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This large and lively Italian steakhouse provides fine dining for the masses. Booths of dark, shellacked wood combine with the antique-esque lighting to not only make your meal feel intimate, but they also pay homage to the original tenants (a high-end suit shop from the 1950s called Bond 45). The menu has everything you need to appease a pre-theater appetite: prime steak gorgonzola, king salmon steak, delightful thin-crust pizza (which was deemed the “best pizza in NY” by a major publication) and lots of pastas. It’s all tasty.