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Two of the cuisines that go into Tiffany Italian Mediterranean are right in the name, but there’s a third cultural influence adding diversity to the eclectic menu. General manager Paul Singh told the Daily Republic that the recently opened spot was also “inspired by the diverse cuisine in New York City.” So, any given evening at Tiffany might find a new york strip steak with bordelaise sauce sharing a white tablecloth with wild-boar fettuccine, linguine and clams, and grilled lamb kabobs with yogurt. The broadly welcoming menu and atmosphere is given fine-dining touches such as elegant platings and complimentary hand feeding upon request. Grappa and fine beer join Tuscan reds and chiantis on the drinks list.