From the vines.
The Local Vine
What: Much-raved-about wine bar relocates from its original Belltown digs to a sleek spot designed by veteran Apple Store architecture team Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
Why: Look for price-conscious wine kegs, plus tastings and classes.
When: Opens Mon. Store hours, daily, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Wine bar, Mon.-Fri., 2 p.m.-2 a.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon-2 a.m.
Where: 1410 12th Ave. (206-257-5653).
What: A series of flicks — fifteen features and fifteen shorts from 1997 to 2009 — celebrating Northwest Film Forum’s fifteenth anniversary.
Why: Your chance to catch 2005’s Police Beat (named best film at Sundance by The Village Voice) on the big screen.
When: Thru Thurs.
Where: 1515 12th Ave. (206-829-7863). Schedule, series passes ($20), and individual tickets ($6-$9) online at nwfilmforum.org.
What: Soft knitwear at up to 65 percent off to keep you cozy despite the fall chill.
Why: If that doesn’t warm you enough, try Winery Insider’s libations at up to 60 percent off.
When: The leaves begin to turn.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Vincent Family Cranberries
What: Pressed from Oregon berries, the intensely flavored cran juice is either sweetened with agave or blended with blueberry juice. In the mood for a snack? Reach for a handful of plump, apple juice-infused dried berries.
Why: The family-run operation has been cultivating berries since 1957 — but the juices have just now arrived in stores.
When: Plain old OJ just won’t cut it.
Where: At Metropolitan Market and Whole Foods Market locations.
What: Pizza joint serves hand-tossed pies in a spare, old-world space with free delivery downtown and to First Hill neighbors.
Why: Don’t miss the red-sauceless version topped with ricotta, sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, roasted peppers and garlic, kalamata olives, mozzarella, and pesto.
When: Daily, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 1106 Eighth Ave. (206-547-7466).
Photo: Courtesy of The Local Vine