Above: The Caminetto Room at Siena is just one of the many private dining and private party options we offer. To find out more about hosting a private event or dinner, please give us a call at (512) 349-7667.
Every year at Siena, we try to say thank you for your continued support by giving back: until December 15, we are offering a FREE $25 gift certificate (good for future use) for every $100 gift certificate purchased.
Whether you’re planning to give the gift of great Italian and Tuscan cuisine this year for the holiday season or just planning to use the free gift certificate for a future visit to the restaurant, we appreciate your continued support of Siena!
Happy holidays, everyone!
Buone feste a tutti!
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At Siena’s November 7 wine dinner featuring the wines of Ravenswood and honoring legendary winemaker Joel Peterson, Chef Harvey Harris created his menu as “a continuation,” as he put it, of the flavors of these amazing wines.
One of the most thrilling pairings was Chef Harvey’s slow roasted lamb ribs which was accompanied by a light blackberry reduction.
“The wine should reflect the flavors of the wines and be their continuation,” he explained. The combination was BRILLIANT!
Thanks again, Chef Harvey, for all the hard work you put into these amazing dinners and the spectacular menus you deliver. You have made Siena Ristorante Toscana Austin’s number-one destination for the top winemaker from across the world!
Every year at Siena, we observe Veterans day by buying a meal for members of the U.S. armed forces.
Here are a few of the veterans who visited us yesterday.
Thank you, veterans, for your service to our country!
We really appreciate everything you have done for us.
Jennefer Wiegrefe (left) served in the Marine Corps. from 2000-2006 and was one of the first women to see combat in Iraq in 2003. Her husband Daniel Wiegrefe (right) has served in the Navy since 1992. They were married in 2008 and Daniel speaks Italian fluently thanks to his years as the director of the Navy’s nuclear submarine base in Sardinia, Italy.
George Hebel served in the Air Force from 1968-1972. He’s lived in Austin for four years and has been coming to Siena ever since he moved here.
Vince DiLoreto (right) served in the Marine Corps. from 1964-1988. He and his wife Donna (left) were married in 1967. They are Siena regulars and rarely miss the Siena wine dinner series.
And don’t forget Siena Chef Harvey Harris (above), who served in the Navy from 1972-1975. “Our unofficial motto” on the U.S.S. Fiske, says Chef, was “Show us where it’s at and we’ll blow the s*&% out of it.”
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The cooking at Siena has never been better and Chef Harvey (below) and his team our putting out their best food ever!
Stay tuned: we’ll be posting food and glam shots from last night’s amazing wine dinner early next week.
In the meantime, that’s Chef Harvey Harris (left) — who conceived and executed yet another stellar menu for last night’s sold-out event — with Joel Petersen, owner of the iconic Ravenswood winery in California, a pioneer in creating “California Zinfandel”.
Click here to see the menu and stay tuned for mouth-watering photos from Chef Harvey’s menu as well as some lovely shots of many of the couples in attendance.
Thanks again for making Siena Ristorante Toscana the top destination for wine dinners and winemakers in Austin today!