The upscale Tuscany Steakhouse in Manhattan’s Central Park South neighborhood is located within close proximity to Lincoln Center, the Plaza Hotel, the Central Park Zoo, and many more notable New York City destinations.
Perfect for a pre-performance dinner or post-shopping trip along Madison and 5th Avenue, Tuscany Steakhouse represents a well-rounded Italian American steakhouse cuisine experience for their dinner guests.
Veteran restauranteur Steve Haxhiaj opened Tuscany Steakhouse in December of 2017. Haxhiaj opened his first Italian restaurant, Il Monello, an Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side in 2001. He then went on to be the General Manager of Wolfgang’s Steakhouse. While at Wolfgang’s, Haxhiaj met Chef Jaime Chabla where the two worked for eight years before joining forces to open Tuscany Steakhouse.
Chef Chabla is a native of Ecuador with over twenty years of experience working in various kitchens across the industry. At Tuscany Steakhouse, Chef Chabla creates every dish from scratch, including select desserts.
Wine & Cocktails
Classic cocktails including the Manhattan, Martini, Old Fashioned, and various spritzes are served from a full bar that is situated at the front of the restaurant.
The wine selection features over 300 wines from California, Argentina, Chile, Italy, France, and Spain. Most wines are available by the bottle, with select house wines available by the glass.
Dinner guests of Tuscany Steakhouse can expect generous portions of their appetizers and main courses. Notable selections to start include the Baked Clams Oreganata, Fried Calamari, and the Cold Seafood Tower. Some of the most popular selections include Sizzling Canadian Bacon, Lobster Cocktail, and the Tuna Tartare that was featured on CBS 2 News Weekends.
The top dish to order is their USDA Prime Dry-Aged Steaks, which are dried in the restaurant’s signature aging box and are hand-selected in advance by Chef Chabla from distributor, Master Purveyors. Steaks include the Porterhouse for 2-4 guests, a Bone-In Ribeye, and Filet Mignon, pictured above.
Additional dinner entrées include the Chilean Sea Bass, Grilled Yellowfin Tuna, Whole Maine Lobster, Pollo Parmesan, Jumbo Shrimp Scampi, and Linguini Alla Vongole, pictured below.
Side dishes to complement their signature steaks include crispy Hashed Browns, Onion Rings, Sautéed Mushrooms, Mac & Cheese (with the option to add lobster), and Creamed Spinach.
Specials on the menu at Tuscany Steakhouse rotate daily. Recent special menu items included Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs, Beet Salad, Burrata, Swordfish, Veal Scallopini, and Fettuccini with Shiitake Mushrooms.
Featured desserts include the Tiramisu, Crème Brûlée, Carrot Cake, and the Apple Strudel.
Hours & Additional Information
Tuscany Steakhouse on 58th Street is open Monday-Saturday for dinner beginning at 4pm. Closed Sundays. There are two rooms available for private parties. The private room in the back of the restaurant can seat up to 26 guests, perfect for wedding rehearsal, family reunion, or birthday dinners. The front area that can be reserved and can seat up to 50 guests.