After a five-year hiatus, restaurateur Carl Quagliata brings diners back to Tuscany — but this time, he’s doing it in a sleeker space. Gone are the days of Tuscany’s deli-style trattoria digs at Eton. This newer model boasts a clean-cut look in blonde white oak and cherry tabletops at the former Harvey’s at the Hamptons apartment complex. “It was a great location and a great opportunity,” says Quagliata, best known for Tuscany’s upscale cousin, Giovanni’s Ristorante. “The atmosphere is phenomenal — very comfortable, very open, very Italian and very inexpensive.” Quagliata says former Tuscany diners can expect old favorites and a menu heavily focused on fish specials, pastas in a dozen varieties, chicken, veal and vegetarian lasagna.