When patio season arrives, there’s no place we’d rather be than at one of the picnic benches alongside this multifaceted spot that manages to be an all-day café, brewery, bakery, pizzeria, and overall celebration of delicious things made with yeast. If you’re in the mood for an early dinner, then feast on a half-price sausage and olive or mushroom Neapolitan pie during the happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. Yet every time is a good time, from breakfast with olive oil coffee cake and tonka-bean-scented morning buns, to Sicilian slices at lunch, to dinner, when you’ll want a wild-yeast fermented saison to complement a ramp puttanesca pizza. Don’t sleep on tavern pie Tuesday: This may be the city’s best thin crust.