It's the mark of a True American to eat so much on Thanksgiving that one's body cannot comprehend consuming more food for at least three days post-feast. But we begin anew on Monday, and our digestive systems are clamoring for more sustenance now that the turkey and stuffing's concluded its dark journey through our small intestines. There is more food to eat, and more drinks to drink as the world spins madly on—here's where to do it this week:

On Monday, Flatiron workers will get a new lunchtime treat, thanks to the debut of the Shuka Truck, a new Mediterranean food cart set to launch at 32nd Street and Park Avenue. Expect a lot of hummus dishes from this Israeli/Tunisian hybrid, with specialty dishes including Shakshuka&mash;an egg dish made with tomatoes, chili peppers and onions—and Hammshuka, made with hummus, nuts, spices, and vegetables. Check the truck's Twitter for more details.

Head to Clinton Hall in the Financial District on Tuesday for the bar's annual Ugly Sweater Party. The bar'll be pulling out some craft Christmas ales from its cellar, with on-tap offerings including Long of Tooth English Style Old Ale and Oak Smoke Zymatore, and there'll be an ugly sweater contest with prizes awarded to the weirdest pile of woven wool. The event is free to attend, though food and drink is pay-as-you-go, and there's no need to RSVP.

Also on Tuesday, the SoHo iteration of Miss Lily's is hosting a Haitian Family Dinner to celebrate the book release of Chef Nadege Fleurimond's Haiti Uncovered. Fleurimond will be on hand to serve Haitian delicacies from 6 p.m. to midnight; contact the restaurant for a reservation.

And on Wednesday, Fung Tu in Chinatown will celebrate its 1st birthday with an anniversary party. The $35 ticket price gets you specialty dishes like smoked & fried dates stuffed with duck, brisket and brussels sprouts fried rice, and whole steamed fish. There will also be a cash bar serving $3 Tiger beers, $5 select wines and cocktails. The event kicks off at 7 p.m.; purchase your ticket online.