Sirio Maccioni has been serving the high rollers of this city ever since the early 1960s, when he was the maitre d' at The Colony on 61st Street. He has spent the last 39 years pampering guests of his storied 59th Street restaurant, Le Cirque. In the video above, Siro and his son Mauro chat about the grand parties that they've hosted at Le Cirque, and the high rollers that have spent time at the restaurant over the years.
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