We decided to try Siena Restaurant last night and we were pleasantly surprised. We opted to sit at the bar because it was a last minute decision. We were early and the place was packed. Our bartender, Karen , was great. Very competant and personable.Service seemed to be fine tuned and all workers seemed to get along well. They had 125 reservations for last night (Saturday). For starters we had the antipasto, for our entrees we both ordered the Tagliatelli Bolonese. Both were very good, and reasonably priced. Our bill was $80.00 for the appetizer, two entrees, and 4 glasses of wine. We also sampled a taste of the house-made Sangria, which was very good. As with it's predecessor, L'Epicurio, the restaurant is very loud, which seems to be the only drawback that we have found, based on a first visit.