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SEPTEMBER 2023 | CHICAGO FOOD MAGAZINE
Cellar master and Tuscan wine ambassador Beppe d’Andrea will be in Chicago this October to host a pair of events at Tuscany on Taylor Street and Stefani Prime. Beppe will be meeting guests, detailing the history of Ruffino Wines, and providing additional insight into some of the night’s featured wine selections.
MARCH 2023 | CHICAGO FOOD MAGAZINE
FEBRUARY 2023 | ON TAP SPORTS NET
Every year, fans flock to the United Center nightly for Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks games, concerts, shows, and various other events. But where should you go for a bite to eat or a drink prior to the action?
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AUGUST 2020 | CHICAGO SUN TIMES
“I know we are taking a chance,” said Stefani, who threw open the doors Thursday night of his 30-year-old Tuscany restaurant, 1014 W. Taylor St. The restaurant has been a hangout of such notables as Jerry Reinsdorf, Bill Clinton, and Michael Jordan...
AUGUST 2020 | CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Tuscany on Taylor announced that it will re-open Thursday.
“We’ve decided to give it one last try and reopen,” the announcement read. “We’ve been closed since March due to Covid — which has had a devastating impact on the restaurant industry — but we’re hoping that the support from the community will keep us going"...
JULY 2020 | BLOCK CLUB CHICAGO
JUNE 2020 | EATER
Stefani Restaurant Group establishment Tuscany, originally debuted in 1990, reopened this week, according to a rep. Executive chef Victorio Padilla is offering a menu of Italian favorites such as raviolacci toscani (short rib stuffed ravioli, parmigiano and sage brown butter sauce)...
NOVEMBER 2018 | CHOOSE CHICAGO
JUNE 2017 | EATER
Former Democratic Presidential nominee and Chicago-area native Hillary Clinton was in town yesterday — and ate lunch at Tuscany on Taylor Street. There’s no word on what the former Secretary of State ate, as Gina Stefani is mum on the details, only writing that “it was great to see Secretary Clinton...