See Chateau Cherbuliez’s New Brunch Menu; Pudge Knuckles Coffee Open in Williamsburg

Hipsters on high: The Jane Hotel's rooftop bar has quietly opened, but sorry, general public, it's invited downtown scenesters only. [UrbanDaddy]

Todd English's new restaurant Chateau Cherbuliez launches a new brunch menu this weekend with a garden party. The belle of the ball will be the new bill of fare, including pork belly eggs Benedict and lobster with Creole sauce. [Grub Street]

Dunkin' Donuts now has an app, which unfortunately enough, does not produce doughnuts for users on command (not even holograms!). It does, however, allow iPhone and Android users to pay from their phones and send gift cards to friends. [NRN]

Childhood friends Terence McNicholas and Jared Adler have opened a Rockaways food truck near Jamaica Bay the Fisherman's Dog which specializes in "down and dirty food," like a fried fish hot dog with lemon-dill aïoli and a hot dog topped with peanut butter and bacon. [NYDN]

The Prospect Park Food Truck Rally returns this Sunday to stay 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every third Sunday through October. This week, sixteen trucks are slated to show up for what's promising to be some very nice weather. [NYSF]

Pudge Knuckles, the newest coffee shop in Williamsburg, serves beans roasted in Red Hook, like the East Coast Thriller and Five Boroughs, and specializes in cold brew. Oh, it's also the brainchild of a rock climber and a model. Plus, pastries and merchandise at the new shop at 184 Kent Avenue. [Zagat Buzz]

Redwood Kitchenette and Bar has closed after less than six months in business. [Zagat Buzz]

As if you weren't already jealous of the perks of being a Google employee, the Google kitchen apparently has a 3-D pasta printer that produces various types of pasta based on the requests of its users. [Technically Personal]

Tomorrow is Prosciutto Day! (Has a more joyous sentence ever been uttered?) At Eataly, Parmacotto will be slicing Prosciutto di Parma for you to sample as part of Prosciutto Week. Also, through Sunday from 12 to 6 p.m., get a free cantaloupe when you buy two trays of Prosciutto di Parma ($11 to 14), and get a free basket of figs when you buy three ($16 to 20). [Grub Street]

Tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m., get gratis scoops at Dylan's Candy Bar as part of a promotion for SyFy's new show Face Off that'll also include face painting and a photo booth. [Gothamist]