We'll all likely be snowed in on Tuesday, so take the opportunity to stuff your face tonight at the annual Taste of Greenwich House, which raises critical funds for the House's programs for seniors, arts education and behavioral health programs. There are many participating restaurants, including One If By Land, Two If By Sea; Murray's Cheese Bar; Harold's Meat + Three; The Meatball Shop; and Left Bank. Tickets available at the door ($175 GA, $250 VIP) at Metropolitan Pavilion, where the event is held.

If you haven't yet had an opportunity to visit one of NYC's best new bakeries, perhaps some free food will be enough impetus. Tomorrow, March 14th, in observance of National Pi Day, Mah Ze Dahr Bakery in the West Village will reward numbers-oriented baked good-lovers with a free hand pie for every $10 you spend on their other luscious baked goods. The pies are filled with things like Nutella and fresh fruits to fuel reciting the first trillion digits walking to the subway.

(Kaylee Dopkins)

Beginning Tuesday and running through National Paella Day on March 27th (sensing a trend?), nearly 50-year-old Spanish Eatery Tio Pepe will offer a dining deal on their rich rice dishes. The Paella Special ($20) includes any of their paellas—including the Marinera with Bomba rice, seafood and saffron, normally $24—plus a glass of rioja, a wine from one of Spain's most well-known regions.

On Wednesday, emerge from the snowfall with some sparkling wines at Egg Shop, who are celebrating a new cookbook and a new lease for a second location with a wine-paired dinner. Bubbles + Eggs is a five-course meal prepared by Egg Shop's Nick Korbee, inspired by global sparkling wines selected by wine savvy Rachel Signer. The meal ($80 for either a 7 p.m. or 8:45 p.m. seating) also includes one welcome cocktail featuring Boukman Rhum from Haiti; prices do not include gratuity.

Finally, if only a gigantic steak will do, head to American Cut, Marc Forgione's Tribeca and Midtown steakhouses that are celebrating their first birthdays. Order the off-menu "birthday steak" and you'll receive 96 ounces of prime, bone-in chateaubriand, which they'll flambee table-side in brandy with parsley, shallots, chives and cornichons. It's finished with a bone marrow bordelaise sauce. You'll need at least two other friends (and possibly three) to devour the $189 steak.