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Restaurants, Italian Midtown East
Photograph: Diana DeLucia Felidia

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This midtown trattoria set up shop decades before serious Italian restaurants were a lira a dozen (A Voce, we’re looking at you). The food at Lidia Bastianich’s 58th Street gem is as exuberant as it was when it opened nearly 30 years ago. An octopus “mosaic” is a brilliant dish—an impossibly delicate slice of cephalopod terrine spiked with chives and served with expertly charred tentacles. Pastas, including the ravioli-like krafi, stuffed with mild cheese and sweet, plump raisins, are uniformly fantastic; larger dishes like a three-way veal (braised cheeks, tenderloin and sweetbreads) are as smartly composed as any you’re likely to see. Consider it required eating.



Address: 243 E 58th St
New York
Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Transport: Subway: N, R, W to Lexington Ave–59th St; 4, 5, 6 to 59th St
Price: Average main course: $30. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu noon–2:30pm, 4:30–10:30pm; Fri noon–2:30pm, 5–11:30pm; Sat 5–11:30pm; Sun 4–10pm
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