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Tosca is the flagship restaurant of Eat Well Inc. Open for dinner only, Tosca is located on historic Hingham Harbor and offers creative regional Italian cuisine focusing on fresh New England flavors and local, seasonal ingredients. Constructed in the 1910 Granary Marketplace building, the award-winning restaurant boasts a theatrical setting with exposed brick, imported tiles, mahogany woods, and an open kitchen from which executive chef Kevin Long takes center stage.
Hingham, MA 02043
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Large public lot located directly behind the restaurant.
Bus station also located behind the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
Tosca can provide a setting for business dinners and meetings to weddings and showers to anniversaries and birthdays. Whether you choose the Classic, Rustic look of 'The Wine Room' or the sophisticated, continental flavor of 'The Salon' it will set the stage for a grand event or intimate celebration
Private Party Contact:
Chris Sugrue: (781) 740-0080
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
Tosca Ratings and Reviews
Had another great dinner at Tosca. We were there on a Saturday night and the place was hopping but we were seated within a couple of minutes of our reservation. We had our usual appetizers which are always fabulous, oysters and the liver and onions. For main course my brother had the venison which he said was perfect and I had the wood grilled salmon also delicious. You can’t go wrong at Tosca. We come here a lot and have never been disappointed.
This was our second trip to Tosca, and somehow it exceeded my expectations yet again. The filet was incredible, as was the box of shrimp, the mashed potatoes, and the wonderful duck dish. My wife loved it and since it was her birthday, that made me very happy as well.
Tosca is in our neighborhood and is a consistent “go-to” restaurant when we want a pleasant atmosphere, solid menu options and first-rate wine choices. Waiters are well informed and responsive. Host/hostess service is inconsistent in terms of being accommodating.
Food was good but not great. Main meal brought to the table while we were eating salad - no no. Especially since we had asked that they wait until we were done with salad before bringing meal. Not sure but think it may have waited under heat lamp after we told them we weren’t ready. For the price they should have done better. Still the most beautiful and festive place I have ever seen - a victim of their own success!
Great food and wonderful service...always enjoy Tosca. Restaurant was busy but acoustics made it possible for my husband and I to talk without difficulty. Service was friendly without being intrusive. They made dessert special for our anniversary. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Tosca is a very attractive room with consistently good food and exceptional service. However, it is unreasonably expensive. There are other restaurants in the area that are just as good, at a much lower price point. Dinner for two for $220 is a bit out there. The noise level is troublesome as well - you almost can't have a conversation - the room's acoustics are not set up for quiet dining and the tables are crammed together as well. So, while the food is great every time we go, the ambiance and price point won't ever make it my "go to" place.
From the time we placed our entree to when we actually received the meal (steaks) it was over 50 minutes and this was early in the evening (the restaurant was not packed). The waitress came to the table a couple times and asked if we needed anything , when we inquired what was taking so long, she did not seem concerned. When the food finally arrived (after at least 50 minutes) the steaks arrived luke warm at best. We were all hungary so we just accepted the food since we did not want to wait any longer.
Terrific Restaurant with nice ambiance.
We had wonderful service, great food and a very professional Server that was very patient, informative and attentive.
We traveled just over an hour to meet friends and it was worth the trip.
The prices are a bit on the high side but the quality of food and attention to detail make it a great value.
We are looking forward to eating there again.
It had been a while since I’ve been to Tosca. It was worth the trip back. My husband had the pork with risotto. He really enjoyed it. I had the duck. It was a bit tough, but still good. A little sauce would have enhanced the dish, especially with the bread pudding side dish. The highlight of the evening was the roasted mushroom pate that we had as a first course. Outstanding! We will be back soon.
We have gone to Tosca's once or twice a year for ages now. It is an established restaurant with a varied menu and consistently good service. Usually we come home from Tosca completely satisfied but occasionally we find a flaw that is unexpected in such a fine establishment. This past visit was such an occasion. I ordered the sirloin from the special butcher's menu: meaning it was a bit pricy but promised to be high grade as well. While the steak was tasty, there were several bites of tough waste that needed to be placed back on the plate. I was able to "go with the flow" and not let it spoil an otherwise perfect night, but will remember not to order beef again. Everything else contributed to our usual flawless experience.
Given the hype, prices and reviews, this dining experience was very disappointing. Presentation of food is very amateurish. Also, the portion sizes are all over the place. The liver and onions appetizer was massive, split two ways it was still an appetite killer. The half portion of ravioli has only four ravioli for $17. The full size is $32 and has 8. Ridiculous price for ravioli even by NY standards. (Beef cheek ravioli with black truffles and squab liver at Babbo in NYC is $25) On the other hand, I had the half portion of Zucca, which was very good but the portion was such that I couldn't finish it. The biggest disappointment was the balsamic pork tenderloin. If you're expecting tender medallions of pork tenderloin you will be wrong. This was bafflingly thin shaved slices of pork served over cooked and doused in a confusing and complicated yet flavorless blend of ingredients, just a criminal thing to do to a piece of meat. The swordfish looked very good. The bread is also fantastic. Overall, disappointing. Perhaps the good people at Zagat should rethink that 4.7 rating.
My wife and I have to go here every couple of years just to remind ourselves why we don't eat here more often. The food is fantastic and the service has been great, but what kills it for us is the unbearable noise level. It is very difficult to have a conversation, even when the restaurant isn't filled to capacity. I assume management doesn't care because it has been this way for the 10 years we have been going. I guess Ill see you in 2019.
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