Attention to detail and impeccable service,excellent food and great atmosphere-makes this a must place to try
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Tasty food my only complaint is the dinner menu is somewhat limited. Service is good and considering the area it is a good value for your dollar.
I make my way over to Mulberry a few times a year with co-workers from our corporate office. They are only in town a few days and I try to make sure they get a great meal while they are here. The food is always delicious, the Mulberrry Filet is one of my favorite dishes, but more than the food... More
Excellent appetizers, entrees and pizza - always consistent. If you don't see what you want on the menu Paul will make it for you. Love his Eggplant Parmigiana, only restaurant that makes it the Northern Italian way - so tasty and light. Great bar to meet locals and friendly people! Off street parking
My boyfriend and I love this place. So far every dish we have tried has been delicious. We love coming here because you get great food at a reasonable price with great service. The owner also seems very nice and hands on. One of our favorite spots for sure. I hidden treasure that not everyone knows about. Food is really... More
My wife and I always go here for our anniversary. The staff is attentive and excellent. They seem to always anticipate your need, whether it's more water or your next course. Meals are scrumptious, and the price is just right. Not flashy or trashy, but just right.
I remember the "old" Mulberry Street Tavern that had the greatest bar pizza growing up in the area. Visiting relatives in the area we passed by this 1920's brick building only to discover it has become re-invented maybe a little too fancy for the working class neighborhood but a nice place to visit when in a pinch. All modern decor,... More
This had been our go-to neighborhood place for many years and until recently, never had a bad meal here. It was mid-week so maybe the head chef was off that night? My husband ordered a pasta special that arrived way over-powered with Sambuca of all things. My chicken dish arrived over cooked and dried with very little sauce to do... More
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