Ask any discriminating local from Hingham, MA to recommend a good restaurant for dinner and my guess is that more often than not, they’ll suggest Tosca’s.
A good friend of mine asked me if I’d like to join him and his wife for a little dinner recently, and since I know that they always know of a great place, I cheerfully accepted the invitation. I have to say, that when my friend Mark Voner, who just happens to be the CEO of Veterans Development Corporation, isn’t at work continuing to build and improve one of the premiere construction companies in NE or helping to assist any one of a number of Veteran organizations he is involved with, he must be scouting restaurants, because he never fails when it comes to finding the very best.
I had heard of Tosca’s, but had never visited there before. Situated down by the very quaint Hingham Waterfront, it is housed in a building that just screams of a rich history. Upon entering, one is greeted warmly by a very attentive staff and immediately drawn to the view of the enticing dining room with its beautifully, yet subtly treated exposed brick and timber interior vistas. With a bit of subdued lighting here, a tapestry there, and a hint of roasted garlic in the air, Tosca’s invites you in without saying a word.
After only waiting about a half hour, we were seated at an intimate table that was colored with the warm ambience of outside lights and the artificial candle dancing on the glassware, and our server, Emily Hood, aka ‘amazing’ to me began filling our glasses with sparkling water. The three of us were just chatting when the first of two bottles of outrageously good Margaux arrived, and along with that came the bread and dip. Click below full article.Add a comment