Local fresh cuisine
If you love the urban Italian feel, energy, and flavors out of the cafe’s in Italy, you’ll love Tuscan Son. Chef Massimo Ormani has taken his passion and experience in cooking upscale Italian food in Italy and Los Angeles and applied it in creating a bright, contemporary, counter order cafe. Massimo brings the flavors of his native Tuscany together with the LA mobile and healthful lifestyle offering a skillfully crafted farm fresh menu.
At Tuscan Son our food is locally selected, skillfully crafted and freshly served. We use premium Italian and local products and our food is prepared daily from scratch, including; specialty salads and dressings, mouth watering rustic paninis, authentic hearty Tuscan soups, organic grilled chicken and meats, pastas, baked goods made in house, and freshly brew Italian coffees.
We can’t wait to see you and have you meet Massimo, our local “Tuscan Son!”
At Tuscan Son we’re busy crafting your food in our bustling, open kitchen. Enjoy the feel of contemporary Tuscany in our bright and airy urban café filled with vibrant sunflowers.
Whatever you’re craving, we have the perfect fix for a casual meal, quick bite, friends and family dinner, take out or catering. And, just to warn you…it will be hard to resist making a choice from our assortment of fresh baked goods and pastries.
By the way, we do things the Italian way, so when you dine…you can even bring your own wine! With no corkage fee, of course.
We have FREE PARKING and offer curbside pick up when you want to take Tuscan Son home.
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Explore everything from salads to lemon bars!
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