Break out your stretchy pants boys and girls, because there's a slew of hearty eating ahead of you this week. Here's where to do it:

Tuesday kicks the week off with two noteworthy events. First, head to The Green Building in Carroll Gardens for Tasting Brooklyn—hosted by Your Social Fix, the event features two and a half hours of tastings and beverages courtesy of Kings County's finest food and drink makers, like 1 Knickerbocker, Huckleberry Bar, Dinosaur BBQ and Robicelli's. A $55 ticket gets you in from 6:30 to 9 p..m., or you can spring for an $80 VIP ticket to get in an extra hour of eating and drinking; purchase your tickets online.

Also on Tuesday, db Bistro Moderne in Midtown is kicking off their new Farmer Dinner Series, in which chef Brian Loiacono creates a four-course menu using produce reaped from a local farm. The inaugural dinner comes courtesy of Bradley Farm in New Paltz, with offerings including a scotch egg dish and a sampling of pork feast Pig Three Ways—the dinner also includes a wine pairing from sommelier Joseph Camper. The meal runs from 7 to 10 p.m. and costs $95-a-head; reserve a spot through the restaurant.

On WednesdayGinny's Supper Club in Harlem is hosting a food-and-wine dinner, with drinks and eats courtesy of Brooks Winery and Red Rooster. The five-course meal runs $110 per person, and includes wine pairings; the dinner kicks off at 7 p.m., and you can purchase a ticket online.

And on Thursday, Sotto 13 in the West Village throws its first weekly Italian-style clambake-for-two dinner. The meal includes obster, mussels, head-on shrimp, Yukon gold potatoes, house-made Italian pork sausage, tomatoes, artichoke and corn, and if you make it there between 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., you can score 2-for-1 $13 cocktails during happy hour; make a reservation through the restaurant.