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Masseria means farmhouse in Italian, and this restaurant’s inspiration is evident in the stone walls and exposed wooden beams. La Masseria is close to Broadway, making it an ideal pre-theater dining alternative to Times Square’s chain restaurants. Warm and inviting, this West Side jewel serves scrumptious dishes from the Puglia region in Italy. A large assortment of entrees satisfies the pasta-lover, the carnivore and the vegetarian alike.