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Tuscan Grill
361 Moody Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Tue - Thur
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Fri, Sat
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Welcome to Tuscan Grill, a family-owned business
offering the best rustic cuisine of Northern Italy since
1991. When you walk in, you'll find the décor warm
and relaxing like the Tuscan countryside, with just a
touch of upscale design that complements your
dining experience. Enjoy our wood-fired grill, open
kitchen, cozy bar with widescreen TV, and our
extensive list of fine wines and cocktails. There is also
a coveted chef's table in front of the kitchen, a prime
spot for "foodies", where you can watch our
talented chefs prepare the night's offerings. Our
cuisine features creative seasonal dishes made from
ingredients that are fresh and at their peak of flavor.
We live by the old Italian proverb, "L'amore per la
buona tavola e amore per la vita," or "a passion for
food is a passion for life." So please join us for a
drink with friends, a romantic date night, or host your
family or corporate event here. Salute!
Waltham Fields Community Farm
240 Beaver Street
Waltham, MA 02452
See our website for volunteer hours and
upcoming programs/events.
Waltham Fields Community Farm is a nonprofit
farming organization founded in 1995. We grow a
variety of organic vegetables and provide education to
serve community needs.We manage 15 acres of leased
land parcels, with our main base at the former field
station owned by the University of Massachusetts.
Our mission is to promote local agriculture and
food access through our farming operations and
educational programs, using practices that are
socially, ecologically, and economically sustainable.
We encourage healthy relationships between people,
their food supply, and the land from which it grows.
Our work includes Food Access (growing and
distributing fresh produce to people in need),
educational programs including Learning Garden
sessions and farm visits for children and families,
workshops for adults, volunteering, and Farmer
Training for people serious about pursuing farming
as a career. In addition, we operate our revenue-
producing Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
farm share program, offering both summer and
winter shares. We also host and participate in a
number of public forums and events each year,
including Waltham Farm Day—our free on-farm
festival held each fall.
GET INVOLVED! Come by for a walk or to
volunteer. Participate in a program. Become a WFCF