Make plans in the Bronx on Saturday for a seafood hurrah to herald in fall and bid adieu to summer. The Bronx Brewery hosts Taste Social's Clam Bake Festival in their brand spanking new tap room, where they'll be dishing up buckets of clams and mussels from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Contrary to the setting, the event is actually BYOB (wine and beer only), so your $38 ticket goes towards two buckets of mollusks plus two sides include rice, pasta, corn, potatoes and two kinds of sausages. There's also some live music and other fun and games.

If you're feeling virtuous (or need to be), check out the city's First Juice Crawl, where the imbibing is all about kale and beets, with nary a drop of alcohol in sight. The crawl begins in Union Square and ends in nearby Flatiron, stopping at shops like The Squeeze and Juice Press; check out the menu here. Tickets ain't cheap at $55, but you'll get loads of samples at each stop plus some fitness workouts and other health-conscious activities as a bonus. Your body will thank you.

101714apple.jpg
(via Facebook)

Back to indulging our vices, the Kings County Saloon in Bushwick is hosting an adult carnival on Saturday and Sunday full of all sorts of carnal activities that are more American Horror Story than Barnum & Bailey but without all the murder (probably). The Fall Carnival Festivities include "carnies, gypsies, sad, bad and out-of-control clowns, a wheel of spanking, surly fortune tellers, a hypnotist, magical acts, face painting, a kissing booth, a clown peep show, sexy pumpkin carving and more," plus pickle eating contests and other fair-like food on offer. There's no cover, but games and attractions start at $2 a pop.

And finally, what good is the weekend without a little (or a lot of) bacon? Enter the Brooklyn Bacon Takedown on Sunday at Littlefield, where some creative cooks will have their way with some Hormel Black Label Bacon in hopes of winning over the crowd with their offerings. Tickets are $20 to sample whatever concoctions come out of the deranged, pork-addled minds of the cooks.