Trattoria Tosca is attached to the Turle Bread company. It is a good restaurant but nothing to brag about.
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My wife and I just dined her with another couple and we were blown away. It was a beautiful night and we ate outside. The food, from the salads though the entrees was exceptional. Creative, perfectly prepared, wonderfully flavorful. Service was good if a teeny...More
Great place excellent starters ,reasonably price good wine awesome service don't miss the grilled asparagus ,pasta outside seating this would be the place you went for special occasion or every fri ,My go to place,
Food and service are always good, but the menu items are always the same. If Tosca would freshen up the food options, I would visit it more frequently.
Great restaurant with great food and service. I had the chicken and it was awesome (a bit spicy though), others had the duck, the short ribs and pasta dishes. There wasn't a complaint in the crowd. Every one of the 12 of us loved the...More
Salad and pasta course were excellent. Service was attentive and professional. Extensive wine list. Casual and comfortable atmosphere. Highly recommended.
Tosca is unpretentious and therefore less well known. Tucked away in Linden Hills, it is easily mistaken for an extension of Turtle Bread, with which it shares property. You will find white tablecloths, a small but quality selection of wines, and staff who are quite...More
We ate here last night (Saturday) on a whim. We arrived at around 7.30 pm.No reservations but seating was not an issue, in fact we had a little booth in the corner just perfect for our family of 3.The decor of this restaurant is casual...More
We made reservations for this restaurant for a Friday evening and were seated promptly despite it being pretty busy. Cute, casual interior with a neighborhood feel. Decent wine list, average beer selection. Split the pistachio pear salad between the two of us; excellent! Everything on...More
we arrived at 6:30 for our reservations and were seated right away. It was quite noisy and we were seated in a more quite part in the back of the restaurant so we could converse with our friends. We each ordered a glass of wine...More