Tutto Restaurant & Bar

Details

Hours

Open Daily
Lunch, 11:45am + | Dinner, 4:30pm +
Valet Parking Saturday from 5:30pm

Gallery

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The People

Mr. Andrea Vescovi — Restaurant Director
Kristin Unger — Restaurant Manager
Mr. Nico Tognon — Bar Manager
Mr. Barret Pearson — Sommelier
Omar Haidi — Executive Chef
Joshua Horrocks — Chef de cuisine
Ownership — Pinnacle International

About Tutto Restaurant & Bar

Provare un po’di Tutto — Try a little bit of everything

Embrace tradition and modernity combined into remarkable authentic Italian dishes using only the finest ingredients from various Italian provinces. Along with classic and inventive cocktails, an extensive wine selection offers an array of palette indulging varieties from around the world. This energetic and fun setting will have you coming back again and again.

Tutto is the perfect choice for dinner with family and friends, cocktail catch-ups, business lunches, and all other get-togethers.

Located in Downtown Vancouver in Yaletown’s vibrant neighbourhood, Tutto is housed in a historic brick building constructed in 1908. With Tutto’s beautifully decorated modern interior, which includes an open concept kitchen, lively wine bar, a private dining area, and painted ceiling art, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Italy.

Tutto offers lunch, happy hour, and dinner with private dining bookings available. Benefit from two or three course meals and a rotating lunch menu any day of the week. Regular menus include antipasti starters and selections from land, sea, and garden, with traditional pastas and pizzas.

Favourable Reviews

“Kitty-corner from the open kitchen’s cherry-red Marra Forni deluxe brick oven is the elongated oval bar where Nico Tognon serves classics like the Americano and his own signature drinks.” — Gail Johnson/The Alchemist, Vancouver is Awesome, February 2021.

“This elegant Yaletown newcomer is perfect for date night or happy hour, but their pizzas are not to be overlooked.” — Lindsay William-Ross, Vancouver is Awesome, February 2021.

“Most items were straight-forward and not fussy. Rather, the skill of the chefs and the quality of the ingredients were on full display. Tutto is definitely a crowd-pleaser that will satisfy a wide-range of tastes at fair prices considering its location.” — Sherman Chan, Sherman’s Food Adventures, November 2020.

“Entering the cavernous space, the first thing you notice is all of the wine cabinets used to define and separate spaces as well as remind you that Tutto is about pleasing your palate in all ways.” — Stuart Derdeyn, Vancouver Sun, September 2020.

“Meaning ‘everything’ in Italian, Tutto will offer exactly that to their future guests. We’re talking a full dining room, a bar, and even a nice little patio for the warmer days. We have a feeling it’ll quickly become a staple in the area.” — Curiocity Staff, Curiocity, August 2020

“Expect fresh and local ingredients in all their dishes, which will include Roman style pizzas and other Italian favourites like Bucatini all’Amatriciana and Bistecca Fiorentina.” — Meagan Gill, 604 NOW, August 2020.

“Tutto will offer Italian dishes made with fresh, local ingredients, including offerings that “pay homage to each of Italy’s provinces.” Patrons can also look forward to an extensive wine selection featuring bottles from Italy, BC, and beyond.” — Hanna McLean, Daily Hive, July 2020.

“There’s a new Italian restaurant in the works on the main floor of the four-storey brick heritage building at 901 Homer Street. Named “Tutto” – Italian for “all” or “everything”.” — Andrew Morrison, Scout Magazine, June 2020.