Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria is finally reopening its doors in Bellevue, and it will have a new coffee bar.

Known for its Neapolitan cuisine and wood-fired pizza, the restaurant announced its doors will open on Monday, February 19th.

“The 7,000 square foot restaurant, located at Crossroads Bellevue, originally closed in 2020 to function as a commissary and production hub for the company’s growing retail business,” according to the team at Tutta bella.

“Following the opening of Tutta Bella’s 15,000 square foot manufacturing facility on Industrial Way in SODO last summer, the production was moved there, and renovations kicked off on the restaurant.”

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The new space will offer visitors a new layout, and it will include an early morning coffee service at a “Coffee Bar.” This will be open daily at 6:30 am, and has its own entrance. It will also offer homemade sweet and savory food options, as well as fresh juice.

As well, there will be a new marketplace that will have Tutta Bella retail products, along with imported Italian goodies. You can expect to find sauces, dips, breads, unique wines, and deli offerings.

There is also a customizable private dining space.

To celebrate the reopening, Tutta Bella says it will be donating $1 from every pizza sold during opening week to the Bellevue College Foundation, a “non-profit organization committed to assisting students in their education journey through institutional gifts, grants and awards.”

Tutta Bella was founded in 2004, and the Seattle-based restaurant group operates five neighborhood restaurants, two grocerants and a food truck.

Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria

When: Opening Monday, February 19th
Where: 15600 NE 8th St.