The Fall Equinox is upon us, but that doesn't mean you can't hold on to a few last vestiges of summer. And like most good things, this week's eats—featuring international street food, a few small bites, and Nashville-style BBQ—are best enjoyed outside.

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One of the city's best outdoor food markets is back with an all-new autumn roster. Urbanspace Garment District will be open for business beginning on Monday and will run until November 2nd. This year's selections include street food staples from around the world, like empanadas from La Sonrisa and Turkish pastries from Mmm Enfes. Taco lovers have multiple options to choose from, including classic Mexican food from Delicatessen Taco and newcomer Frida's Kitchen—or Southeast Asian-inspired tacos from Coney Shack. Check out the full lineup here.

Summer officially ends on Wednesday, but that doesn't mean you can't get one last BBQ in before the all-out pumpkin spice assault begins. On Wednesday and Thursday, Pig Beach is having the final event of their guest pitmaster series, hosted by Pat Martin of Martin's BBQ in Nashville. Martin will be building a cinderblock pit and cooking a hog in the middle of Pig Beach's outdoor eating area. Purchase tickets (beginning at $50) here.

Beginning on Wednesday, Michelin-starred Portuguese restaurant Aldea will be offering seven signature small bites at their bar. The seven Portuguese mini-meals include uni toast, arroz de pato (duck rice), and grilled octopus with potato and vinegared peppers. You can sample three bites for $21, five for $35, or try all seven for $49. There's also an option to pair the bites with three half-glasses of wine.

More than 50 food and drink purveyors will be serving up snacks at the 21st annual Harvest in the Square this Thursday. The two-hour-long event offers unlimited tastings, all paired with wines and microbrews, so be sure to come with an appetite. This year's options include Montauk pearl oysters from Blue Water Grill, jalapeno-cheddar bratwurst from Blue Smoke, and an assortment of pies from Hill Country Chicken. Purchase tickets ($125) here.