Mirage pairing: Get into that Big Apple feeling by starting at NY icon The Carnegie Deli for lunch, where of course you’re going to order a pastrami sandwich and a cup of matzoh ball soup. With the original Carnegie closed for a year at that point, you’ve found a New York experience even NYC can no longer boast. (Whatever you do, don’t play “What’s New, Pussycat?” on repeat, though.) Mulaney’s a snappily groomed performer, so fit in with a trip to The Salon to get yourself snazzy for the big night. Women can find the full suite of hair, skin, makeup, and nail care, while men should treat themselves to a shape-up combined with a hot towel lather shave in the private Barber Shop, which comes with a complimentary whiskey or beer. You won’t end up as babyfaced as your headlining act, but you’ll flash enough style to ensure you don’t look like a tourist. Before the show, stop in for a quick sushi dinner at Otoro -- but be sure to kick off your night with the spicy roulette appetizer of shishito peppers to get yourself in a gambling mood. Keep dinner light; you’ll still be full from lunch, and a heavy meal might make you tired when you’ll want to stay on your toes to keep up with Mulaney’s quick and subtle punchlines.