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Chef Alvaro Camilo curates a culturally diverse selection of pastas, seafood, and steaks at Zagat-rated Caffé Azzurri. With a bar and two dining rooms, the eatery facilitates romantic, chandelier-lit dinners as easily as it enables quick glasses of wine with friends or sentient glasses of wine. Entrees marry the rustic traditions of Italian cuisine with the eclectic flavors of American recipes to create both classic entrees, such as potato gnocchi with basil pesto béchamel, and contemporary dishes, including the sesame Ahi tuna in a plum-ginger glaze. The décor may be the food’s most flattering garnish, as The New York Times lauds the venue's "lovely fixtures [that] cast a subdued glow on wood-paneled walls" and its "handsome wide-slatted window blinds," which block the bustle of the street outside.