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Just walking in the door of the Theatre District-convenient Thalia Restaurant is impressive, with its massive 5,000-square-foot dining room, high ceilings, deep-red walls and hardwood floors. And then there’s the food itself—well-prepared, fresh and filling dishes like mushroom-crusted Chatham cod with pea coulis, caramelized shallots, mashed potatoes and aged balsamic. Don’t miss their brunch service, offering tasty mimosas and a succulent crab omelet.