Your piece of the pie.
What: The latest salumi bar and pizzeria from Ethan Stowell does light bites such as cured meats (mortadella, culatello), wood-fired pizzas, bruschetta (lamb’s tongue with salsa verde, chickpeas and anchovy), and barrel-aged cocktails.
Why: Three kinds of prosciutto.
When: Daily, 4-11 p.m.
Where: 1546 15th Ave. (206-838-8081).
Bluebird Microcreamery & Brewery
What: The ice cream parlor adds craft brewing to its list of talents, with a focus on dessert beers such as the Caffe Vita Coffee Porter and nonalcoholic sodas such as the Snickerdoodle.
Why: Theo Chocolate Milk Stout goes down easy with a scoop.
When: Mon.-Fri., 3-10 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon-10 p.m.
Where: 3515 Fremont Ave. N.; 7400 Greenwood Ave. N.; 1205 E. Pike St. (206-588-1079).
What: Hearty, gigantic snacks made right in Queen Anne.
Why: Golden raisin date, sour cherry date, and honey pecan date.
When: Your glass of milk gets lonely.
Where: Available at yeahcookie.com, $2.50-$3.
What: Improv with a sport nut’s mentality. Performers compete in teams and take suggestions from the audience (shouting is encouraged).
Why: No two shows are alike.
When: Every Fri. & Sat., 10:30 p.m.
Where: 1428 Post Alley (206-587-2414). Tickets ($15) at unexpectedproductions.org.
What: There’s no stove in the Mediterranean-style bar — just a wood-burning oven and grill. At the latest venture from renowned chef Matt Dillon, most everything is fired or fermented, including yogurt.
Why: Get a whole rotisserie chicken with all the fixings at the to-go window (coming soon).
When: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Where: 323 Occidental Ave. S. (206-682-1117).
What: The popular shop’s second location has a high-end boutique vibe. It’s stocked with fur stoles, Bakelite jewelry, and other designer finds.
Why: You’re on the hunt for Chanel.
When: Daily, noon-7 p.m.
Where: 5424 Ballard Ave. NW (206-789-8191).
Photo: Geoffrey Smith / Courtesy of Bar Cotto