Tuscan Brands to Open in Massachusetts

Hand-made pastas, one of many options for guests to choose from, will be prepared fresh daily at Tuscan Kitchen.
Hand-made pastas, one of many options for guests to choose from, will be prepared fresh daily at Tuscan Kitchen. Image Used with Permission

Italy is moving to Massachusetts with the grand opening of Tuscan Kitchen and Tuscan Market in Burlington, Massachusetts, located at 24 New England Executive Park. The new restaurant and market, which focuses on regional Italian cuisine, will span roughly 14,000 square feet, serving fare ranging from pastas to artisanal meats to fresh local produce.

With more than 25 years of experience in the food industry, owner and chief food taster Joe Faro's vision to expand the Tuscan Brand into Massachusetts has finally transformed into a reality. Faro first opened the award-winning Tuscan Kitchen in November 2010.

The Burlington Tuscan Kitchen will showcase Italian ingredients ranging from hand-made pastas to freshly baked artisan breads to homemade gelato, prepared fresh daily. Tuscan Kitchen will also incorporate imported pasta machines, a meat rotisserie, wood-fired ovens, and fireplaces. This new restaurant will seat 543 guests, and 101 of those seats will be outside.

While Burlington's Tuscan Market will be a bit smaller than the Salem, New Hampshire, location, the market will still have Italian-imported décor and custom-designed equipment. Guests can purchase the various house-made foods, including artisan breads, fresh pasta, fresh Mozzarella, and delicate Italian pastries made from scratch. Seasonal, local, fresh produce will be available for purchase at designated stations throughout the marketplace, along with delicious cheeses and cured meats. Visitors can take at the Tuscan Market Café, a 30-seat café area, while enjoying coffee, espresso, or a bite to eat. For something sweet, an authentic homemade gelato machine imported from Italy will feature more than 24 different flavors.

The opening of the new Tuscan Kitchen and Tuscan Market is scheduled for the first week of September. 

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live on North shore of Mass---can hardly wait for Burlington to open

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