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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
The contemporary Italian vibe was lovely, but warmed up nicely with tablecloths. We were welcomed by everyone on the staff and met with fried zucchini, freshly baked focaccia and a chunk of Parmesan . Veal Marsala was wonderful and our pasta dishes were equally good. The serving staff couldn’t have been more accommodating. Lovely neighborhood spot and we will be going back on our next trip to town.
Simply awful, terrible seating, noise level,
Ordering ( captain was scattered ) food was poorly timed , octopus burnt, pasta over cooked .....complementary chips swimming in garlic and oil. And why , why offer crisp bread and then an amuse Bouch of bruschetta.
Celebrated my birthday here and it was truly amazing. The staff ensured that our party of 10 was very comfortable and accomodayed our every need! Food was absolutely delicious. We brought our own cake and was charged per slice to cut the cake but that was the only negative experience as that price was equivalent to another cake. Otherwise, great ambiance, food and extremely attentive and friendly staff. I would go back again for another large party occasion or simply for date night
Six of us went on Sat night for a special occasion, were sat in a corner and were forgotten about. We ordered several bottles of expensive wine, we had to constantly grab the waiters for attention. Two of us finally spoke to the manager about how bad the service was but it never really improved. They essentially said they were short staffed but never sent a dessert or made any effort to offer a consession. It was very disappointing.
It took me years to get into Il Mulino in Greenwich Village. Lots of funny stories about it, but I persevered (Dallas, Chicago, Las Vegas, all before getting into NY) and I think it is one of the pinnacles of fine Italian dining in the US. Ask for the Grand Marnier -Orange dessert prepared tableside--to see if they can do it (I have never seen it on the menu). It is incredible.
This place is totally overrated and over/priced. I ordered the veal Marsala, try said nothing came with it but offered a small bowl of pasta. It was $15 for a quarter cup of pasta. My friend ordered a side order of asparagus and it was $18 for 5 spears. Totally ridiculous.
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.
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