After our first choice restaurant was busy, their hostess suggested Tuscany. Not far away, we decided to take her advice. We'd have done better to wait the hour for a table there. Tuscany 's interior isn't kitchy, more an homage to the owners. Probably should have had clue when a highlighted celeb guest was RHOA's Kim Zolciak: Tuscany is flash but no substance.
Good selection but nothing to be excited about. My Pappardelle Bolognese was bland although the serving size was good. My husband's recommended Sangria tasted like cough syrup. The surroundings were nice save for multiple TVs looping advertisements for laser treatments and real estate. The bill for 2 adults and 2 teens hit $100 (one ordered from the kids menu). The meal was not worth the money but the entertainment we derived from trying to figure out if our server's exaggerated accent was real or fake at least gave us a laugh.
Don't spend your money here. Tuscany's food is on par with nearby Carraba's - you'll do just as well there with more value for your money.
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