Tapas Bar at La Sirena (CLOSED)
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The first Mario Batali–Joe Bastianich opening in a decade is reason enough to celebrate, but the fact that they landed chef Anthony Sasso from Casa Mono to run the kitchen is icing on the cake. Deal seekers should skip the main dining room in favor of the tapas bar, where Instagram- and share-worthy jamón de la Bellota, served with buttered toast and cantaloupe ($18), not to mention Spanish-shore–nodding patatas bravas covered in a thirst-inducing blend of miso mayo and sea urchin ($8), keep the tipplers tickled.