A night at the theater is an event—and the accompanying dinner should feel like one too, not like a rushed, perfunctory exercise shoehorned in before the curtain goes up. Starting with its dining room blanketed in white tablecloths, everything about Ostra feels special: the dignified service, the ivory-tickling pianist and the elegant Mediterranean seafood-based cuisine—like EVOO-drizzled, salt-crusted whole branzino for two that is great for dates. “Dinner and a show” don’t have to be two different things.
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Before or after you settle into your seat at the Opera House, the Paramount, the Wilbur or the Wang, claim one at chef/owner Jamie Mammano’s Italian showplace...