After I confirmed the hours of the restaurant earlier in the day, I arrived at the Allegria 35 minutes before closing time. The first thing the waiter said was, ""You have to eat fast."" This was probably not a good sign, but the Allegria was directly on my walk down Sixth Avenue back to my hotel, so I sat down. I ordered the ravioli special of the day. The dish arrived lukewarm, and frankly, three days later, I cannot recall what was in the ravioli, which were covered in a bland tomato sauce. I guess I must not have consumed it quickly enough, for servers twice tried to take the plate before I finished. I returned to my hotel, wished that my room had a microwave oven. I am not a big consumer of frozen foods, but I'd take Lean Cuisine over this restaurant any day.