Mulino a Vino
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Our exquisite and extensive Italian List is divided four categories according to taste and intensity: Bright & Lively, Clean & Earthy, Smooth & Velvety, and Big. Our food menu was specifically designed for Mulino a Vino based on our sophisticated yet approachable wine list by our Executive Chef Massimiliano Eandi.
We invite you to join us at Mulino a Vino where you can experience a modern twist on the traditional Italian meal and discover the best of what Italy has to offer!
Please note, as of June 1, 2017, an 18% Hospitality Fee will Apply to All Checks as part of our No-Tipping Policy. Thank you!
Mon–Fri, Sun 6:00 pm–12:00 am
Sat 5:30 pm–12:00 am
123 Trains are 1 Block Away. FM Trains are 2 Blocks Away.
M14 Bus Line Stops at 14th Street/ 8th Avenue.
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The restaurant obviously didn't inform Open Table that they had decided to close for renovations, so was quite surprised that we showed up only to find them closed. It would have been nice if they could have at least updated their website or their voicemail. Very unprofessional.
Service was very slow. Some of the dishes were good (meatballs and eggplant), but the gnocchi seemed underdone and the desserts we're surprisingly uninspiring. The apple tart somehow managed to taste very little like apple.
Very charming and quaint.. delicious food and a lovely staff.. highly recommended!
My friends and I came in on a Friday and sat at the bar overlooking the kitchen. We had the Ravioli Carbonara, the Pollo alla Diavola, the Risotto del Bosco, and the Gnocchi Margherita. All were super delicious! We also drank a bunch of different wines- the Prosecco, a Verdicchio, and a Syrah. Service was warm and friendly as usual! They did say they were closing for renovations soon, and we can’t wait to come back! Looking forward to it reopening for sure. This has been one of my go-to hidden gems for years. Thanks again!!!
Very nice ambient, food menu, wine and manager!
The only not very classy note is that they call it “no tipping” restaurant but in fact they add 18% gratuity in top of each bill... not really clear in the end...
What a nice place with nice food, unfortunately destroyed by terrible service. Not once we got attention without waiting and waving and even then there was no empathy and the restaurant wasn’t full - work on it!
Near perfect experience. All the food was delicious. The three size options for every single item make it a breeze to try as many things as you like. Two of us had six small plates and then two small desserts. Wine list is amazing and many are available by glass or carafe. They open at 6, when things are cozy and quiet; but things were loud by the time we left. It isn't cheap. We were served two dishes at a time with a pause in between each "course", even though we hadn't order courses, and it seemed the perfect way to do it - even the pairings went well together, although again that wasn't our doing. That said, the pauses in between the "courses" was just a wee bit too long. The flaws here are quibbles; this place is 5-star.
Excellent food and wine. A wonderful spot for a date night.
Everything about our dining experience was excellent! This is a small intimate upscale wine bar restaurant. The staff was charming and knowledgeable. The service was phenomenal and drinks/food were timed perfectly. We shared many dishes with different wines, some our choices and some recommended by our host (the White Sangiovese was full bodied, complex and loved by everyone at our table). The food was beautifully presented and delicious. We will be back and have shared this gem with many friends... some secrets are too good to keep to yourself!! Try the ravioli carbonara, salmon tartare and lamb! Salute!
The experience at this restaurant has significantly gone down. While the wine selection is good, meals are uneventful and quite expensive for the size. The zucchini burrata appetizer is to laugh about. 99% grilled zucchini, 1% burrata and no originality. The medium size lamb had 2 lamb chops. Really??? Their medium sizes are small, and the large ones are quite expensive. I’m disappointed, it used to be one of my favorite restaurants.
Lovely... small... Great service. Restaurant week food was very good. Looking forward to returning to sample full menu.
Remi, the maitre d, was extremely gracious and made fantastic wine suggestions, letting us taste a few to pair with our delicious food. Food was spectacular and very easy to share. Thai eggplant was particularly memorable and the chicken was super moist.
Definitely will be going back soon! Could not have been made to feel more welcome and special.
I always visit it while I go to New York. Never disappointed me. Simply great!
We came here for restaurant week but decided to do small plates instead. Lots of tastes, one better than the next. The waiter helped us pick a nice wine. All together, a great experience. We will be back!
