Toscano Ristorante

Boston, Massachusetts

4.4 / 3 votes

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The region of Tuscany in Italy highlight the numerous veggie offerings.

So many options for vegans at this true Italian cafe and restaurant. To start, try the charcoal grilled vegetables plate as an appetizer. All of the soup offerings not only use a vegetable stock, but are only made with fresh vegetables, with not a speck of chicken or beef in sight! Examples: minestrone of fresh vegetables; tomato, basil and garlic with Tuscan bread; pasta with Tuscan white bean soup.

Same is true of the salads offered: all vegetarian. The salads again offer no chicken or beef additions. Only fresh greens and vegetables are used.

Seven of the nine pasta dishes available are true vegetarian presentations. Side dishes include spinach, peas and fried potatoes.

Added by John Maloni on Feb 4 05 (last updated Jul 13 08)

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Awesome vegan choices. The waiter was very helpful in selecting vegan choices from the menu. Everything had great flavor and was super fresh. We had the bruschetta, a soup, a pizza and a pasta.

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very tasty, but expensive! soup is $9. dish is at least $18

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Beacon Hill


By subway: Charles/MGH on the Red Line and Park on the Green Line. By car: Off Cambridge Street at CVS. By foot: Between Beacon and Mount Vernon Streets.


Accepts Reservations

Wheelchair Accessible


$$$ - expensive


  • American Express MasterCard Visa


  • Italian (Southern)


  • Private Rooms
  • Quiet
  • Romantic
  • Valet Parking



11:30am - 9pm
11:30am - 10pm

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