Le Cirque has offered an unparalleled dining experience for over 39 years, earning its place on New York’s gastronomical landscape. Famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni and sons Mario, Marco and Mauro, welcome you to their elegant Adam D. Tihany designed fine-dining restaurant in the heart of midtown. The 16,000-square-foot glass-and-steel Le Cirque, located in the Bloomberg Building, features Alexander Calder-esque circus artwork, Reidel stemware, and designer ties for the staff. The French-Italian cuisine is just as exciting to the palate as it is a feast for the eye, with dishes such as Wild Burgundy Escargot, Chanterelle Risotto, Tuscan Brick Pressed Chicken, and Whole Roasted Black Truffle Chicken for Two (carved tableside), among many other classics. A dress code is in effect, so jackets required for gentlemen, as are elegant looks for the ladies.
The Cafe also hosts Musical Mondays every week from 8-11pm, with live performances by up-and-coming musicians, singers, and peformers.