Tuscany Grill
Modern Italian fare in a warm setting
Italian · Bay Ridge · $$
The Zagat Review
4.5
Food
4.0
Decor
4.3
Service
 
Beloved in Bay Ridge for its “excellent” contemporary Tuscan food at midrange prices, this “quiet” , “cozy little neighborhood” Italian has a “comfortable” vibe perfect for “dates” and other “happy occasions” ; valet parking and “welcoming” service are further reasons it's “been around for years.”
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hours Open Today · 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Chevron
Monday
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
location 8620 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11209, United States phone +1 718-921-5633 directions Get Directions
What To Order
Braised beef short ribs
Barbecued baby squid
Hunter Style pasta “al forno”
Insider Tip
For an extra $2, you can opt for organic whole wheat pasta in any of the noodle dishes.
Known For
Takeout
Zagat Mentions of Tuscany Grill
Google Reviews
4.1
(59)
Nice Ambiance, cozy, we were a group of 3,no wait. Nice place for an intimate date. Our server was very pleasant but was difficult to understand. I recommend the prosciutto and mozzarella, the calamari was overcooked and chewy and the Clams Casino was undercooked and fishy. We ordered 3 different pasta dishes the food was bland but once I added a lot of grating cheese was good! Unfortunately the portions were small for the prices! Doubt we will be back.
jay Girard · April 29, 2018
It's good, pricy though with small portions and long wait time
Patricia Kiernan · May 23, 2018
Good service. Wait staff was very friendly but not knowledgeable about food. I ordered the double cut pork chop with hot cherry peppers for $28. The pork chop was barely 3/4 of an inch thick on one bone and was dry. It was served with maybe 5 string beans that were over cooked and a minuscule portion of mashed potatoes. The hot cherry peppers were nonexistent. I told the waiter that I thought it was suppose to be a double cut pork chop and he said “it is it looks thick to me”. He had no idea what a double cut pork chop was. After showing the waiter a picture of a double cut pork chop he acknowledged that the pork chop served did not look like a double cut pork chop. The owner came to the table and said that he checked with his wife, who is the head chef, and said that due to the inconsistent size of the racks they only serve one bone with a chop an inch and a half to two inches thick. The owner was not very apologetic and appeared to be only interested in relaying his position. Needless to say I will not be going back anytime soon.
Anthony Capek · November 5, 2017