Esperanto in the East Village just debuted a new Late Night menu that'll keep your belly full with yummy Latin American food when other places might be closed. Fridays and Saturdays from midnight until 2 a.m., stop by the Avenue C restaurant for $3 tacos, $11 plates of chorizo nachos, Calamari Frito ($12) and filo-wrapped empanadas ($12) in a choice of beef, shrimp or vegetable. Any of those would be washed down nicely with a Diable Verde ($12) made with tequila, lime juice, jalapenos and cilantro.

On Saturday, the Best of Brooklyn festival unfolds at Industry City, offering sips and bites from borough restaurants including Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Ho'Brah, Miti Miti, ALC, Beehive Oven and Bareburger. Tickets range from $25 - $125, depending on how hard you want to ball out.

Eggs al Forno (Noah Fecks)

Hide away in Leuca's luxe dining room in Williamsburg for their new brunch, which launched last weekend. Italian-inspired breakfast type things include Lemon-Ricotta Pancakes ($15) with toasted pine nut butter and NY maple syrup; Southern Italian Benedicit ($17) with pepperoni on pane Siciliano with pizza hollandaise; and Eggs al Forno ($15) with Calabrian chili, mozzarella and grilled bread. They'll have pastries, pizza and lunch stuff including a Black Shells pasta ($18) with ruby shrimp and local calamari.

All hail the Sunday Supper. At Beatrice Inn, Angie Mar's doing the full English treatment from noon til 8 p.m. with dishes like Prime Rib ($42), Lamb Pot Roast ($32) and a Full English breakfast ($29).

At Craft, it's a one-off dinner ($115) with Robert Sinskey Vineyards at 6:30 p.m. with paired dishes like Paté de Campagne paired with an Abraxas, 2013 and lamb sausage gemelli with cranberry beans, broccoli rabe & pecorino cheese, paired with a POV, 2012. Email or call 212-780-0880 for reservations.