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The lovely, sprawling tree-shaded patio is a super spot to dine al fresco, and Tuscany’s interior is gorgeous as well. Hand-painted tiles, stone fireplaces and plenty of terra cotta, give this restaurant a Mediterranean feel; the wood-fired pizza ovens add to the restaurant’s look and flavor. The private club is a great spot for a quiet drink, an intimate rendezvous or just a snack, and the barkeeps are some of the Salt Lake Valley’s finest. Excellent dinner choices include beef stroganoff, herb-roasted half chicken and chicken piccata. Wrap up a meal with the signature “7-foot-4-inch” chocolate cake with chocolate ganache frosting.
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