It may be impossible to grasp the concept of eating today, assuming you too drank beer from a pumpkin keg and overdosed on Butterfingers last night. But this Halloween hangover will fade and you will experience hunger again some day&mdas;here's where to eat when that happens.

On Tuesday, Hearth is the East Village will throw a "Fat Is Good Food" feast, hosted by Hearth chef Marco Canora and The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet author Nina Teicholz. Dishes include Bone Marrow with savory cabbage, Campo Rosso Chicories with duck fat, duck confit and raw blue cheese, and Bone Marrow with savory cabbage. The dinner costs $120 to attend, with beverage pairings included—you can purchase a ticket through the restaurant.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Fonda's Park Slope and East Village locations will host Yucatan chef Roberto Solis for a special Dia De Los Muertos dinner. Dishes include Roasted Pork Belly on Salbut, Queso Relleno de Cordorniz, and Panucho de Erizo. The meal runs $75 per person and starts at 7:30 p.m. at Park Slope on Tuesday, and 7:30 p.m. in the East Village on Wednesday; reserve a spot through the restaurant.

And on Wednedsay, Joe & Misses Doe in the East Village are throwing a Dining Without Flynn dinner, in which chef Joe Dobias recreates a dinner made by teen chef Flynn McGarry. Dishes include ocean brined uni, dry-aged ribeye, yellowtail, and autumn squash. The dinner kicks off at 8 p.m. and costs $60 to attend, with a $15 per person optional wine pairing; you can reserve a spot by emailing Jill@JoeandMissesDoe.com.