The Weekend Guide

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Five-Borough Sandwich Tailgate

What: Pick three of five geographically themed heros ($15), which include the Manhattan from Faicco’s (prosciutto, mozzarella, roasted peppers), the Brooklyn from Zito’s (roast beef, horseradish), and the Queens from Brothers (eggplant, mozzarella, tomato, peppers).
Why: Game-day cocktails like the Super Bowl Brew (mezcal, lime and tomato juice, Tabasco, Negra Modelo), Pigskin (house-infused bacon bourbon, maple syrup, orange bitters), and more for the win.
When: Sun., 6:30 p.m.
Where: Whiskey Park, 100 Central Park S., at Sixth Ave.

The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress
What: Relive the unsolved disappearance of judge Joseph Crater through the eyes of his wife, a leggy showgirl (and mistress), and dutiful maid.
Why: Set among seedy speakeasies and backstage dressing rooms during Prohibition, the twists and turns in the tale of lust, greed, and deceit keep you guessing until the final pages.
When: The Nancy Drew in you can’t wait to solve the artfully hidden clues in this historical mystery.
Where: At amazon.com.

The Uptown Get-Down
What: Shake it to tunes from Smokey, Marvin, Aretha, Percy, Otis, and other ’60s soul legends.
Why: Feel the rhythm from DJ Peanut Butter Brown and special guests Honeydew Sue, DJ One Mint Julep, and Phast Phreddie of the Boogaloo Omnibus.
When: Tonight, 10 p.m.
Where: Ginny’s Supper Club, 310 Lenox Ave., b/t 125th & 126th Sts. (212-421-3821). Cover ($10) at the door.

Real Plums, Imaginary Cake
What: Authors Aria Beth Sloss (Autobiography of Us), Leanne Shapton (Swimming Studies), and Katie Kitamura (The Longshot) scrutinize real life versus the imaginary in storytelling.
Why: Thessaly La Force, culture editor for Vogue.com, moderates the panel, posing questions like How do our personal realities influence the stories we tell?
When: Tonight, 7 p.m.
Where: Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby St., b/t Houston & Prince Sts. (212-334-3324). Admission is free.


What: Mother-daughter duo Lauren and Rachel Piskin open their second NYC fitness studio on the UES. Break a sweat with the revolutionary Reinvention Method, a chair-based workout that fuses Pilates, ballet, and strength training with an overhead bungee system to improve flexibility, balance, posture, and core muscles.
Why: Shop the grand opening’s BaubleBar virtual pop-up, chow on guilt-free grub from Babycakes and Chop’t, sip organic juice concoctions from BluePrint, and more.
When: Class schedule at mindbodyonline.com. Grand opening, Sat., noon-2 p.m.
Where: 92Y, 1395 Lexington Ave., at 92nd St., lower lvl. (212-987-6100).

Chinese New Year’s Eve

What: Ring in the Year of the Wooden Horse with chef Sarah Simmons’s Southern-inspired Chinese dishes like kimchi-braised brisket, spicy rice cakes and wilted greens with fish sauce, and fortune cookies filled with surprise free dinners and gourmet gifts.
Why: Party like its 4712.
When: Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Where: City Grit, 38 Prince St., b/t Mott & Mulberry Sts. Tickets ($55) at citygritnyc.com.

Photo: Lauri Patterson / Getty Images

100 Central Park S
@ 6th Ave
New York, NY 10019
1395 Lexington Ave
@ 92nd St
New York, NY 10128
City Grit
38 Prince St
bt Mott & Mulberry Sts
New York, NY 10012
310 Lenox Ave
bt 125th & 126th Sts
New York, NY 10027
126 Crosby St
bt Houston & Prince Sts
New York, NY 10012