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Italian fare is given a Mediterranean yet modern twist and served in setting full of contemporary art and industrial design elements. A stainless-steel bar, futuristic-looking plastic chairs and trippy three-dimensional art all round out the elements of a retro-modern haven steps from Broadway theaters. Modern twists can be seen beyond the décor in dishes like squid ink tagliolini with lobster sauce or veal, raisin and amaretto cookie filled ravioli. You bet the pre- and post-theater crowd eat it up.