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About Trattoria Il Mulino
Trattoria Il Mulino, located in the heart of Manhattan’s Gramercy Flatiron District, delivers a fresh dynamic featuring steampunk-inspired murals and industrial chic design while preserving the modern elegance of the Il Mulino New York name. Executive Chef Michele Mazza has created a menu that boasts traditional Italian cuisine along with original dishes that reflect the sophistication of downtown.
New York, NY 10003
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Wednesday 11:30am - 10pm
Thursday - Friday 11:30am - 11pm
Saturday 4:30pm - 11pm
Sunday 4:30pm - 10pm
Between Broadway and Park Avenue South
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We do catering for both small and large events, please contact email@example.com to learn more.
Manhattan Parking Group
32 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY (212) 533-0863
Icon Parking Systems
245 East 19th Street, New York, NY (212) 505-7942
4, 5 & 6 trains to 23rd Street and N, R & Q trains to 23rd Street or Union Square
Private Party Facilities:
Mulino Trattoria offers two dining rooms for Private & Semi-private events. Our main dining room holds up to 130 seated guests and our Private Dining Room for up to 40 seated guests.
Private Party Contact:
Events Director: (888) 502-4004
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Trattoria Il Mulino can accommodate up to 150 guests on the main dining room and up to 40 guests in a complete private room.
Trattoria Il Mulino Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful Italian food. I really enjoyed the fried calamari with spicy tomato sauce (that tomato sauce was some of the best that I have ever tasted over many years of eating out and making my own tomato sauce). I also had the veal piccata, which was delicious, and I tasted the ravioli with porcini mushroom stuffing, which was exceptionally good. The room is beautiful and was very quiet even on a Saturday evening in August. The service was excellent. The little extras that they bring for the table are always a delicious delight. This place is very pricey, but the food quality is consistently excellent.
An extraordinary Restaurant Week experience at a very special NY Italian trattoria. From the scrumptious amuses bouches to the ethereal tiramisu, you can't go wrong. The staff are attentive and helpful without hovering. After perusing the regular menu, I know I need to go back again and again.
I visited this restaurant during the summer restaurant week. $42 Dinner menu is quite reasonable, though some of other menu are a bit pricy. Service is OK, but not as good as the old Il Mulino.
I really thought I was going to love dining here, and the food was actually outstanding. That wasn't the problem. I brought my three grown daughters here for dinner during Restaurant Week. After some quizzical looks from the hostess, we were seated. (Turns out they had cancelled my reservation and notified me by email, that I had not checked in hours. I don't know why they cancelled, but at least they seated us.) At first the service was great. They brought bruschetta and big hunks of Parmesan immediately. I was trying to choose a wine. The waiter offered to help in a way that made me feel pressured. I told him that I would like a few minutes, and I would prefer to choose the wine myself. Well, that did it. The waiter went away permanently. I had to flag random servers down when needed. When I finally did get a waiter to take my wine order, I could tell they were ridiculing me. Yes, I chose the Chianti Classico. At $65, it was the least expensive bottle on the menu. They were laughing and talking about me in what I assume was Italian. I worked in some French restaurants when I was younger and I know exactly what they were doing. In this day and age, they should be ashamed of themselves for treating any paying customer so poorly.
Oh so disappointing. Went Restaurant Week for a very early dinner with a friend. I loved the look of the place (industrial chic), but was not happy with the food or the pricing. I ate from the Restaurant Week menu ( $49.00). My Caesar salad was ok, nothing out of the ordinary. Foccacio was terrific. Veal Milanese, nicely crusted, slightly overcooked and lacking in seasoning. Tiramisu, simply out of this world good. Complementary fried zucchini, very light on seasoning, soggy rather than crisp. I thought the waiter said "complementary" glass of prosecco, but when I asked for some, it came with an $18.00 per glass tab. Bit high for an ordinary glass of that wine, no? My friend ordered from the a la carte menu: Branzino was $52.00 without a single side dish. Just the fish. However it was beautifully served--shown to her and then boned--and she reported that it was excellent. She had a glass of Sonoma Valley white wine, not an exceptional label--$20.00 per glass. Bottom line, $193.00 for dinner for 2 with a 20% tip for lovely service.
After leaving, I checked out the costs of comparable meals at highly rated restaurants in the neighborhood (Flatiron District). Il Mulino's pricing was higher than any other comparable restaurant. I would not dine there again even with more affordable pricing because most of our dinner just wasn't that great.
Wish it had been better!
The food was very good. The service was horrendous. Multiple waiters are used at each table which makes the service worse. There were long periods between courses. A waiter poured water into my husband's gin & tonic and after we told two waiters, we still didn't get a replacement. WE ordered wine from several waiters and our meal was finished before it arrived. I really like the vibe of the restaurant and the food was what I expected from an Il Mulino restaurant but the service was absolutely unacceptable. We might try it again, but not for awhile...
I went with a friend for restaurant week, and was delighted with the food, service and ambiance. I saw online that they have a prix-fix lunch daily, so I hope to return. The chicken dish I ordered was fabulous. I think I would return just to have the bread and hors d'oeuvres.
It was just very, very pleasant. The restaurant is very light and bright, and we sat by the window, and I watched all the people walk by.
Very lovely space, with exceptional service, except for the blasting music that neither fit the clientele or the space. Sadly, extremely mediocre Italian food. I ordered Bucatini Alamatricana. A wonderful dish when executed properly. This was not, over cooked pasta (how could they?)with way too much sauce that was not made properly. All that, for $31.00.
This was one of my worst experiences I have ever had at a Il Mulino. The service was awful and unattentive. The food was terrible and it took way too long to get our dinner. They were not busy for a Sunday evening and I would never eat here again. They comped some of our dinner but it was still expensive and the presentation was lousy. If I could think of any other awaful adjectives to say about this restaurant I would. Don't waste your money or time on this location. I have had great dinners at other Il Mullinos but this one should replace the entire staff and start over.
Trattoria Il Mulino was so accommodable - the definition of service! Besides being able to add two seats to the party day of, our waiter said "You need something that's not on the menu? We can do it for you" and he meant it!
Our table had guests that had gluten and dairy allergies and they worked around those needs providing an appetizer plate that everyone could enjoy. The whole evening was quite the customized experience and the restaurant did not miss a beat.
Our dishes were delicious with the favorites being a mushroom ravioli served with the pasta trio in between appetizers and the main course as well as the Chicken In Crosta.
OpenTable menu needs to be updated. Not a true indication of the in restaurant menu. Prices are higher and some dishes don't exist in the restaurant. Portions are minuscule and very overpriced for red sauce Italian. Supposed to be a scaled down version of I'll Mulino. Would not recommend.
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