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"Long live Lidia Bastianich" cheer fans of the "TV" chef and her "elegant" East Side "flagship", where "superb" Italian cuisine is ferried by a "professional" crew within a "truly charming", "old-world" townhouse setting; you may need to "check your bank account before going", but most agree the "wonderful experience" is "worth every penny."
Felidia is located in the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan and serves American, Vegetarian, European, and Italian cuisine and Seafood. Felidia accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Felidia does not offer delivery and does not offer takeout.Click to see map »
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