Welcome to restaurateur Nino Selimaj’’s newest masterpiece, Nino’s Tuscany Steakhouse.
Many New Yorkers, especially those from the Upper East Side, have previously experienced the hospitality, graciousness and warmth at Nino’s and Nino’’s Positano.  Those of you who have not experienced any of Nino’’s successful Italian eateries will be enthralled by the newest member of the family, and the wonderful Tuscan fare it presents to patrons.

The classic Tuscan cuisine includes original dishes like Aragosta fra Diavolo – a  lobster fra diavolo served with linguine, and Trancio di Tonno –a pan seared yellowfin tuna with roasted Portobello, peppers, spinach and truffle oil. Pasta lovers will revel in dishes such as Gnocchi al Gorgonzola – potato gnocchi in a creamy Gorgonzola and rosemary sauce, and Linguine alle Vongole – baby clams, olive oil, garlic, white wine and hot pepper flakes. An affordable lunch and dinner price fixed menu is available each day.

An impressive wine list accompanies the innovative menu, as over 150 bottles make an appearance. Super Tuscans are readily available of course, as are many fine French and Californian selections as well.

Nino’s Tuscany stands out from the overcrowded Italian restaurant scene and will rate an A-plus on any restaurant report card.