According to Emily Post, napkins may only be used to cover laps, clean up spills, or signal the waiter via semaphore that your table has hit an iceberg. Master restaurant etiquette with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of dinner cuisine at Tuscany Italian Restaurant in Woodstock.
Cushioned leather seats, landscape murals, and classical archways surround diners as they savor Northern–style cuisine, such as pasta, seafood, and pizza, at Tuscany Italian Restaurant. Atop the antipasto platter, Italian cheeses, salami, and prosciutto di parma sprawl across crispy slices of fried eggplant along with other piatto freddo parts such as artichoke hearts and roasted red peppers ($10). Imported pasta floats or astrally projects across the Atlantic to nestle between the lasagna's cheesy layers of meat sauce, mozzarella, and ricotta ($12), and the veal tuscany's angel hair snuggles mushrooms and eggplant beneath rose cream sauce ($18). Fennel sausage and shaved ricotta cheeses drape the salsiccia pizza's fresh mozzarella and tomatoes ($14), and creative feasters or practiced sorcerers can will their own type of pie into being ($15).
Tuscany Italian Restaurant
Tuscany Italian Restaurant’s epicures build gourmet meals from northern Italian recipes. Garlic and olive oil flavor homemade gnocchi and imported tortellini, and a white wine, lemon, and butter sauce smothers sautéed chicken and veal cutlets. Brimming with green spinach, red marinara sauce, and creamy white ricotta, ziti florentine sculpts abstract Italian flags on forks and plates. Instead of decorating pizzas with snazzy bow ties, diners can add edible accouterments such as fennel sausage, caramelized onions, and prosciutto di parma. The restaurant also caters events for up to 500 people, delivering trays of eggplant lasagna and chicken-caesar wraps to parties, meetings, and space capsules bobbing in the Gulf of Mexico.