Salt Lake City, UT

A Fine Italian Restaurant in Salt Lake City

S. F. Mori

A popular downtown eating establishment
Cucina Toscana Restaurant(Image is author's)

Italian food is a favorite of many people around the world. There are a large number of Italian restaurants in Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake Valley. Considered by some as the best Italian restaurant in Salt Lake City is Cucina Toscana. It has been a favorite in the area for more than ten years.

Three Best Rated chose Cucina Toscana as one of the Top 3 Italian Restaurants in Salt Lake City in 2019.

Located downtown at 282 South 300 West, Cucina Toscana is on the corner of 300 South and 300 West. There are parking spots labeled for the restaurant at 307 West Pierpont Avenue.

Their hours of operation are Mondays through Saturdays from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm. They are closed on Sundays. Their hours may be subject to change.

Cucina Toscana features an authentic Northern Italian menu which includes homemade pastas, delicious sauces, and a wide selection of entrees. The extensive menu includes various dishes within the categories of: Antipasti, Zuppa e Insalate, Primi Piatti, Pasta e Risotti, and Secondi Piatti.

Cucina Toscana has three private rooms that can be reserved for special events, meetings, or parties. They can accommodate groups of 2 to 200 people. They cater to parties of all sizes and types with custom menus which can be provided. Corporate events and wedding dinners are hosted there. They have named the three private rooms as, the beautiful Vivace room, the intimate Enoteca, and the popular Limonaia.

This fine Italian restaurant has a wonderful ambiance, great service, and delicious food. Reservations are recommended.

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