The Weekend Playbook: A weeklong music festival and a footlong lobster roll

Footlong Lobster Roll

You Definitely Want to Win ThisWant two tickets to SAVOR, basically the classiest beer & food tasting event on record? Yes, you do. It's tomorrow night, but we've got a pair up for grabs. They're worth $170 apiece, which pretty much says it all. Tweet at @ThrillistNYC with #SAVORFlavor and your ideal beer + food combo to enter, and we'll let you know if you won.Event of the WeekThe Northside Festival in Williamsburg is kicking off this weekend, so get ready for a week of over 350 bands including free concerts at McCarren like The Walkmen on Saturday, and Solange on Sunday.What You NEED to Eat This WeekThere's a mother-effing footlong lobster roll, available this weekend ONLY at Cull & Pistol in Chelsea Market. Get there as soon as you can.Friday, June 14th101 crazy-awesome LEGO sculptures are coming to Times Square, and they are all better than that one fort you maybe half-built when you were a kid.Saturday, June 15thHead to The Rock Shop in Brooklyn for an epic set from NYC's premier fake (but now real) athletics-/pop culture-inspired band The Sports, followed by another epic set from hockey-themed headliners The Zambonis. Tickets hereTrek over to the brand-new player on the outdoor eating and shopping scene, the LIC Flea, where you can also score eats like creamsicle-flavored marshmallows from Mitchmallows and ginger pulled-pork sliders from Alobar.Sunday, June 16thIf you're not doing Father's Day (or if your father is totally sweet), head over to the Fatty Crab for their "Anti-Meatpacking" booze brunch where for $18 you can score any 3 cocktails or for $49 you can grab a carafe of picklebacks, a 375ml Jameson and two PBRs. See the whole brunch menu, hereOpeningsZZ's Clam Bar, the next spot from the hit-makers over at Torrisi, opens this week with a focus on seafood and small plates; 9A opens in West Harlem with an eclectic menu including everything from slow-roasted pork shoulder Cuban sandwiches to sushi; new artsy cocktail joint Sel Rrose (not a typo) is hitting the LES; and Prime Grill moved into a much grander two-level spot with rooms with awesome names like "The Lion".