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With a sleek yet traditional modern Milanese aesthetic—and views of Central Park—the Columbus Circle outpost of Marlon Abela's Italian restaurant offers rustic, old-school basics like burrata, branzino and black figs dressed up with sleek, modern accoutrements within the Time Warner Center. Executive chef Missy Robbins' lusty but sophisticated dishes are sure to delight any palate.