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Tuscana West Closed Dowtown on Feb. 5th after 20 Years

1350 I Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

Tuscana West closed abruptly last week. Sign on door says they weren’t able to renew their lease…”

Last Wed. they wrote on their Facebook page:

“It has been 20 excellent years, but we will be closing our doors for the last time tonight. We appreciate each and every one of you for dining, laughing, drinking, and celebrating with us over the years! It has truly been a pleasure serving you. Please join us this evening as we bid a final farewell to Tuscana West.”

On Feb. 6th they wrote:

“We would like to sincerely thank you, our patrons and friends, for your continued support. It was truly our pleasure to serve you all for so many great events, lunches, dinners and happy hours.
It’s been fun–we really appreciate your patronage!

Please visit us in our sister restaurants,
RISTORANTE PICCOLO in Historic Georgetown (202.342.7414) and
our newest restaurant, right around the corner on K Street between 15th & 16th Streets, CATCH 15 Restaurant + Oyster Bar (202.969.2858).

Both are open for Lunch, Happy Hour, Dinner and Weekend Brunch

Providing the same top-notch, friendly and professional service that is our trademark”


Tuscana West was located across from Franklin Square and near the coming soon Toro Toro from Chef Richard Sandoval:


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