Just last week, Miles James opened his new Dot's Butcher and Deli inside Pike Place Market. The deli counter and butcher shop sells charcuterie and cured meats, terrines, pates, fresh sausage, bacon, and various cuts of beef, chicken, and pork. Game meat is available by special order; James sources primarily from a few select Northwest producers.
The sandwich menu features options like porchetta, meatball, cheesesteak, and corned beef, available daily, plus a few rotating specials. Expect sides, too, like a salad with pasta from Pioneer Square's beloved Il Corvo.
James, of course, made a name for himself with Fremont's shuttered Dot's Charcuterie and Bistrot. Though the new deli counter bears a similar name as his Fremont restaurant, there's very little overlap other than that. James's grandmother's name was Dot, so he says any restaurant he opened would carry her name. "I'm not opening the exact same Dot's as before, but the new space will carry the spirit of it," James told Eater in May.