe three course supper on Sundays. The meal will change weekly and costs $45. [Grub Street]

Midtown: Starting October 11, the Malaysia Kitchen Food Truck will be giving away from samples from nine different local Malaysian restaurants until November 19. The schedule will be posted on their website next week. [Midtown Lunch]
Prospect Heights: Starting this week, James will be open for brunch on Saturdays. [Grub Street]
Soho: Harney & Sons is opening its first tea house in New York, at 433 Broome St., by late fall or early winter. The tea house will offer proprietary blends, as well as baked goods, scones and quiches. [Fork in the Road]
Tribeca: Wednesday through Friday, Terroir Tribeca will be offering its dinner menu during lunch, plus there’s a new weekend brunch menu featuring items like French toast with pork sausage, cotechino sausage with lentils and fried egg, and Frisée salad with duck confit, gorgonzola, shallots and poached duck eggs. [Grub Street]