During both lunchtime and dinnertime today there's a Seafood Fest at Union Square Greenmarket in recognition of Sustainable Seafood Week. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., enjoy ocean treats from local restaurants including Back Forty West, Crave Fishbar, Luke's Lobster and more, who are featuring dishes with sustainably caught seafood from the northeast seaboard. Then tonight from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. they're adding in a beer garden with local beer, wine and hard cider, plus live music, a seafood cooking demo and the opportunity to buy locally caught fish and shellfish.

Boston transplant Toro is launching a Pintxo Happy Hour on Saturday with small dishes ranging from $1, $3 and $5 plus $10 cocktails and wines and $3 pony beers. On the menu, expect dishes like Mussel Conserve with piquillo pepper and celery, a Black Seed Bagel chip with za'atar labne, tostas jamon with serrano, manchego and a tomato tapanade and fried pigs ears with spiced vinegar and togarashi. Drinks start flowing at 4:30 p.m. with food following at 5 p.m.; the festivities conclude at 7 p.m.

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Tortas de Chorizos (courtesy Jake's Handcrafted)

Over in South Slope, Jake's Handcrafted will be cooking up goat and beef cheek barbacoa, smoking a 15-pound baby goat alongside beef cheeks over mesquite chips and avocado leaves. The meats will be cooked in a salt crust with roasted veggies underneath soaking up all the juices. Snag a $15 plate of food that includes meat, veggies, tortillas and sauce or snack on a Tortas de Chorizos for $9 and Chilaquiles for $6. Also on hand, some Blue Nectar Tequila-spiked Raspadas (shaved ice) in lime with chili salt, tamarind and hibiscus ginger flavors. The fun goes down Saturday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

If you feel like noodling around Smith Street on Sunday check out the Funday Sunday stroll happening from noon to 6 p.m. Smith between Bergen and Union will be closed to vehicular traffic and populated with pedestrians, live music, local crafts and food vendors. Organizers promise "no tube socks, no sheet sets," which may also mean no grilled corn and mozzarepas, too. You'll have to walk the walk to find out!