Siro’s closes its New York City location

After less than one year at 885 Second Ave., Manhattan, Siro's steakhouse has closed that locale. It becomes the third steakhouse in recent years to shutter at the 13,000-square-foot space at the base of the 50-story, black-glass midtown office tower that takes up a whole block-front along the avenue.

When Siro's opened last summer, it was backed by New York Yankees pitching star Mariano Riviera.
Real estate brokers blame a challenging space in a difficult neighborhood. Executives said the space might be more appealing to a bank or a food market that could better draw area residents as well as office workers.

Siro's owner, Keith Kantrowitz, is president of Racing Restaurants. His three other eateries include TriBeCa's 77 Warren, as well as Siro's upstate namesake. 



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