The space is characterized by custom ’60s-inspired curvilinear pavers throughout and walls clad in quartz by Caesarstone. A 38-foot marble bar bisects the grand patio and connects the more intimate north and south dining rooms.
La Sirena offers two distinct dining experiences. In the barroom is the Tapas Bar where guests enjoy a food menu of small plates that pair well with cocktails and wine. The mastermind behind the Tapas Bar is Anthony Sasso, a 13-year veteran of Batali’s Casa Mono.
In the restaurant’s more formal Main Dining Room, we offer a Michelin-starred menu representative of the entire Italian Peninsula. In the traditional Italian style, meals begin with antipasti, followed by pastas including Lasagne al Pesto with layers of fresh pasta, golden potatoes and bechamel, then secondi. A menu of seasonal desserts by Pastry Chef Thea Habjanic end every meal on a sweet note.