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Mulino a Vino

337 W. 14th St. (Ninth Ave.) Send to Phone
Subterranean wine-centric restaurant on the Chelsea/Meatpacking District border.

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Mulino a Vino, New York, NY

Mulino a Vino Restaurant Review

: Mulino a Vino is a subterranean wine-centric restaurant on the Chelsea/Meatpacking District border. The menu is a compendium of dishes, not separated into primi and secondi in the usual Italian manner, and everything can be ordered in “small,” “medium” and “large” portions. The cacio e pepe ravioli is stuffed with pecorino and black pepper cream. It’s a revelation. "Pollo Alla Diavola" is a slow-cooked chicken, crimson from a beet reduction and just a bit spicy, while the “San Daniele’s Miracle” fills a focaccia bun with fried-lardo-topped prosciutto, tomato and burrata. From among the brief lineup of desserts, do consider the soft chocolate pudding. All of the wines on the long, well-detailed and all-Italian wine list are offered by the glass and bottle, allowing the diner to switch things up throughout a very satisfying meal.
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