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- $27 for $50 worth of Italian dinner for two or more
- $48 for $100 worth of Italian dinner for four or more
The menu includes wild boar slow braised in chianti and served with homemade ricotta gnocchi ($12); a veggie pizza topped with roasted mushrooms, asparagus, and goat cheese ($16.95); and a Tuscan-style seafood stew with scallops, shrimp, littleneck clams, and salmon ($27).
It would be impossible for just one chef to handle the entirety of Siena's massive menu of Italian eats. That's why executive chef Nick Jankowski works in close collaboration with his sous chef, Jill Sanger, to create the restaurant's hearty Old World flavors. Those run the gamut from handmade eggplant parmesan to italian meatloaf stuffed with provolone, spinach, and roasted red pepper. Before 16-inch pizzas go into the brick oven, they get topped with ingredients such as homemade meatballs, toasted garlic, and candied walnuts.
To accommodate all types of diners, Nick also alters many of his dishes for gluten-free and vegan patrons. Selections from a handpicked wine list can complement any meal, as can an extensive selection of classic and original cocktails. After meals, guests can settle their stomachs with specialty coffees, dessert martinis, or an 18-year Macallan single-malt scotch, the last chance for patrons to drink it before it goes off to college and stops calling.
93% of 834 customers recommend
“GREAT FOOD, GREAT SERVICE, AND DECENT PRICES”
“GREAT SERVICE, ATMOSPHERE AND FOOD AND REASONABLY PRICED!”
“Great food, great service, atmosphere is great as well, not so much a jeans and sweatshirt place not dressy but a collared shirt for guys and a nice outfit for girls...”
“Great food, great service, atmosphere is great as well, not so much a jeans and sweatshirt place not dressy but a collared shirt for guys and a nice outfit for girls so you don't feel out of place”