Now your group can enjoy the taste of one of Seattle’s favorite pizzerias at your next event. Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria—the Northwest’s first Neapolitan pizzeria to be certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana— has retrofitted a shipping container to create the D’Asporto mobile food truck. The truck—which was recently blessed by a Catholic priest—includes an authentic Acunto wood-fired oven imported from Naples, Italy, and serves salads and beverages in addition to wood-fired pizzas. Founded in 2004, Tutta Bella has brick-and-mortar restaurants in Seattle’s Columbia City, South Lake Union and Wallingford neighborhoods, as well as in Bellevue, Washington, and Issaquah, Washington.  

Visit Seattle, in partnership with the King County government, will host “Cloudbreak: Seattle’s Revive Live Music Fest,” in support of Seattle’s music community. 

 

The Addition, also known as Summit, at the Seattle Convention Center (recently renamed from the Washington State Convention Center) is making steady progress toward completion. With only months of construction remaining, interior details are quickly taking shape. In other progress, construction has begun on the codevelopment office project by its new owner, Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. (HPP).

 

Ideal for events ranging from birthday dinners to corporate meetings, Spinasse’s newly acquired and renovated room with a private entrance sits on Pine Street in Seattle, adjacent to the restaurant’s main entryway on 14th Ave. The intimate and charming private dining room can seat up to 40 people and offers special events throughout the year from cooking classes to winemaker lunches.