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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. The Bice family of fine Northern Italian restaurants now dots the globe—the first one opened in Milan, in 1926, and other outposts have appeared from Buenos Aires to Dubai to Tokyo. The Midtown Manhattan location features an extensive Italian menu utilizing organic products wherever possible, both locally sourced and imported from Italy. Signature dishes include organic veal chop Milanese style with tomato and arugula salad, and homemade pastas including casoncelli with braised veal, spinach and truffles, and there's an extensive international wine list. Bice is available for group dining and events up to 200 guests.