There are separate gluten-free and children’s menus, and the four-course Sunday pranzo, or Italian family dining, is $28 per person.
Those who want to take some of the Tuscan Kitchen home with them can shop at the Tuscan Market, which opened adjacent to the restaurant last month. The 10,000-square-foot retail space offers artisan breads, an Italian grocery, an in-house butchery, and a 65-seat cafe with an authentic gelato machine offering 24 flavors.
“We’re finding that people come for a meal and go to the market for shopping and dessert,” Faro said. “We want them to experience it all.”