Seattle: Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria

Address: 2200 Westlake Avenue, Suite 112, Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 624-4422


Our last dinner in Seattle was at Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria, Westlake.  The location was great as it was somewhat close to our hotel, Hyatt Place.  We took the free hotel shuttle to and from.


Tutta Bella was recommended since it’s a really kid-friendly pizzeria.  I totally agree.  The pizzeria even had wikki stix for the girls to play with before the food came and while we were ordering.  Since it was a somewhat warm day, we decided to sit outside on the patio.

Tutta Bella also features an open kitchen with wood-fired oven.  This is great so the kids can watch be educated to how pizzas are made.

We went towards the tail end of Happy Hour to take advantage of the great values.  The thing about the Happy Hour is that the pizzas are way cheaper, but they come a wee-bit smaller in the 8″ size than the regular-priced ones.  It didn’t matter since the pizzas were all delicious!


We started off with some Bruschetta.  The tomatoes were ripe and the bread wasn’t too hard.  Yum!

We then shared three 8″ pizzas or pizzettes (all finished with grana padano cheese):


Margherita: Pomodoro, Fresh Mozzarella, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), and Basil.  This was a basic pizza that was scrumptiously tasty.


Tutta Bella: Pomodoro, Fresh Mozzarella, Isernio’s Italian Sausage, Mushroom, Onion, and Basil.  I loved this one!


Bianca: Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), Fresh Mozzarella, Chevre, Provola, Onion, Roasted Garlic, and Oregano.  This was a “white” cheese pizza.  The girls loved it.

To end the night, we ordered three dolci (desserts):


Bottega Italiana Gelati: specifically strawberry italian gelato with a wafer cookie.  How can you go wrong with Italian Gelato?  You can’t.


Panna Cotta Al Cioccolato: valrhona chocolate, whipped cream, and chocolate hazelnut cantucci crumble.  This was smooth, rich, and velvety.


Carolina’s Cornetto: pizzelle cone, mascarpone cream, pistachio, sun-dried cherry, and chocolate chips.  Interesting delicious mixture of nuts, fruits, and chocolate.

This was a great place to cap off our family trip to Seattle.

– Norm

Children’s Menu [n]
Changing Station [y]
Highchairs/Boosters [y]
Stroller Access [open and spacious]

Other reviews of Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria:
Seattle Times


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