Located in Beaver Creek Village next to the ice rink, Toscanini combines Colorado ingredients with modern culinary interpretations of old world cuisines. With a geography that ranges from the Italian Alps to coastal Mediterranean, how people cook and eat makes for a broad minded cuisine, even more so with the blend of Northern Italian, Austrian, North African and Venetian traditions. The Toscanini culinary team delivers an artisan "craft" interpretation including scratch made pastas, gnocchi, gelato, hand crafted cheeses, house made sausage, prosciutto, pastrami, and terrines. Local farms, fisheries, dairies and ranchers supply momentum and amazingly fresh ingredients.
Hours of Operation:
2016 Summer Season (June 3rd - October 8th).
Happy Hour from 3-6pm in the bar, lounge, and patio.
Dinner from 5pm - close.
2016-2017 Winter Season (November 23rd - April 8th).
Serving Daily 3pm - Close.
Apres from 3-5pm in the bar, lounge and patio.
Dinner from 5pm - close.
Across from the ice rink
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Toscanini Ratings and Reviews
The waiter, as always, was very good and ...
The waiter, as always, was very good and knowledgable. Unfortunately the bus staff was once again below par. They never check the water and do not understand how to properly bus a table when you are at a high end restaurant, which should be a skill taught to the bus staff.
We were seated outside in a nice seclude ...
We were seated outside in a nice secluded area. Our server was wonderful, bringing out a sample of a recommended wine before ordering it, describing the different dishes and just overall wonderful. We enjoyed a leisurely dinner and would definitely return.
Fantastic experience! We were seated imm ...
Fantastic experience! We were seated immediately on the patio as we had requested since we had our dogs with us. The service was friendly, fast, and professional. The bus boy asked if we wanted water bowls for the dogs and quickly brought two out. Thank you! The waiter explained the specials and we ordered the scallops and pancetta appetizer which was cooked to perfection. The entrees were delicious, too! My flank steak was so tender and beautifully complemented by the ricotta goat cheese gnocchi and wild boar sausage. Great balance to the flavors. My husband very much enjoyed his pork chops with Marsala jus and polenta. The plate sizes are just right - not too big, not too small. The waiter also offered to put in an order of chicken and rice for the dogs, which was thoughtful, but we declined. This is our second time dining at Toscanini and we will be back. The personal and attentive service, and beautifully prepared food, made the evening especially enjoyable.
Sorry but this was not a very good exper ...
Sorry but this was not a very good experience. We would not return to this restaurant. Venison was too salty and veal piccatta dish was not very good with the short ribs and mushrooms......just not a combination that worked. Service was mediocre....we had to ask for butter/olive oil & basalmic for our bread and also had to ask another waiter for water and wine refills. We sat outside on the patio but many families with lots of loud children disrupted our dinner. All in all.......a rather disappointing meal. So many other nice restaurants on the mall in the Beaver Creek Village to chose from ......go elsewhere. No California wines on the wine list, only Italian and mostly overpriced.
Have lived in the valley my whole life a ...
Have lived in the valley my whole life and have never eaten here before...went for my husband's 29th birthday and it was worth it. I had the chicken which I never order be user everyone had chicken but this was so good! My husband had the fukeh
Had a group of 6. Sat outside which was ...
Had a group of 6. Sat outside which was the best part of the meal. Apps were very good but main courses were very diaasppointing. Pasta was cold, thick and starchy. Not the kind of pasta you would expect from an Italian Restaurent. All meals were over salted (an I love salt). So sorry we have condo in BG but I'm not sure we will return to this place. We would rather go to zino's!
Great Italian Restaurant at a great location
I would recommend this place. We ate their twice while skiing in Beaver Creek and both times the food was good. The location is excellent and very convenient. It can get crowded during high season, so a reservation is recommended. The food is a bit expensive which is expected given the location. We had TAGLIATELLE Dalla Sede and MANZO COSTATINE & CAPESANTE
DI MARE (Both Excellent!!)
Great food and service
The food was delicious and the service fantastic. We were a group of 15 - 6 adults and 9 kids. The kids aged from 8-17 and all loved playing with the etch a sketch - inspired - electronics were forgotten about! They loved the food too. A success all round.
We enjoyed dinner at Toscanini with our two children on 2 separate occasions. The menu seems somewhat limited for an Italian restaurant, but we enjoyed the salmon and steak dish while the kids enjoyed grilled chicken and pasta. The ceasar salad was quite tasty and the service was quite good. One night our server was extremely attentive and friendly, while the other night our server got the job done but he was less charismatic. All in all, the atmosphere is relaxed and the noise level varies depending on how crowded it gets.
Nothing much Italian about the food. One of our party had a pizza which was left untouched - base was not home made but rock hard. Partners food was ok, but expensive for what they got. Waiter was very full of himself and unfriendly. Have been coming here for a few years but this was out last visit - it's done nothing but go downhill and there are much better restaurants in Beaver Creek.
We went in to a fairly empty restaurant ...
We went in to a fairly empty restaurant and had to ask twice to be at a nicer table - other than that table service was good and food was really good but not memorable as with several other places we dined at beaver creek
Bland and Expensive
I was very disappointed with our visit to Toscanini. I have been coming to Beaver Creek for years and have never tried it because of their "kid friendly" marketing. We decided at the last minute to finally give it a try. It has nice location and is pleasantly decorated. The soup and salad course was average to good. The main courses we had were huge, but totally bland and expensive. This was probably the second worst Italian dinner I ever had and to top it off it was fairly expensive. On the positive side the wine list was excellent as long as you knew what to order. The Som was out that evening and his backup was fairly clueless. I have heard that lunch here is good, but I will pass on another dinner.
The food was really pretty bad. We had r ...
The food was really pretty bad. We had risotto and it was chunks of uncooked rice - crunchy. Salad was a plate of browning watery lettuce. Not quite sure what was up with our server but I think he forgot about us. Go someplace else.
It is BEaver Creek so the value for mone ...
It is BEaver Creek so the value for money equation is always imbalanced. The staff are friendly, ambiance is nice, and food is OK...certainly a challenge to get out under $100 (with tax and tip) even when sharing a meal, two salads, two glasses of wine.
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