If you're not too busy getting tanked at Whole Foods, there's a smattering of food-related activity to keep you sated this week. Here's where to eat:

On Monday, The Brooklyn Kitchen at Hell's Kitchen's Gotham West Market will be hosting a dinner with Quino Baco, the head chef and owner of Williamsburg heavyweight The Brooklyn Star. The 10-seat event will give guests the opportunity to watch Baco whip up a dinner menu on the spot using ingredients sourced solely from the Brooklyn Kitchen's repertoire. The dinner costs $100 a person and kicks off at 6:30 p.m.; you can purchase a ticket online.

Head to Clinton Hall in Clinton Hill on Tuesday for a tap takeover event courtesy of Founders Brewing Company. The Michigan-based brewers will be offering up 12 of their beers, including a few barrel-aged and rare specialty releases like a Bourbon Barrel-Aged Red's Rye IPA and an Oaked Old Curmudgeon, which boasts a 9.8 percent ABV. The event runs from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is free to attend, with beers and food available at a la carte pricing. Make a reservation online.

And on Friday, BLT Prime in Gramercy will be hosting a Jack Daniels whiskey pairing dinner, starting at 7 p.m. The four-course meal, held in honor of the Frank Sinatra-themed Jack Daniels Sinatra Select, features dishes like seafood sausage, smoked lobster buerre blac and roasted quail, all paired with the label's signature whiskeys. The dinner costs $100 a head, and you can reserve a spot by calling the restaurant.