Eat Free and Be on TV at Bubby’s; Oyster Social at Aureole

Fuel for bicyclists: Brooklyn Roasting Company and Transportation Alternative's Bike Ambassadors are teaming up to hand out free iced coffee to bikers every Wednesday and Friday through October. Check the Bike Ambassadors' Facebook page to find out where to make a pit stop. [Gothamist]

No. 7 is marking its fourth birthday with a family-style dinner on September 5. Three courses celebrating No. 7 dishes past and present plus wine and beer can be yours for $85. Email katherine@no7sub.com to reserve a spot. [Grub Street]

Tomatoes have been the stars of the Greenmarket lately, and Alobar in Long Island City is celebrating the season with a rotating menu of tomato dishes. From September 3 through 9, get two tomato-themed courses and a tomato-inspired cocktail or a (tomatoless) glass of wine for just $30. [Grub Street]

Saveur's latest Recipe Comic will teach you how to make Mission Chinese's red-hot thrice-cooked bacon. [Saveur]

Eat for free and appear on TV at Bubby's. Get a free meal Thursday and Friday from 11:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. while the restaurant shoots a TV show. Reserve your place by emailing tara@bubbys.com. [@bubbys]

Co-proprietor of Handsome Coffee Roasters Michael Phillips will take over the Joe Pro Shop in Chelsea later this week. On Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., the champion barista will talk coffee and make drinks for purchase with Handsome Coffee beans. And on Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., he'll lead a free cupping and tasting in Joe's new training lab located just behind the coffee shop. [Grub Street]

Charlie Palmer's Aureole is hosting its first annual Oyster Social. Sunday, September 23, guests will gather in Aureole's outdoor plaza for live music, drinks, and endless oysters and Gulf Coast Seafood to benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels. Starting Tuesday, tickets can be purchased for $75 per person by calling 212-319-1660 or emailing AureoleEvents@charliepalmer.com. [Grub Street]