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La Bistecca Restaurant Review: Piedmontese beef is the specialty at this urban steakhouse in an out-of-the-way setting, where the suburbs of Livonia and Plymouth intersect. The plush interior includes linen-lavished tables, fresh flowers and dramatic paintings and the menu is upscale, even at lunch. Low-fat, naturally-raised beef stars, and it's available in six-, eight-, 10-, 12- and 16-ounce cuts of filet mignon, porterhouse and tenderloin medallions, as well as in a New York strip and a bone-in rib-eye. A number of Italian specialties make for a great supporting cast. Peruse the wine list, which offers pours such as Belle Glos “Meiomi” Pinot Noir. Reserve selections deserve a second look, with choices like Mischief & Mayhem Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru. The piano bar, presided over by a portrait of Frank Sinatra, is a popular spot on Tuesday through Saturday evenings.