Get stoked.GORGEDope Burger What: The family-run Noodle Ranch reinvents itself as Belltown’s new burger joint, catering to daytime techies and late-night barhoppers. Why: Fantastically messy, old-school patties on buns sourced from a Vietnamese/French bakery. Avocado fries and creamy shakes seal the deal. When: Mon.-Wed., 11:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m.; Thurs. & Fri., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 a.m.; Sat., noon-1:30 a.m.; Sun., 4-10:30 p.m. Where: 2228 Second Ave. (206-441-3309). ATTEND Nepo Little Treats: The Pajama Game What: Klara Glosova opens the front room of her Beacon Hill home for an exhibit curated by artist Jason Hirata. Why: Sol Hashemi’s ink-jet rock portrait, Matthew Offenbacher’s color-soused painting (which lends the show its name), and Japanese bar food prepared by Hirata himself. When: Thru Feb. 28. Opens Sat., 6-10 p.m. with a screening of the film, My Neighbor Totoro, at 8 p.m. Gallery hours, Wed. & Thurs., noon-2 p.m.; by appt. Where: Nepo House, 1723 S. Lander St. Admission is free. SUP Pure Seafood What: A five-course, family-style Italian supper ($50) served around one communal table (tavolàta). Why: Penn Cove oysters, steelhead with rapini and polenta, and zeppole (fried pastry dough with ricotta) plus chocolate sauce. When: Sun., 6 p.m. Where: Tavolàta, 2323 Second Ave. (206-838-8008). TOUR Chef’s Walks Seattle What: Seattle’s most famous chef, Tom Douglas, has created a Kindle-based walking tour ($4) of our food-obsessed city (available for use on all smartphones and computers enabled with Kindle software). Why: Insider tips on where to find local delicacies, grab a drink with a spectacular view, and sip coffee, plus guided posteating walks. When: You’re craving some (food) knowledge. Where: Online at amazon.com. MUNCH Super Bowl Snacks What: Beer cocktails, finger foods, and other winning Game Day recipes for your big party. Why: Score points with poblano bacon green chili, Reuben balls with Thousand Island dressing, mulled wine, and more. When: Sunday, silly. Where: Online at dailycandy.com.