What You'll Get
- $170 for a seven-course chef’s grand tasting menu for two ($250 value)
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About Sirio Ristorante
With Sirio Ristorante, Le Cirque founder Sirio Maccioni returns to his roots. The menu's selection of refined, seasonal Italian cuisine draws inspiration from the Tuscan dishes that Maccioni savored growing up in his hometown of Montecatini, Italy.
Homemade pastas, grass-fed veal chops, and a selection of different caviars exemplifies the restaurant's dedication to classic flavors, even while incorporating refined, upscale touches. To accompany the cuisine, Sirio Ristorante also features an extensive list of 250 wines, which earned a Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator.
A Restaurateur and His Chef
Maccioni established his reputation as a restaurant magnate by founding the legendary Le Cirque, which has been catering to celebrities from Jackie O to Robert De Niro for more than three decades. Today, he heads a global restaurant group that he and his three sons have spread from New York City and Las Vegas to the Dominican Republic and New Delhi. In recognition of his accomplishments, Maccioni was recently honored with the 2014 James Beard Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award. In opening Sirio Ristorante inside The Pierre in 2012, he revisited his own personal history—in 1972, he had worked as a maitre d' at The Pierre's supper club, La Forêt.
Born in the town of Roncegno, educated at the Culinary Institute in Levico, Valsugana, Italy, and trained in the kitchens of luxury hotels and restaurants across northern Italy, Chef Bebber decided to leave his home and move to New York City in 1998. He spent years leading kitchens throughout Manhattan while honing his style of traditional Italian cuisine prepared with contemporary sensibilities. Chef Bebber brings these skills to Sirio Ristorante, adding his own personal touch to the menus of seasonally inspired Old World cooking.
Vintage Italian Charm
Designer Adam D. Tihany based Sirio Ristorante's decór on the casually elegant spirit of 1960s Italy, recalling the stylish aesthetic of Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. In 2013, Architectural Digest praised the restaurant's design, which features gleaming, linen-free wood tables, a long and elegant bar, and a collection of black-and-white photographs on the neutral-toned walls.