Pizza a Fetta

Pizza at Pizza a’ Fetta in Cannon Beach.

With a pizzeria on Hemlock in Cannon Beach operating in Hemlock since 1988, Pizza a’ Fetta has opened a second location in Seaside.

Co-owner of Bella a’ Fetta James Faurentino at Monday’s City Council meeting.

Co-owner James Faurentino came before the City Council with a request for a limited on-premise liquor license for the new spot. This license allows the sales of malt beverages, wine and cider.

Located at 611 Broadway in the Gilbert District, restaurant hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.

Stockholder owners include Faurentino, Kevin Countryman, and Brian Johnston. Milinda Ward is noted as the application contact.

The former owner of Bella Espresso in Cannon Beach, which closed two years ago, Faurentino said he was ready for a new opportunity to Seaside.

Councilors shared his enthusiasm.

“I’m excited to have them in Seaside,” Seth Morrisey said. “They have great pizza. I can’t wait to go. James, what took you so long?”

The council unanimously approved the liquor license.

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