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Tuscany Ristorante Italiano is a classic favorite among the locals and tourists alike. We are located at the corner of Longhill Road and Olde Towne Road in Williamsburg. We are a fine Italian restaurant that offers our guests a taste of true authentic Italian dishes. The restaurant is co-owned by Aldo Bertuglia and Kate Huff. Aldo is responsible for everything in the kitchen and Kate is responsible for the guests and front employees.
We offer a magnificent selection of the finest authentic Italian dishes. We do not take short cuts. All of our dishes are made to order, which means that you can expect to have a dish where the ingredients and sauces are prepared and made on site after you place your order.
We offer more than spaghetti and meatballs. So do not be afraid to explore beyond your ordinary pallet. Have a glance at our menu and photo gallery (currently under construction) to see what tempts you.More
Williamsburg sweeps its visitors to another time with its cobblestone streets, Colonial-era taverns and village-style shopping. Consider it an invitation to taste America’s heritage with authentic Virginia ham, buttermilk biscuits, peanut soup, local wine and cheeses and Chesapeake Bay seafood. Filet mignon topped with jumbo lump crabmeat, roasted tomato and crab bisque and sautéed lump crab cakes celebrate the Bay. While Williamsburg, the largest of the American colonies, was Virginia’s capital and political center throughout the 1700s, don’t let all of that American history fool you. Williamsburg shows off its international side with pork schnitzel, shepherd’s pie, Flemish beef stew and house-made pasta with artichoke hearts. French flair is found in dishes like veal scaloppini, pan-seared sea scallops and grilled lamb with lentils and heirloom tomatoes. Four-course lunch menu, anyone?