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This newcomer from New York is all flash and panache, with glamorous bowtie-clad servers, red-carpet treatment, and very expensive wines. Luckily, although style might come over substance, there is still substance, especially the enormous family-style veal chop marsala, well-made pastas, and lemon cheesecake. Skip the other desserts, and if you want to enjoy spicy rigatoni without taking out a mortgage, maybe try another spot.

Note that Carbone is being sued for trademark infringement by the almost identically named, but unrelated, Italian restaurant Carbone’s, which opened in 2012 on Oak Lawn Ave.

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