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Carpe Diem translates to seize the day, and that's exactly what the chefs do in the eatery’s kitchen, creating a menu of fresh, upscale Italian fare. They house-cure pancetta for the bucatini all'Amatriciana, and stuff lobster into ravioli pockets. Other popular dishes include the Himalayan-salt-baked Mediterranean wild bass, and the Long Island duck breast adorned with brussels sprouts and roasted apples. Meals are complemented by Italian and French wines sold by the bottle, glass, and glass slipper.