For delicious steaks, plus fresh seafood, classic Italian favorites, and scrumptious desserts, pay a visit to midtown's Tuscany Steakhouse. Read on for our picks for standout features here, served at lunch Monday through Friday, and dinner seven days a week!
Tuscany Steakhouse: The Steak
Settle into the steak menu first—you’ll like what you see. The steaks at Tuscany Steakhouse are dry-aged in the restaurant’s own aging box to maximize the flavor. Their signature Porterhouse can be prepared for two, three, or four guests and is sure to knock out you and your friends. Or try their sirloin or rib-eye, if you prefer. They serve veal chops, flour-dusted veal Milanese, and veal Parmesan. Any steak can be served with their tangy Tuscany Steakhouse sauce, while the lamb chops are accompanied with a dish of bright-green jelly.
Tuscany Steakhouse: The Seafood
While the steak menu at Tuscany is fairly brief (meaning all the options are excellent!), seafood abounds on the left side of the menu. There are plenty of seafood appetizers, and you should go straight for the Cold Seafood Tower on ice. This dish presents a variety of seafood, including lobster, crab, mussels, and clams, with a dish of cocktail sauce in the middle (yum!). Or take a look at the oysters or Little Neck clams on the half shell.
On the Seafood & Pasta menu, go for the guest favorite linguine seafood. That’s shrimp, calamari, clams, lobster, and spicy marinara on a bed of linguine. A lighter option for an entree is the Chilean sea bass, which you can order grilled or sauteed.
Tuscany Steakhouse: Soups, Salads, & Sides
Tuscany’s take on Caprese salad, the Fresh Mozzarella and Beefsteak Tomato, makes the perfect Italian appetizer for your meal and is one of the restaurant’s very best dishes. Or you might like the wedge salad with tomatoes, creamy bleu cheese dressing, and bacon. Have a classic potato dish with your steak—Tuscany Steakhouse has them all! They serve hash browns, baked potato, mashed potatoes, or steak fries. The sauteed mushrooms are the stars among the vegetable sides, while the sauteed spinach and broccoli are tasty greens to scoop up with a bite of steak.
Tuscany Steakhouse: Desserts & Drinks
All the desserts at Tuscany Steakhouse come with homemade schlag, a supersized fluff of delectable whipped cream and a steakhouse staple. Their layered tiramisu is a classic take on the Italian delicacy and light as air, while the slice of cheesecake makes a perfect New York treat to end your meal in the big city. Another standout item is the hot fudge sundae for the chocoholic in your group.
Tuscany Steakhouse’s wine cellar stands alongside the dining room. The glass walls show shelves and shelves of wines from around the world, including a few giant bottles over a foot high lining the front of the space. Tuscany Steakhouse has a sommelier on staff to guide you to the ideal wine for your steak. The bartenders also make a strong martini with olives, plus a wide variety of tasty cocktails.
Tuscany Steakhouse: The Space
The dining room at Tuscany Steakhouse stands out with distressed brick and a warm fresco in the back of the room, depicting the serene Tuscan countryside. Full of courteous servers and staff, the space seats 150 guests, including two private dining rooms that are available for events.
Tuscany Steakhouse is conveniently located on West 58th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. The steakhouse is near The Shops at Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design, and the southern border of Central Park. The Theater District lies mere blocks away, in case you’re catching a show before or after your meal. 117 W. 58th St., 212-757-8630, tuscanysteakhouse.com