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This Italian restaurant is in the heart of the Theatre District on Restaurant Row, situated perfectly for pre- and post-theater dining. The white tablecloths, roman columns and wall murals depicting an Italian seaside landscape create a festive atmosphere, with help from the hospitable servers. An extensive menu includes all the traditional Italian favorites, plus a few rarer dishes, with appetizers like mozzarella caprese and fried zucchini, entrees like chicken parmigiana and salmon in a light mustard sauce, and more than a dozen pasta dishes. Da Rosina also offers great prix-fixe deals, with a three-course lunch for $22 and a three-course dinner for $30. As tempting as it may be to fill up, it's advisable to save room for gelato or tiramisu.