Tuscany Special Events Center at Rastrelli's

2417 Cleveland Street Clinton, IA
Max Capacity: 350 people
When you are looking for the pinnacle of elegance and professionalism, look no further than the Tuscany Special Events Center at Rastrelli’s. From casual business meetings to elegant wedding receptions and dinners, the Tuscany can accommodate any group up to 350 guests. With its artistic, yet classical décor, the Tuscany is a perfect compliment to your event. The room itself is elegant enough to stand alone, yet simple enough to enhance your own decorating ideas. The room comes complete with a stage, dance floor, bar and private bridal room. Our staff is happy to work with you to create your own personal menu, or help you choose from many of our popular preset menus. We want to make your event not only memorable, but successful as well. With Rastrelli’s long standing tradition of great service and great food at a great price since 1939, you can be assured that your guests will have fond memories of any event at The Tuscany Special Events Center. Your Happiness is Our Priority!
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Buffet Menu Starting At $13.99 Per Person

Attendees: 25-250 | $13.99 Per Person
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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 350
Moline, IL  
Capacity: 700
$275-$8,000 per event
Outdoor wedding ceremonies may be held at the iWireless Center along the scenic Mississippi River in conjunction with your wedding reception. Our Outdoor Terrace offers plenty of space for your guests. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony may be held within the lobby of the iWireless Center or in our conference center rooms. Our innovative menus will allow you and your guests to indulge in a dining experience like no other. Featuring fresh and local ingredients on all of our menus, Executive Chef Michael Bolin will take great pride in working to personalize your menu. From a fine-dining experience to ultimate sports bar grub, our friendly service staff and culinary team will allow you to experience the “Levy Difference.”