clock menu more-arrow no yes
A blue bar with stools.
The azure-colored bar at Three Sirens.
Mike Ledford

Filed under:

Take a Tour Through the Enchanting Maritime Dining Room at Three Sirens

Park Circle’s newest restaurant opened last week

The team from renowned wine bar Stems & Skins recently opened seafood restaurant Three Sirens in Park Circle. Co-owners Justin Croxall and Matt Tunstall took over the former YoBo Cantina Fresca building at 1067 East Montague Avenue and gave the place a romantic nautical makeover.

Croxall and Tunstall had always looked at the building (it’s across from the wine bar) and imagined what could go in there, based on what Park Circle needed. “With places like Chubby Fish and 167 Raw being so popular downtown, we knew there was need for seafood up here. We knew we wanted something a little more elevated for the neighborhood, and that’s how we came up with this concept.”

He also said that the small dining room led to to an intimate, more relaxed feeling for the restaurant. Up front there’s a few windows for natural light, but as customers move into the room, the space gets a bit more mystical with glittering star wallpaper, whimsical sconces, and twinkling lights overhead — it’s practically begging to be a date night spot.

In the kitchen, former Stems & Skins chef Julian Lippe puts out dishes like grilled Spanish octopus, charbroiled oysters with Calabrian chilis, and a potato rosti with creme fraiche and smoked trout roe. Folks from the neighborhood are already flocking into try it out.

Take a look around Three Sirens here.

Exterior of Three Sirens, a brick building with a blue door.
Three Sirens sits in the former YoBo Cantina Fresca space.
Mike Ledford
A bar with liquor bottles behind it.
Full-service bar at Three Sirens.
Mike Ledford
View from the dining room facing the windows.
Windows bring in plenty of natural light to the bar area.
Mike Ledford
A four-top table in a corner window.
A cozy corner in the dining room at Three Sirens.
Mike Ledford
Star wallpaper and light fixtures that look like hands holding a bulb.
It’s like being out on the ocean at night.
Mike Ledford
Mirrors facing the tables.
Mirrors add to the aquatic effect.
Mike Ledford
Hands holding a light on the wall.
Close up of the whimsical sconces.
Mike Ledford

Three Sirens [Official]

Charlotte

Brunch-Hungry Charlotte Diners Almost Broke Milkbread on Opening Weekend

Charleston Restaurant Openings

Spirit-Free Bottle Shop Sèchey Opening on King Street Next Month

Charlotte

The Royal Tot Brings Fanciful Drinks to Charlotte’s Belmont Neighborhood

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Carolina newsletter

Sign up for our newsletter.