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Legacy

Where It All Began...

Working his way on a transatlantic cruise liner, Sirio Maccioni dazzled New York with his charm and acumen for hospitality. While working at the famed Colony Club as a maitre d’hotel in the late 1960s, Sirio developed his first taste for the New York restaurant business. Then in 1974, Sirio opened what was destined to become a New York landmark – Le Cirque, which literally translates as “the circus” in French, at the Mayfair Hotel.

In 1997, Le Cirque outgrew its original location and relocated to a larger space in the New York Palace Hotel under the name Le Cirque 2000. By 2004, Le Cirque was an established New York City landmark and decided to move to the prestigious Bloomberg Building on East 58th Street and finally opened its doors in May of 2006.

Although over the years, monkeys, circus balls and tent shades have become symbolic representations of the restaurant, but Le Cirque’s most recognizable feature is the Maccioni family. Sirio’s sons-- Marco and Mauro-- followed in their father’s footsteps and can be seen working at Le Cirque’s multiple locations and sister restaurants. Alongside is a team of hospitality professionals whose talents are at your service.

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For over 40 years, Le Cirque has offered an unparalleled dining experience earning its place on New York’s gastronomical landscape. Famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni and family welcome guests to Le Cirque’s location on East 58th Street in the trendy Bloomberg building. 

Guests are invited to enjoy a modern, circus themed dining room, where the food is just as exciting to the palate as it is a feast for the eyes.

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Dress Code: Mordern Elegant, no sports attire. 

“Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves” – Andy Warhol – Diner at Le Cirque

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