The windy/rainy season is slowly morphing into the hot/sticky season, but no matter—there's so much food to eat, it will help you forget about all the sweat-soaked bodies you had to stand near on the 6 train! Here's where to pig out this week:

On Monday, Louro in the West Village is hosting a Lobsterpalooza feast. For $75, you get a seven course lobster-heavy tasting menu, with dishes including Lobster Crudo, Lobster Fra Diavolo and poached lobster. The dinner is BYO wine and beer, and it kicks off at 7 p.m.; you can make a reservation through the restaurant.

Also on Monday, brave the wilds of Midtown for the area's Taste of Times Square event. Dozens of TourtistTown's vendors will be hocking their wares, including Toloache, B. Smith's Restaurant, Buca di Beppo and Guy's American Kitchen and Bar, sir yes sir! The festival runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Ave and is free to attend, but food tickets cost $1 a pop, with dishes ranging from one to six tickets each. You can purchase tickets online.

Head to the French Institute Alliance Française in Midtown East on Wednesday for a panel on the great chefs of fine French cuisine, headed by famed chefs Alain Ducasse, and Anita Lo, and Le Bernadin co-owner Maguy Le Coze. Tickets are $20-a-pop and can be purchased online; the talk begins at 7 p.m.

And on Thursday, Slow Food NYC is holding their third annual fundraiser at the Astor Center in NoHo. The $130 ticket price includes artisanal cocktails, beer and wine tastings from the likes of Sixpoint Brewery and Paumanok Vineyard, food tastings and musical entertainment, all within the realm of the group's dedication to counteracting the culture of fast food. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., and there's an after-party from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. (tickets to the after party-only run $25). You can purchase a ticket online.