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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Siena's Restaurant Review: Imagine finding an offbeat restaurant with orthodox Jewish owners who serve both Tex-Mex and Italian foods---all vegetarian---and who close early on Fridays and open again after sunset on Saturdays. You have just pictured Siena's, where families congregate after ball games and others drop by for take-out pizzas and quesadillas. We couldn't figure out how it all works, but work it does. Management has divided the restaurant more or less in half, with Tex-Mex decor on one side and Italian scenes on the other. In between you place your order for calzones or tacos, lasagna or huevos rancheros, or stuffed pizza or burritos. While the food is not gourmet fare by any means, it is certainly satisfying and very kid-friendly. Besides, the staff is gregarious and pleasant, and makes a point of stressing that the kitchen tries to use organic, locally-grown and all-veggie products. Somehow, it all works.