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Steps off of Madison Avenue, our Uptown outpost on 60th Street brings minimalist elegance to life. Il Mulino New York classics from our flagship location are served alongside new favorites complementary to the classic flavors of West 3rd Street.
$31 - $50
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer
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We had a business lunch with a client and friend from Napoli and my colleague from Sicily. They are usually very opinionated about food.
They had nothing bad to say about the quality of the food provided. We had 9 people in our party and...More
We haven’t been to Il Mulino for around 5 years, and when we needed a special meal after attending a concert, they were gracious enough to give us a late reservation at 10 pm. Came in starving, celebrating a birthday and a great performance, and...More
My experience has been nothing shy of stellar each and every time I have been to Il Mulino NY. The Service is impeccable and the food is always consistent!! It still remains my favorite Restaurant in NY after all these years.
We were a group of 4 and had a wonderful meal and terrific service. The food choices
were delicious (Dover Sole and pounded chicken) as well as appetizers. The only downside were the prices of our food choices. If you have the money, the entire...More
THE FOOD!! The only time I have tasted Italian food better was when I was in Rome and had a home cooked meal. Il Mulino was just fantastic the atmosphere was lively not in a distracting way, the servers where great. You have to try...More
5 asparagus spears for $15...really? Frutti de mare served without any sauce because the kitchen forgot it? Oh, hou about a $25 Macallan 12 on our bill which we didn't order (and had sent the waiter away when he tried to deliver it) . When...More
I hate to say it - I was disappointed. I ordered a veal dish that was served with potatoes. The veal was fine, but the potatoes were over-cooked, dried out and tough. Also, the price for two glasses of rose champagne was a shock when...More
This was my second visit to this Restaraunt. It was recommended by the Four Seasons Hotel. The food was reasonable but there was a problem between the management & staff. It was like a family argument. Uncomfortable. Food was ok, but don’t get a table...More
I was very much looking forward to last night's visit to a New York culinary institution, IL MULINO on East 60th Street. Our party of 4 arrived exactly on time at 7 and were seated. Unfortunately, from then on it was a race to the...More
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