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The surprising design of Alloro—including a bright green floor and chairs—is only the first of many fresh delights at this Upper East Side restaurant manned by former Spiga executive chef Salvatore Corea and his wife, Gina. This seasonal menu focuses on fresh pastas, like the scrumptious jumbo rigatoni in a white ragù of quail, porcini mushrooms, blueberries and black truffles, as well as fish and meat dishes.