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Located on 34th Street in the historic Murray Hill district of Manhattan, Villa Berulia offers a bucolic retreat from the hectic area around the Empire State Building only four blocks away. The menu will put you in a European state of mind with its homemade pastas, wild game dishes and Croatian and Dalmatian Coast delicacies, including venison osso bucco and seafood Buzara, a traditional Dalmatian Coast stew with sea bass, shrimp and clams. The restaurant opened in the early 1980s and is a mainstay with the locals.