Thanksgiving hits town this week—and though you'll probably spend Thursday drowning in a $35K sea of caviar and foie-gras stuffed squib like a Real American, there are still four non-Days Of Thanks left to stuff yourself silly. There is no reason your gut should not be in constant possession of a food baby. Here's where to eat this week:

On Monday, Midtown restaurant The Wayfarer is kicking off its new weekly jazz night in its upstairs lounge. From 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., the house band will perform jazz standards and jazz-styled interpretations of classic and modern hits while diners enjoy small bites and cocktails off the menu. You can make a reservation through the restaurant.

Also on Monday, head to Nordic restaurant Aquavit in Midtown, when they pair up with North Fork winery Sparkling Pointe for a wine dinner. Five courses pair with five sparkling wines, with dishes including foie gras and oxtail and Long Island duck. The dinner runs $225 per person and kicks off at 6:30 p.m.; you can make a reservation through the restaurant.

And on Friday, the Waldorf Astoria and the Palace hotels are throwing a "Fare Share Friday" event with St. Bart’s and Crossroads Community. Top chefs will whip up a dinner for soup kitchen regulars, volunteers and supporters, with proceeds going to Crossroads Community's soup kitchen, food pantry and homeless shelter. The dinner, held at St. Bartholomew's Church in Midtown, will have 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. seatings. Donations are $100 per person, and you can purchase a ticket online.