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Seward Park and Tutta Bella

Every outing should be followed by Pizza!

I recently spent the afternoon at Seward Park which encompasses 300 acres of a peninsula on Seattle’s Lake Washington. With trails and gardens to explore, Seward Park is definitely worth exploring. Of particular interest is the Greek style amphitheater, built in 1953, this venue has seen orchestras, dancers, and singers grace its stage. Also worth checking out is the art studio which offers classes for adults and children, workshops, and art shows. With minimal play areas within the park and a playground located just on the edge of the park, Seward Park is fairly “adult friendly.”


Following my trip to the park, I went to my favorite restaurant in Seattle, Tutta Bella. With four Seattle locations and one located just minutes from Seward Park in the Columbia City neighborhood, Tutta Bella serves up some of Seattle’s finest authentic Italian pizza. With their crispy thin crusts and fresh, simple ingredients, Tutta Bella is easy to fall in love with. Certified by the “Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana,” they meet the high standards set by using only the freshest, authentic ingredients. Yes, they may be a bit “cafeteria” like and the service is not always the greatest, I still find myself forgiving them when I take that first bite of pie. On this particular trip I treated myself to a flatbread caesar salad. It was simple, light, and every bit as delicious as a pizza. If you haven’t been to Tutta Bella yet, shame on you. :)


Posted by Jennylynn 21:08 Archived in USA Tagged tourist_sites

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