Sirio, the latest from one of the most celebrated restaurateurs in America -- Sirio Maccioni -- provides several dining options. If you'd like the inside scoop on how to dress, what seating option is best for you and whether you'll need a reservation, please read on.
Reservations are strongly recommended, if not required, and can be made by calling the restaurant directly or by clicking the "Make a Reservation" link on ARIA's website.
Seating is varied at Sirio. You can sit in the bar or cafe, in bar chairs that are upholstered in brown with orange piping or in concave wooden chairs with a similar seat cushion; or in the more formal dining room, where your choices are high-backed red leather chairs or banquette seating. Chairs in the main dining room are 18 inches in diameter while tables for two are 36 inches. Tables are strategically placed, not too close together and can be enlarged for larger parties. Both round and rectangular tables are available. For a more private option, try one of the two private dining areas.
Music plays for the convivial atmosphere at Sirio courtesy of Rinaldo Mataj and Elaine Hartlin. Service is seamless; our server, Joshua, anticipated our every need and was great at preparing tableside! His menu recommendations were spot on. Nick Hetzel, the lead sommelier, was incredibly knowledgeable and extremely helpful with our wine selection. The more casual dining outside lends itself to people watching with the happening bar and the courtyard, while the more formal dining room owes its entertainment to the charcuterie. Tables are comfortably placed throughout both rooms, which keeps the noise level low, although the more casual dining room still is a bit more boisterous.
The restrooms have same-level access as the main dining room and are located off the main entry to the side of the bar. The rooms are unisex and more than generous.