La Sirena

Row 1

Details
88 9th Ave (btwn W 16th & W 17th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 977-6096
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon, Sun: 7:00 AM–10:00 PM Tue–Wed: 7:00 AM–11:00 PM Thu–Sat: 7:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Beautiful space. Only had drinks but will be back for dinner soon!!
  • Sitting at the bar is the way to go they have great snacks carved bar side, the cocktails rock, and it's the perfect post work drink or first date spot on a weekday.
  • great vibe at the bar for some classy drinks
  • La Sirena is the massive new Italian restaurant in the Maritime Hotel from Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. The space features two dining rooms connected by a huge marble bar.
  • Dreadful food - cannot recommend.
  • This feels like a restaurant designed with computers - with Excel to the fore. No soul, average flavors, too much salt, and a floor team of such disparate beings its hard not to feel depressed.
  • Trending in the heart of Chelsea is this brand new Italian Restaurant. With amazing food, excellent service and an extensive wine list, you can't miss this place for your next date night.
  • Do get the Bucatini with Polipo all'Arrabbiata -- Spicy Octopus Tomato Sauce. So tender is the octopus...
  • Delicious (warm) bread to start, great service, and extensive wine selection. Get the frise salad and one of the many hearty pastas
  • The olive oil poached salmon is delicious!
  • Terrific Italian food in an elegant atmosphere. Cocktails are excellent as well
  • Spacious inside and out.
  • The first Mario Batali establishment to offer breakfast. The menu has fried eggs with bottarga and soft cheese, and fresh polenta topped with a duck egg and almond pesto.
  • Great upstairs space with outdoor balcony for functions. Delicious Italian buffet and passed plates. Friendly & attentive service.
  • Beautiful setting and good food.
  • Good cocktails
  • Kumamoto oysters were fresh, as well as octopus salad, homemade pasta is must try, squid ink pasta w/ lobster is yummy too. Frozen cocktails are solid and is good way to start summer evening dining.
  • Best bites: brick chicken and swordfish. Skip the seafood tower. Mind-blowing cauliflower carbonara and Spice Me Baby One More Time cocktail.
  • Lovely design. Fun to sit outside! Food is a bit pricey but the atmosphere makes up for it.
  • Best outdoor space to eat in NY. Amazing staff. Delicious food. They change their menu every month or so, so difficult to advice a dish. NAsk the CiaoCiao for desert. A kind of coffee martini.