Tuscan Kitchen Opens Next Week in Seaport With Tableside Truffles and More Than 400 Wines

A haven for Italian dishes, imported wines, and baked breads arrives in Boston’s Seaport District next week. Restaurateur Joe Faro opens a new location of

Tuscan Kitchen

on Monday, November 20, in a new development complex in the ever-growing neighborhood. The expansive restaurant fills each of its 14,000 square feet with warm wood accents, plush seating, and white tablecloths.

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Situated on the second floor of the One Seaport development

(64 Seaport Blvd.)

, Tuscan Kitchen’s 300-seat, sun-soaked dining room overlooks Downtown Boston. With three existing locations — one in Burlington, Massachusetts, and two in New Hampshire (Salem and Portsmouth) — this is the fourth Tuscan Kitchen location. There are also corresponding retail spaces dubbed Tuscan Market at the New Hampshire locations. But like the Burlington venue, Boston’s outpost is a restaurant-only operation, featuring a menu of classic Italian dishes.

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Tuscan Kitchen will be serving an array of pasta, bread, and gelato, along with crudo and other seafood dishes, meaty entrees, and more. The menu includes a shaved truffle pasta (covered with truffles tableside, of course) and a 48-ounce dry-aged porterhouse for two, as well as meat and cheese boards.

tuscan kitchen seaport

tuscan kitchen seaport

On the drinks side, there’s a selection of cocktails, plus more than 400 Italian wines in the restaurant’s wine cellar. The restaurant space includes an 80-foot wine bar, plus an espresso bar and a separate private dining space that spans around 2,000 square feet.

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“It’s so exciting to see all that’s happening in the Seaport and we are beyond thrilled to be part of this neighborhood’s renaissance,” Faro said in a release. Other recent openings in the neighborhood include some large venues (



Scorpion Bar

), along with smaller fast-casual spots, such as

Better Bagels



, and more — and much more is coming soon.

tuscan kitchen seaport

tuscan kitchen seaport

Once Tuscan Kitchen debuts next week, it will be open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., for dinner from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., with the dinner menu offered all day. The wine bar will be accessible Sunday through Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Wednesday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

tuscan kitchen seaport

tuscan kitchen seaport

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