Dined here with friends during the Restaurant Week, from the ambiance to the service, food and wine. A perfect meal. Ravioli Carbonara was just amazing and the bread served with the olive oil is divine. I had the salmon tartare to start and ended with the affogato. Cozy, warm, inviting. I look forward to returning.
My brother and I are both chefs and thought the food was good. But, what made the night was talking to the manager? Remi. He was very friendly, warm and welcoming and knew his wines. It was late so we got to relax and really soak in the ambiance of mulino which was very relaxing.
Very nice wine list and fun menu with Sm Med and Family size portions so you can do tastings with different dishes if you want. Would return.
Fantastic. A hidden gem in meatpacking. Great wine selection. As you might expect. And the food oh my god delicious. Get the smallest portion. They offer small medium and large. Then try 4 or 5 dishes per couple. Lamb amazing. Zucchini so good. Teacup bolognese yum. And the gnocchi was so good. Loved it.
Came here with our parents and it was a hit. It was our fourth time in and we loved it, as usual!
Delicious! Amazing wine list, wonderful service, cozy vibes. Obsessed with the private wine cellar. Will be back again soon!
Perfect ambiance for intimacy
We love this place which is why we keep coming back! Great during the week when it’s a bit quieter for a more intimate dinner, but lots of fun on the weekends. Our families still talk about how delicious the food is - we brought them in July, over 6 months ago. Service is engaging and friendly. And the wine list is so fun if you like to explore!
Thanks Chef Mio & team!
You end up eating in a dark basement room. It's very loud. The food seems to have more of an Asian flair than Italian. Everything is drenched in cream. Raviolis came out cold. Salmon appetizer was drowning in mayonnaise. Not worth the high price at all. Go nearby to Burbuto or Del Anima for top quality Italian food.
Food was delicious and creative. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. We will definitely come back!
I would not recommend this restaurant. There was no ambiance and the staff wasn't helpful and it felt as though they were rushing us. The food was also mediocre and not plentiful.
It was such a great restaurant. The selection of portions was wonderful, as it allowed us to try many things. The ingredients and flavors were out of this world and the ambiance was perfect for a special occasion. We had a great time there. The staff was polite and charming. We would gladly return again next time we are in New York!
Very good service
Love the 3 size options
Impressed by the food. Tasty and creative. Best Italian restaurant in town!!
Lots of little bugs / gnats flying around
Excellent wine list and food pairing. Recomend small plates to share as much different options as you can
The food is simple yet inventive. The place is really cute
Enjoyed the Resturant but it was so noisy...imposible to hear everyone at table.
Our dinner was absolutely lovely! We found this place on accident, but I'm glad that we did. It's super cozy with a small dining room. The food was wonderful! Love that they offer different size options for each dish so that you can create exactly the type of meal that you want. Our server was very helpful in guiding us through the menu which is on the small side, but provides plenty of variety. Bolognese was to die for! Would definitely return when in the city again!
Second time I’ve gone. This place has not didappointed yet.
After working several times in Italy, it’s so nice to finally find a place in the city that feels both authentic & modern at the same time. The traditional flavor & ingredients are there, but the menu is upgraded to be unique and contemporary.
I think my favorite dishes right now are the Ravioli alla Luciana and the Zucchino. Also the way the wine list is set up is great; really encourages you to try new wines. We tried the Ramato Pinot Grigio and the Sacrisassi Rosso. My server was telling me that fresh truffle season is just around the corner- can’t wait to come back!
Service was great, music was fun- all in all a great time. Don’t miss this cozy, truly Italian gem in the Meatpacking!
Had a fantastic dinner with friends here on a Sunday night. We shared a bottle of the Barbera (delicious and well-priced!) and several dishes. Tough to choose, but my fave was probably the Gnocchi Piemontese. Will be back again soon! In the meantime, I'm definitely trying to convince my boss to throw our holiday party in the Wine Cellar.
Average food. Didn't seem like it had a true theme. Octopus ravioli was truly meh. Didn't even finish. 90s hip hop was on pretty loud and we were directly seated next to another two people, but no one else in our seating area. Took fifteen minutes to pay bill... once again... two people in our area.
Zucchini was delicious. So was the pasta cooked inside the tomato. A great experience overall.
Great place with a wonderful Italian wine list. I will definitely be going back.