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Il Mulino

  1. Celebrity Settings
    Karlie Kloss Ate Morgenstern’s Ice Cream; Leonardo DiCaprio Partied at theThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Grub Guides
    Burrata Everywhere: 24 Places to Eat Everyone’s Favorite Menu ItemIt’s the new bacon.
  3. Crime
    Restaurant Managers Allegedly Stole $109K From Il Mulino at Trump CasinoThe prosecutor says the pair spent four years cashing checks made out to ex-employees.
  4. Coming Soon
    Il Mulino Chefs Opening Long Island City Restaurant [Updated]It opens this summer.
  5. Prime Time
    Il Mulino Prime Opening This Summer in T-Bar Soho SpaceThe veal Parmesan will also be on he menu.
  6. Leftovers
    Barbuto’s 10th Anniversary Dinner; Littleneck’s SpinoffPlus: Il Mulino opens in Miami, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Leonardo DiCaprio Dines at Il Mulino; Scarlett Johansson Drinks Bourbon atPlus: Jaime Foxx enjoys brunch at SouthWest NY, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  8. Coming Soon
    Il Mulino Expanding to Flatiron District With Casual ConceptTrattoria Il Mulino should be open on 20th Street next month.
  9. Carbone!
    Night of the Nonnas: Two Italian Grandmothers Review CarboneBetween them, the women have 95 years of cooking experience.
  10. RIP
    Peking Duck and Peter Luger: Ed Koch’s Love of New York FoodThe former mayor of New York City ate everywhere.
  11. Restaurant Review
    Platt: The Uptown Iteration of Il Mulino Pales Next to the West Village OriginalLike lots of long-running productions, it’s undermined, in the end, by its own formulaic success.
  12. Arancini
    Checking In on Il Mulino, Where the Power Players Get FedIt may be the free, pre-dinner Parmesan, but probably not.
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Rihanna and Chris Brown Reunite; Morgan Freeman Shows Off His Emmys at Blue FinPlus: Wyclef Jean at Gina La Fornarina, Shaquille O’Neal at LT Burger, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  14. Closings
    Il Mulino Will Close Friday, Mr. Chow Will Open Fabulously In Space EventuallyIl Mulino closing, Mr. Chow coming.
  15. Steak
    The Uptown Il Mulino Will Be Called BisteccaMovin’ on up.
  16. Neighborhood watch
    Edi & the Wolf Guys Planning Bar for Alphabet City; Il Mulino Opening UptownAnd more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. Coming Soon
    Il Mulino Says No to Playboy, Maybe to Philippe Chow and Michael ChowNo Playboy bunnies, but there are lots of options out there for Fred Latsko.
  18. Celebrity Settings
    Lourdes Has Her Birthday at Delicatessen; Penn and Blake Do Billy’s BakeryOur weekly roundup of where the pretty people are eating.
  19. Celebrity Settings
    Obama at Il MulinoA presidential summit in Greenwich Village.
  20. Celebrity Settings
    Hugh Grant and Chris Noth Do Shots With Fans; Ralph Lauren Tours WilliamsburgAnd more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity diners.
  21. Mediavore
    Emeril Chills Out in New Show; Houston Wants to Woo New YorkIl Mulino goes casual for Atlantic City and Batali has low-grade paparazzi, in our daily news roundup.
  22. NewsFeed
    Opinionated About Dining Unleashes ‘Most Overrated’ ListThe most overrated restaurant in New York? According to one survey, it’s One if by Land.
  23. NewsFeed
    The Old and New Schools Celebrate Atlantic City ProjectsThe Trumps throw a limoed-up party for Il Mulino’s new Taj Mahal location, and the Beatrice boys celebrate the Chelsea.
  24. Back of the House
    Babbo Tops Zagat Italian List, Followed by RelicsWe’re not surprised that Babbo is the city’s top Italian restaurant, according to Zagat’s new America’s 1,000 Top Italian Restaurants book — its popularity alone is enough, in Zagat-land, to ensure yearly dominance. And in fact, Babbo is a wonderful restaurant, four stars by our lights, and justly beloved. But if you had any doubt how unreliable the Zagat surveyors are, just check out number two: Village relic Il Mulino! Now, don’t get us wrong: Il Mulino is a fine restaurant and uses very expensive ingredients to good effect. The tuxedoed wait staff are as servile as ever. But it should be the second-most-popular Italian restaurant of 1958. Haven’t the matrons of Secaucus ever heard of A Voce? Or
  25. The Other Critics
    Bruni Maintains Luger’s Middling Reputation; Bar Fry’s Tempura More Varied ThanFrank Bruni complains about the steak, the service, the sides, and the salad at Peter Luger but caves and hands it two stars. [NYT] Restaurant Girl gives Elio’s two and a half stars, citing its “charming lure of old-world” Italian, code for a menu that has barely changed in 26 years. [NYDN] Alan Richman visits Il Mulino and in crushing it strikes a blow against “this style of oversized, oversauced, overcooked cuisine” with all the force he can muster. [Bloomberg]
  26. The New York Diet
    Restaurateur Donatella Arpaia Binges on Oysters and Snacks on Hot Pockets There’s no other restaurateur quite like Donatella Arpaia of Dona and davidburke & donatella: She was the first to zip around town on a Vespa (“Everyone else copied me”) and, leaving aside her discerning palate, we’re quite certain she’s the only one food writers have characterized as “comely.” Between Friday, September 29, and Wednesday, October 4, she indulged in a singular combination of sea urchin, fat-free yogurt, and black-and-white cookies.