It gets its name from an opera by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini. It's owned by a husband and wife with over 45 years of restaurant experience. The space is cozy, intimate and makes you want to settle in and stay for a very long while. And I haven't even mentioned the food yet! With a menu that has all the traditional Italian dishes, and a wine list to match up, you'll feel like you just landed in Rome. The folks at La Tosca have even gone so far as to include numerous gluten free dishes, which just goes to show that while the cuisine is based on tradition, they are still very much in tune with the times.