La Sirena Restaurant in NYC by TPG Architecture is located on the Plaza Level of Chelsea’s storied Maritime Hotel, La Sirena is Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich’s first new restaurant in New York in nearly a decade. 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.
“Mario Batali’s new place in Chelsea gives the main courses layers of complexity that go beyond standard trattoria cooking.” – The NYTimes
“You’re not at La Sirena for the food. That’s not entirely fair—maybe you are a longtime fan of the canon of vigorous regional Italian food (Babbo, Del Posto) set forth for nearly two decades by Crocs-footed celebu-chef Mario Batali and partner Joe Bastianich.” – Time Out
Curious things that you have to Know about La Sirena:
The bar is La Sirena’s physical centerpiece.
La Sirena has B&B’s biggest cocktail program yet in New York.
Outdoor seating, including semi-private and private dining, will be a big part of the program.
The menu is “broader” than B&B’s previous restaurants.
But they still consider pasta a star.
Breakfast, lunch, and room service will be coming later.
La Sirena is really big.
LOCATION: New York, NY
SIZE: 13,000 sq ft / 1,208 sq m
It’s been a decade since ace restaurateurs Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich last opened a place in New York City. But the pair’s latest Manhattan endeavor, La Sirena, in Chelsea’s Maritime Hotel, was definitely worth the wait, the design decisions by TPG Architecture is what truly makes it extraordinary. The same company that made the Spotify Office in New York, reflecting the innovative company and entire culture.