Village clubstaurant The Anthony launches a decadent-sounding brunch this weekend. Indulge in Lobster Benedict ($22) on a cheddar biscuit, French Onion Fondue ($14) with vegetable crudite, Breakfast Mac & Cheese ($13) with chicharrones and a fried egg, and the Duck Waffle Sandwich ($22, pictured above), to which you can add an egg for $2.

On Friday and Saturday evening, East Williamsburg's The Well will be transformed into Beer Mansion, a beer playground organized by Brooklyn Brewery where each room of the venue is themed to different categories of beer. Explore the "Tart of the Tropics" (Sour ales, crisp pilsners and citrus-forward IPAs) or spend some time in "The Darkness" (Porters, stouts and Oktoberfests), just two of the five themed rooms. Beer samples are unlimited, but there will also be food on offer for purchase from Roberta's, Bunker and Frankel's. Tickets $65.

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It's opening weekend of the Queens Night Market on Saturday, where you should head if cravings for Valencian paella and Barbadian fishballs strike. They're employing a new ticketing system for the first two opening weekends to alleviate overcrowding, so grab $5 tickets before hopping on the 7.

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Everything's coming up poutine of late, including a new "secret" poutine on offer at Patacon Pisao's three locations in Elmhurst, LES and Washington Heights. For its Venezuelan Poutine, the restaurant's using fried yucca as a base, adding stewed black beans, stewed shredded beef, nata cream sauce, chimichurri and fried queso blanco.

Seamus Mullen opens up the kitchens of his West Village restaurant Tertulia to chefs Laurent Gras, Alex Leonard and Tim Dornon for a Farm To Fire dinner Sunday evening. The trio will be cooking up a six-course meal celebrating spring vegetables like white asparagus and ramps. Dishes include smoked white radish, beetroot galcage, crispy olive; hollow carrot filled with red pepper paste, melted lardo, coffee note; and sunchoke in various textures, sherry wine vinaigrette, cured foie gras. Seats are $65 per person; called (646) 559-9909 or email for reservations.