It pays homage to its Tuscan roots with menu selections and daily specials that bring together seasonal ingredients and rare imports. No restaurant in New England more faithfully reproduces Tuscan culinary traditions.
Starting with flavorful olive oil—the base of most Tuscan meals, our dishes incorporate handmade pastas, fine local and imported cheeses, housemade sausages, wild mushrooms, and fresh vine-ripened tomatoes. Pizzas are crisped to perfection in our stone oven and game and fish cooked alla griglia are enhanced with oak, hickory, and maple.
Tuscan tradition is expressed in our wines as well. The Sangiovese grape’s vino rosso, imbued with all the flavors of its surrounds, colors the palate of many distinguished names: Brunello di Montellocino, Chianti, and Chianti Reserva.
At Toscano, we enrich each meal with all the warmth of Italian hospitality, greeting returning patrons by name and welcoming new faces each day. When you’re here, you dine con amici — among friends.
Our interior spaces balance historical elements with touches from contemporary artisans around the globe. Century-old walnut floors, Italian stone walls, hand-carved doors, and masterfully painted chandeliers by Ulla Darni impart old-world warmth throughout Toscano’s rooms.
Richard Cacciagrani and Andrew D’Alessandro uphold the Toscano tradition. Together they ensure every Toscano experience, from the rich variety of flavors to the friendly, attentive service, is one to remember.
At our restaurant, inspiration is born from the simple homegrown flavors and traditions of the Tuscan meal. Taste the best that Italy has to offer in the rustic elegance of our dining room — no passport required.