Tutta Bella

Our Culture

The staff at Tutta Bella is driven by the desire to provide the definitive Pizza Napoletana experience. We believe in treating our guests, co-workers and vendors with integrity, respect and love. We have a vision of building a fun, profitable and continuously improving business which has a positive impact on the communities in which we are located.

The Tutta Bella culture is rooted in a passion for being true to our guests. Our promise is to protect the DOC designation granted to us by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (VPN), and we take this responsibility seriously. Tutta Bella is all about being authentic—our food and our people are real and just like the streets of Naples things can appear energetic and hectic, but always come together to create an outstanding experience. We affectionately refer to this phenomenon as “controlled chaos” and we celebrate it on a daily basis.

Our pizzerias are home to all. We greet those who join us for a meal with warmth and joy, and we make sure that our restaurants are welcoming to everyone—families, kids, singles and couples. Our neighbors consider Tutta Bella the community living room, a place to gather and share stories, celebrate milestones, and hang out with friends and family.

To nourish lives by sharing traditions, authentic food and love.

~ Love: We act with compassion and integrity.
~ Innovation: We defy the status quo.
~ Growth: We challenge people to achieve greatness.
~ Community: We make a difference and inspire others.
~ Passion: We are devoted to excellence.

To enrich and invigorate communities by providing memorable experiences.

Our Story

The inspiration for Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria stems from a passion for the authentic, fire-roasted pizzas born in Naples and found throughout Italy. For a century and a half, the pizza makers (or “pizzaioli” as they are known in their home town) of Naples have been producing unique, mouth-watering pizzas using the freshest ingredients available. It is estimated that nearly 7 million of these pizzas are produced in Italy every day.

Prior to opening Tutta Bella in January 2004, Joe Fugere, the owner, received his certification as a pizzaiolo and traveled to Naples to continue his training and refine his skills. Since the VPN regulations do not state that the pizza must be made in Naples, any restaurant in the world has the opportunity to receive the VPN certification mark provided that the production of their pizzas meets the Association’s strict requirements. To date, only a handful of pizzerias in the United States have chosen to do so – Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria is the first restaurant in the Northwest to receive the coveted VPN certification.
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