The halcyon days of lobster rolls and al fresco margaritas are coming to an end. But before the entirety of the Earth is sprinkled with Pumpkin Spice, we've got a few weeks of summer feasting in front of us, though sadly the rosé is still at risk. Here's where to eat:

On Monday, Telepan on the Upper West Side is celebrating its 10th anniversary by kicking off a month-long specialty tasting menu. Dishes include house-smoked brook trout, heritage pork “southern-style," and a peanut butter and chocolate gianduja. Best of all, prices harken back to those boasted back in 2005—3 courses run $45, and 4 courses run $55. The deal lasts through September 20th, and you can make a reservation through the restaurant.

Also on Monday, Bushwick pizza empresario Roberta's will throw a special pig roast in their garden. For $95, diners will get a four-course feast, complete with a whole roast heritage pig and wine pairings. The feast runs from 7 to 10 p.m.; you can purchase tickets online.

Head to Chelsea Market on Wednesday for the launch of the Los Tacos breakfast burrito cart, dubbed Breakfast Burritos "El Donkey." Diners can score morning offerings like chorizo con huevo, machuca con huevo, and a California burrito with egg, bacon, potato and cheese on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

And last but not least, also on Wednesday, Bareburger's Columbus Circle, Murray Hill, Hell's Kitchen and East Village locations will be offering a free side of fries for anyone who donates to a fund set up for Erin Cronican, an actor and director who runs a theater company with one of the servers at Columbus Circle. Erin is currently battling breast cancer and Barebuger's trying to raise $10,000 to help her out—stop by any one of those four locations on Wednesday, chip in and score a side of fries as a thank you for your help.