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Tuscany Italian Restaurant
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Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PM
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250 Cinema View Woodstock, GA 30189
250 Cinema ViewUSGeorgiaWoodstock30189
$$Italian RestaurantToday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PM
Sunday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMMonday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–9PMFriday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMSaturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
The Tuscany Italian Restaurant offers traditional northern Italian cuisine served in a charming and romantic atmosphere with over 30 dinner choices, daily specials, and an incredible wine selection.
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Northern Italian fine dining featuring a lengthy wine list & warm space with a bar/lounge & patio.- Google
"I order the Veal Marsala, my wife enjoys the Gorgonzola pasta with Salmon."
"Best fine dining experience in Woodstock."
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Jeff Nelson
4 weeks ago
First the restaurant is gorgeous and looks like it is going to cost you an arm and a leg. It doesn't. The prices are very reasonable. Second the food is outstanding. I order the Veal Marsala, my wife enjoys the Gorgonzola pasta with Salmon. A special order made perfectly and with no complaint. If it isn't on the menu they will make it for you. My kids live for the Alfredo. The owner/manager is as outgoing, friendly and accomodating as anyone could ever be, he will not allow you to be disappointed. Every server in the restaurant goes above and beyond to make sure your dining experience is excellent. Their wine selection is proper, the full bar is a great place to hang out and if I had any negative thing to say about it I would, but alas I can find no faults. I eat here often and recommend Tuscany to everyone.
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Greg Gibson
5 months ago
Best Italian restaurant in Cobb and Cherokee! Excellent ambience, romantic for two, great for family or group, nice views. Veal Marsala exceptional; all dishes fresh and well created. Good wine list. Cute bar area. VERY reasonable prices. Hate to let best kept secret out - well worth drive. Theater nearby for movie and dinner. Service prompt and attentive. Ample parking... Why aren't you here?
Richard Mariduena
7 months ago
Great Food!! Reminds of Eating in New York. Great Service too!! i recommend this place.
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Ken Schirrmacher
4 months ago
Best fine dining experience in Woodstock. I love it here!
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Nick Dodenhoff
6 months ago
Fantastic restaurant. The hostess was pleasant, the waiter was extremely helpful, and the cook really new what he was doing. As a younger customer, I've had times where fine dining includes being forgotten or uncared about. Not here, our waiter was so great that he listened to us and made a dish from scratch for my girlfriend with specific dietary needs. Our dishes were cooked perfectly. Fantastic establishment.
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Debby Ciccone
6 months ago
Have been here about a dozen times and have always rated it five stars, but this last visit was disappointing. Received an $80 Groupon for my birthday, so took another couple, thinking my husband and I would have a hard time reaching $80 - boy were we mistaken! Things have changed a lot since our last visit. Our bill for four people was $177, which includes an 18% gratuity the facility adds whenever a Groupon is redeemed. The food was good as usual, but what is bringing my rating down are two things the pace of the meal, the cost and the change in salads not being included any longer with the entree and the way in which it was presented. Pace Of Meal: Our appetizers were brought out quickly, which was great, but while we were still eating those, our salads were brought out. We were not even half-way through with our salads and our entrees arrived. While I would much rather have food quickly then a four hour meal, spent waiting and waiting - at no time did our server or the staff delivering the food make an observation or comment about the food arriving so quickly. I would have expected the server to at least hold the salads, which are cold until we finished our appetizers. We had no room for all of the plates at the table and I felt rushed. Salads: I don't know when it changed, but salads are not included with the entrees anymore. I do not mind paying more for quality food. And this is quality, but it isn't such high quality that it is worth what they are charging now. For example, I ordered an entree called Pollo alla Greca, which is an egg battered chicken breast (probably half breast) over angel hair with artichokes, capers, kalmata olives in a lemon garlic sauce for $20. The server said, what I thought was "Would you like to have a house salad or Caesar salad with that?" I ordered the Caesar salad. When the bill came, we saw the salads were $6. Apparently, nothing comes with the entree any longer. What the server said was, "Would you like to ADD a house salad or Causer salad with that?" But, she spoke it so quickly and so authoritatively, everyone at our table believed a salad came with the dinner and we all heard her asking what type of salad we would like to HAVE. So, for my entree plus salad, it was $26. While, it was tasty - it wasn't worth $26. Price: I can't remember what the prices were exactly before, but this was one of the restaurants in our regular rotation. We would generally pay about $40-ish for two. Based on tonight's pricing, there is no way this will continue to be in our line-up of restaurants. There is so much competition in the food industry, we do not need to pay these kind of prices. We paid $9 for a glass of Sangria, $8 for fried mozzarella, $9 for mozzarella caprese salad, $20 for Pollo alla Greca, $18 for Tour of Italy, $17 for Chicken Francese, $20 for Veal Saltimboca, $9 for each dessert (we had three), $6 for each salad (we had three), $8 for a bottle of Guinness, plus two sodas. All of this plus tax and tip came to $177. Oh - and I dropped my knife. The waiter picked it up for me, but never brought me a new one :( I am sad because this used to be one of my faves.
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shelby childers
a year ago
This week was my second time to dine at this restaurant. First one was really enjoyable. Took our neighbors (couple) to thank them for helping us out so much. Second time--- my husband and I were there for lunch. My dish was the tortellini. I noticed when the waiter sat it in front of me it had an off odor to it. I commented this to the waiter and my husband. Ate half of it thinking it was just me perhaps. When I got home I had stomach cramps, and developed diarrhea. We decided it was the food. I returned it the next afternoon and was given a very unfriendly treatment by one of the waiters. The waiter said the manager was not there and would return for the 4:00 shift. I called them from home to let them know of my experience. Have yet to receive any reply from them. I won't be going back to this restaurant again! Obviously they don't care. Be careful when you eat there.
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Michael Crowe
a year ago
I've never experienced better customer service than sitting at Luciano's table with my family on Mother's Day. We had a party of almost 20, and he was attentive, pleasant, and entertaining the whole time. Oh, and the food was excellent too. The authentic Italian experience far and away beats all of the pretender chains.


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