The Plaza's Italian underdog sends happy diners home with scraps.

A Religious Experience 

The Plaza's Italian underdog sends happy diners home with scraps.

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The nine dessert choices cost as much as some of the smaller dinners, but then again, these are dolci designed for the Valley of the Giants, including a serving bowl filled with nearly enough tiramisu to feed the entire cast of The Sopranos. And it was excellent tiramisu, lusciously fluffy and creamy. We piled the stuff on our plates and — miracle of miracles — still had lots left over. I considered putting it in a carryout box, too, but my Catholic guilt got the best of me. Gluttony is a sin, after all, and right above Marilyn's head, I could see the image of Pope John Paul II coldly staring down at me from a commemorative china plate mounted on the wall.

Lord, I got the message.

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