The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival comes in for a landing next weekend. If you didn't heed our advice on which events to attend, chances are you're out of luck, as many of the big name gigs have sold out. There are, however, a few less expensive events still up for grabs, where you can eat and drink yourself into a food coma all for under a hundred bucks. Here are some of the best bets for next weekend's eating extravaganza:

  • If drinking too much tequila and eating sweets sounds appealing, check out the Patron XO Cafe Late Night, where you'll "experience the unexpected taste and excitement" of the coffee liqueur, as well as eat lots of dessert. It's an after-hours affair, so dress accordingly. Thursday, October 17th, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Tickets $95
  • Celebrity chef Todd English hosts the Global Night Market at The Plaza Food Hall, a tasting event with dozens of vendors like Luke's Lobster, No. 7 Sub, Billy's Bakery and Tartinery. The evening also includes a special section by Hot Bread Kitchen, who are bringing along Brazillian, Dominican, Ethiopian and other ethnic treats from across the globe. You can also enjoy unlimited wine and spirits at this late-night event. Saturday, October 19th, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Tickets $95

  • Hardcore brunchers brave the lines for Gabrielle Hamilton's East Village restaurant Prune to sample her innovative cuisine. In conjunction with the chef's memoir, Hamilton is joined by sommelier Anthony Giglio for Blood, Bones, and Bubbly, which pairs wines with some of the recipes from the book. Sunday, October 20th, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Tickets $85

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Crawfish Boil at Willow Road (via Foursquare)

  • Spend the afternoon at Chelsea's comfortable eatery Willow Road at their Classic Crab Boil, where you'll get down and dirty with all the crustaceans while sipping beer and wine accompaniments. Chefs Tyler Austern and Jason Creek also whip up some of their classic Southern fare like mac and cheese and fried chicken; you won't leave hungry. Sunday, October 20th, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tickets $85
  • If you missed last night's Slice Out Hunger event you'll have another opportunity to grab slices from the city's best pizzerias—but you'll have to dish out $95 to do it. La Sagra Sunday Slices boasts pies from Keste, Motorino, Nicoletta and other pizzerias, plus other Italian fare like rice balls from Arancini Bros. and dessert from Antica Pesa in Brooklyn. Batali cohort Anne Burrell and TV personality Adam Richman host the event, which also features a pizza-making demo by La Sagra founder and Luzzo restaurateur Michele Iuliano. Sunday, October 20th, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Tickets $95
  • DJs! Mixology! Justin Warner! Clubs! Buzzwords! Meatpacking District's Bagatelle brings their boozy brunch to nighttime at the Mixology Masters event with cocktail creators from some of the big names in booze. Death & Co., Clover Club, The Wayland and other cocktail bars send bartenders armed with specialty cocktails for your imbibing pleasure, all soundtracked by some "favorite tunes" by a DJ. Sweet and savory snacks help sustain you after you've tossed back a few of the potent potables. Sunday, October 20th, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Tickets $95