Week-Ipedia - Seven Days Of Feasting In NYC

A recent flourishing of delicious daily specials around town requires careful advance planning for maximum food-inhalation success. Follow our calendar to the letter for a gut-busting game plan.

Mondays: Marlow & Sons is offering a take on Chez Panisse's Le Grand Aioli ($30 to $35). It's a big bowl of garlicky mayonnaise, ringed by dip-ables that might include baby zucchini, fried green tomatoes, pickled onion rings and bluefish.

Tuesdays: Dinner is a shore thing at L&W Oyster Co., with a two-pound Maine lobster, grilled corn on the cob with lobster-roe butter, potato salad and house-made goldfish ($29.50 per person; two-person minimum; also available on Saturday).

Wednesdays: Char No. 4's barbecued baby back ribs, bacon-jalapeño cornbread, Chipotle potato salad, a beer and a 1-ounce taste of whiskey, for only $24? Done.

Thursdays: Utensils and plates are not offered at Jeepney's Kamayan-style dinner. Instead, banana leaves function as plates, and sticky rice is a tasty utensil for dishes such as fried fish with chiles and scallions ($40 per person; four-person minimum).

Fridays: When others flood the bars, flee to Central Park with food for two in a picnic tote packed by Untitled at the Whitney. Choose from a salad, such as sesame-miso greens, and a sandwich–or a burger and shake ($50).

Saturdays: Smorgasburg may rule the roost, but the new LIC Flea & Food (Saturday and Sunday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) deserves some love too. Try unique eats such as Sweetleaf's cold-brewed coffee with chicory and maple syrup ($4.50), Creamsicle marshmallows from MitchMallows ($1.25), and M. Wells' breakfast sandwiches ($10; Sunday only).

Sundays: We love chef Jose Ramirez-Ruiz's vegetables, but the man knows his way around a pig too. Find him at Crown Victoria Bar cooking spit-roasted and smoked Berkshire pigs ($13 a plate), and sides such as Vietnamese watermelon salad ($5).