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The younger, loungier sequel to Il Gattopardo brings some of its predecessor's Southern Italian signatures to a subterranean space below the Hotel Giraffe. But besides sauteed escarole and Neapolitan meat loaf, the broad Mediterranean menu makes room for a terrific kibbeh appetizer, a Cordoba salad, and, at lunch, a $22.50 daily changing piatto unico, or European-style bento box.
Neapolitan meatloaf, $21; pan-roasted striped bass, $23; grilled swordfish, $25
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