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Posted at 4:11 PM ET, 03/ 6/2006


By Erin

Chicas, if you've been feeling underappreciated, Ristorante Tosca has a culinary solution. In conjunction with Women's History Month and Italy's Festa della Donna (festival of the woman), the restaurant is offering a special three-course specialty menu to honor female patrons. The menu consists of tortelli with green peas, ricotta and white truffle, lamb loin with artichoke and a dessert of almond biscotti. If that doesn't appeal (or if you hit the restaurant with somebody who doesn't wish to celebrate his or her womanhood), the full menu of seasonal Italian dishes will also be available.

In the spirit of the Italian tradition, Tosca will present every female diner with a yellow flower, an Italian custom, during the Festa. The restaurant will also give complimentary tickets passes to Divine and Human: Women in Ancient Peru and Mexico at the National Museum of Women in the Arts to any groups of two or more women dining during the promotion. If you plan to celebrate your inner goddess, you'd better hurry -- the celebration only runs through March 11.


By Erin  | March 6, 2006; 4:11 PM ET
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