It's the last week of July, which means it's the beginning of the end of summer. Rosé 'em if you got 'em. Here's a calorie-rich guide to some of the week's best eating events.

On Monday, from 7 to 9 p.m., catch Slow Food NYC's monthly Happy Hour at The East Pole. Members and anyone else interested in locally sourced grub will get the chance to mingle over food and drinks from the Upper East Side hotspot. Admission is free.

Edible Manhattan's Good Beer returns on Thursday at 6 p.m., in collaboration with Fisher's Island Oyster Farm and L&W Oysters, providing 1,000 bivalves for ale enthusiasts to suck down between pints on the roof of Hudson Mercantile, a block from the Javits Center. The full beer lineup is listed here. Tickets start at $65 here.

If you save room on Thursday, or prefer the sweet to the salty, check out Park Hyatt New York's eclair-making workshop. Part of the Masters of Food & Wine event, the class will be taught by acclaimed pastry chef Scott Cioe. The Cracker Jack, pistachio, and raspberry concoctions will go down easy, no matter the quality of first attempts, with a champagne tasting. Space is limited, so reserve your spot through their website here. The class costs $75 and takes place in The Back Room at One57, starting at 9 p.m.

Also on Thursday, Food Karma is hosting a Farm to Table dinner with Egg, featuring chefs George Weld and Evan Hanczor. The menu will include chilled corn soup with rooftop basil and smoked beef chuck with braised bacon ends. Get your seat by 7 p.m. Tickets ($85 per person) here.