SEEBeasts and BunniesWhat: McKinney Avenue Contemporary showcases the work of four artists who use animals — each in a way that is different from the others — to explore nature, culture, and behavior.Why: We could stare at Helen Altman’s “Goldfish” all day.When: Thru Feb 12. Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.Where: 3120 McKinney Ave. (214-953-1212). Suggested donation, $5.TASTEBeeWhat: Short for “best enchiladas ever,” the new quick-bite spot serves simple Tex-Mex faves (burritos, tacos) with dozens of fresh and organic toppings, fillings, cheeses, and sauces.Why: Not-so-fast-food sips, including margaritas, beer, and sangria.When: Daily, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Where: 202 W. Davis St., Oak Cliff (214-941-1233).MINGLELeading Ladies SpectacularWhat: Grab a player’s card at Ralph Lauren in Highland Park Village, score stamps from participating boutiques (DVF, Scoop, Tory Burch, Vince, etc.), and turn it in at Chanel for a free luxury gift bag, cocktails, and bites by local foodie star Lisa Garza.Why: Ten percent of sales benefits various charities; Genesis Women’s Shelter is accepting gently worn accessories, shoes, and handbags at the complimentary valet.When: Tues., 6:30-9 p.m.Where: Highland Park Village, Preston Rd., at Mockingbird Ln.BUFF UPSuper Bowl Spa SpecialsWhat: Lose your Ritz-Carlton Spa rookie status and take 20 percent off any service Monday through Thursday, including the limited-time tight end body treatment (increases blood flow to make skin taut), first down facial, and quarterback sack sports wrap.Why: This Sunday you’ll also get a free pregame Bloody Mary, game-time beer or bourbon, or postgame brandy. When: Thru Feb. 28. Daily, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.Where: 2121 McKinney Ave., 2nd flr. (214-922-4820).Photo: Courtesy of McKinney Avenue ContemporaryGear up for the Super Bowl with party-friendly cocktails and finger foods.