However you like your seafoord, you'll find some tasty morsels at the Maryland Seafood Festival at Sandy Point Park, perched on the west end of the Bay Bridge. Entertainment is provided in order to rest up between snack bouts. Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 11 to 8. Admission is $2 for adults, free for kids. Call 301/268-7676.

Mezedakia for the multitudes: Saint Sophia Church is holding a Greek festival, complete with food and folk dancing, on its grounds at 36th and Massachusetts NW. Saturday, 11 to 9 both days. Call 333-4730.

The Festival Italiano features, not surprisingly, music and food, Italian-style. The event will be held at the Villa Rosa grounds in Mitchellville, Maryland, Sunday from 11 to 6. Call 423-2243 or 638-0165.

On the eve of Michaelmas (1979 time: Saturday and Sunday, 11 to 6), troubadours, jousters and others turn Glen Echo Park into a medieval milieu. For information on the pageantry, call 492-6282.

For some neighborhood stepping-out, try Adams Morgan Day Sunday, noon to 10, at the corner of 18th and Columbia NW. Call 462-5114. Or the Takoma Park Festival, at Takoma Park Junior High Field, 7611 Piney Branch Road, 11 to 6. Call 829-8802.