It’s easy to get paralyzed by all the restaurant options that are available here in New York City, and even with unlimited time and funds, it would be nearly impossible to try them all. One way to maximize efficiency is to triple up with Dishcrawl, a group dinner progressive that gives participants a chance to try representative dishes from three different local restaurants in one evening. Although cities all over the world have been enjoying similar culinary adventures for years, next Tuesday marks the first-ever Brooklyn Dishcrawl. The first stop is Kiwiana, Top Chef contestant Mark Simmons’ ode to New Zealand-inspired cuisine, where crawlers will be presented with a tasting trio of poached red beets with lavender-infused ricotta, crispy white bait fish with grilled lime, and braised lamb shank with mint pesto, as well as a pavlova with kiwi, grape and strawberries for dessert. The remaining two restaurants are being kept a secret until the event draws closer, but it’s a good bet that they will be serving up some similarly awesome food. Tickets are $45.