Il Mulino New York

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Details
86 W 3rd St (btwn Sullivan & Thompson St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 673-3783
Italian
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:30 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:30 PM Sun: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • #9 - IWalked NYC's Top 10 Italian Restaurants. Greenwich Village staple. Been voted the #1 Italian restaurant in NYC by Zagats for two decades. Portions are ginormous & have lots of garlic!<LINK>
  • The best service. Love the huge hunks of parm that start the meal. Can't go wrong with any pasta or the lobster.
  • By far my favorite Italian restaurant in NYC. Every meal that I've had here is superb. The service is phenomenal. rack of lamb is to die for. burrata will make u want to cry with happiness.
  • Best $50 orange I ever ate!
  • Mushroom ravioli with truffle and veal scallopini - phenomenal
  • be prepared for a long wait for your table, however, the wait is worth it, awesome :)
  • PHOTO: President Barack Obama and Bill Clinton outside after an address to Wall Street CEOs in 2009, at the link!
  • Best Italian Restaurant in the World?
  • Wanna reservation? Don't call, go to the restaurant and make one in person. You'll get ahead this way.
  • Wonderful. Love the wheel of cheese. Great ny dining experience
  • Fantastic service!
  • Smelled delicious as we entered, space is very small and tight... complementary cheese, bruschetta, and pepperoni to start + veal parm was phenomenal, black squid pasta with seafood was on point!!!
  • Amazing steak
  • Still our favorite Italian restaurant where weve spent many special occasions. Favs include bolognese and shrimp fra diavolo. Mangia!
  • Fancy old school Italian. All the pastas are solid!
  • One of my favorite Italian restaurants in the world
  • Old school Italian feel where giant chunks of parmesan tide you over as the moody staff make the night special.The specials are overpriced but the pasta is great. Google "captain's tip" before you go.
  • The veal (parmigiana, Milanese, whatever) is outstanding, the porcini ravioli is as good as everyone says and the atmosphere is as kitsch.
  • Il Mulino remains true to its trattoria roots, offering hearty portions of rustic Italian fare. Note that reservations are hard to get here, so it's best to plan in advance.
  • Reservations a must. One of absolute favorite Italian restaurants in NYC. It can get a bit pricy but worth every penny.