Food market Mad. Sq. Eats has decreed this season's opening day to be today, Friday, May 1st. The annual gourmand playground operated by UrbanSpace occupies the space across from Madison Square Park, filling it with a few dozen food purveyors that operate daily throughout the month. This year's rookie vendors including all'onda chef Chris Jaeckle's quick service sushi spot Uma Temakeria, as well as Texas offerings from nearby Hill Country Barbecue Market. West Village tapas eatery Barraca will be operating a pop-up Paella Shack in the space as well, plus seasoned favorites like Calexico, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Melt Bakery and Roberta's Pizza.

Following a packed debut weekend, the Queens Night Market returns to Flushing Meadows Corona Park this Saturday evening, running from 6 p.m. until midnight. Returning vendors include Takoyako from Karl's Balls, stuffed roti from Burmese Bites and succulent skewers from Running BBQ. Check out the full lineup here, which also includes pot stickers, Chinese buns, Peruvian steak sandwiches and Ecuadorian juices.

Breakfast Tacos (Michael Tulipan)

On Sunday, Tex-Mex hotspot Javelina debuts their Lone Star State brunch, packed full of eggy goodies stuffed between—or mingled with—tortillas. There are breakfast tacos (two for $12, three for $16), of course, stuffed with scrambled eggs and cheese on flour tortillas, with a choice of two extras like bacon, brisket, poblanos, jalapenos and others.

Another standby, Migas ($16), are also on offer: think a deconstructed taco, where scrambled eggs, cheese, serrano peppers, fried tortllas and pico de gallo are all mixed together. Check out the full menu, which also includes cocktails like the Tomatillo Bloody Maria ($13) made with tequila and a spicy tomatillo sauce.

The exceptional Vegan Shop-Up comes to Manhattan on Sunday, bringing with it tons of cruelty-free eats and treats to Spreadhouse from noon until 6 p.m. On hand will be empanadas, donuts, sandwiches, chocolates, ice cream and other prepared food items, plus vegan cheeses, seitan, tempeh, macarons and more to take home with you. The free, all-ages event also includes things like handbags, which'll be helpful for carting home all that loot.