There are three new Mexican-inspired brunches to investigate this weekend, beginning at newly opened Alta Calidad in Prospect Heights, where you can get Huevos Divorciados ($13, pictured above): two tostadas with sunny side up eggs, guajillo and tomatillo salsas, avocado, chorizo, and beans or a Breakfast Quesadilla ($14) stuffed with scrambled eggs, pork and pico de gallo. In the East Village, Guac Tacos + Tequila offers a prix fixe meal ($15) with an entree, guacamole and a coffee, with the option to add unlimited margaritas and other brunch cocktails for $14.50. And finally on the Lower East Side, for $45 at Tijuana Picnic you can score a three-course Mexican brunch plus unlimited bloodies and mimosas for an hour and a half.

Elsewhere in overindulgence, Winter's Grind at Arrogant Swine: Part III offers an opportunity for all-you-can-eat sausages and all-you-can-drink beers on Saturday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Stop by the Bushwick BBQ joint and go to town on Tyson Ho and pals' jerk chicken sausage, chicken satay, Ecuadorian morcilla, veal sausage with Pakistani fire seasoning and Sicilian lamb stigghiola plus options for vegetarians. On tap: home brews from 10 city brewers, plus "March-friendly beers" from 15 NYC breweries. Tickets $45.

(courtesy Yooeating)

Saturday evening, Yooeating materializes at Williamsburg's Reclamation Bar for the second Yooeating Coreano Cubano Food Pop-Up, offering Korean-Cuban mashups like Bulgogi Papas Rellenas (bulgogi stuffed fried mashed potato balls, pictured above); Coreano Cubanos with coffee carnitas, fried spam, My Friend's Mustard and cheese on Cuban bread; and Ropa Vieja Lamb Jorim (soy and tomato braised lamb). The food service begins at 6 p.m. and runs until 10 p.m. or when food runs out.

(courtesy #BlazingFeathers)

This Sunday begins the first in a series of pop-ups hosted by Vic's on Great Jones Street by the chefs of The Bowery Restaurant Group, including Vic's, Hundred Acres, Rosie's and Cookshop. #BlazingFeathers kicks off the series with Hot Chicken (choice of heat level) with sides including pimento mac and cheese, black eyed peas, slaw and a dessert of banana-nilla wafer. Grab the fiery bird for $15 a plate, with sides and sweets an additional $5. Looking ahead, subsequent Sundays will see pop-ups at Vic's including "old school New York delis, Parisian falafel stands, Jersey bakeries and more." First come, first served.

Finally, on Sunday, Duncan's Burgers takes up permanent residence inside Dromedary Bar, Bushwick's primary source for marlin's head cocktails, and there will be a burger boatload's worth of free food to celebrate. Beginning at 1 p.m. until the locusts have decimated the supply (up to 500), they'll be giving away their dry aged beef burgers for free. If you miss the giveaway, take heart: burgers are only $3.49 after that.