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Tutta Bella to Open in Bellevue; Seattle Rules the Tube

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SEATTLE— Seattle is all over national television in the upcoming weeks. First up, according to Seattle Met, the Pike Place Fish guys will be showcasing their new cookbook on the Today show March 11. On March 13, Seattle's late-night food scene will be the focus of the Travel Channel's Feed the Beast hosted by Mikey Roe. First stop? Li'l Woody's. On March 15, that Kitchen Nightmares episode of Yanni's in Greenwood is scheduled to air, while the episode featuring forthcoming Radiator Whiskey co-chef Tyler Palagi airs the following Friday. [EaterWire]

BELLEVUE— Local pizza chain Tutta Bella is expanding operations to Bellevue. Owner Joe Fugere tells Nosh Pit that the Crossroads location, expected to open this fall, will have a glassed in, temperature-controlled patio area that can be used at least three seasons out of the year. And some exciting news for those who don't live on the eastside: Starting Monday, the Stone Way location will have a "jewel box lounge" for those who want a quieter, more adult environment (i.e. no kids). [Seattle Met]

SEATTLE— Starting today, beer drinkers will be seeing a lot more of Portland's Burnside Brewing Company on draft, as well as an increased focus from the brewery on the Seattle market in general. Seattle Beer News says The Pine Box will be hosting BBC tonight at 6 pm for a draft release party, followed by a visit to Roosevelt Ale House tomorrow evening. [Seattle Beer News]

[Photo: Palagi on Kitchen Nightmares/Ronald Holden]

Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria

4918 Rainier Avenue S, Columbia City, WA 98118 206 721 3501 Visit Website

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