KANSAS CITY’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT, DELI AND GROCERY
Under the guidance of his Italian-native mother, and heavily influenced by his travels throughout Italy, Jake Imperiale opened Bella Napoli in 2001 to meet Kansas City’s need for authentic Italian merchandise. Jake has hand selected all the grocery merchandise for Bella Napoli and every item is imported from Italy. Wander across the room and you’ll be immersed in an atmosphere as authentically Italian as it gets. An integral element of Bella Napoli, the pizzeria offers a variety of traditional Italian food. So whether it’s a few ingredients for your favorite Italian meal, or a delicious bite to eat, we’ve got what you’re looking for.
PREMIUM MEATS & CHEESES
If you’re searching for genuine Italian ingredients to compliment your kitchen, search no more. Bella Napoli offers you a wide array of straight-from-Italy items to make your pantry complete. Fresh-cut deli meats and cheeses, barrels of the finest and tastiest olives and much more, we’ll fill your grocery bag with everything on your check list – and maybe a little more. Stop by today!
What are People Saying?
Fantastico! 1/2 price bottles of wine on tuesdays. We had the bruschetta, yum, house salads and shared the penne siciliana.I could have licked the plate. Kliti was our server, ask for him. Really couldn’t be better!Steffon C.
Bella Napoli is always the most delicious, most fresh, and most satisfying Italian food I have in Kansas City. Having spent much time in Italy, I can say that this comes closest to Italian sensibilities. The pasta melts in your mouth. The tomato sauce is light and flavorful. Their pizzas are substantially better than those of Blue Grotto that supposedly specializes in this style of pizza but doesn’t come close to Bella Napoli, I’ve noticed that the couple of hostile reviews on this board have come from Texans…I’m not sure what that’s about. I’ve never had a complaint about Bella Napoli.CraigInKC
Oh, my my my. Lasange bolognese. Fun fact: authentic Italian lasagna pasta sheets do not have the frilly edges we’re accustomed to. They’re flat. Flat, flat flat. Just a sheet of pasta. And most are cut to the size/shape of their serving dish. Jake’s are fat rectangles. This is a must-have dish if you go. And, while you’re there, you can also pick up some lasanga sheets that are the real deal.Carlyklock