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Mulino a Vino

  • 337 W. 14th St.
  • Chelsea
  • Italian

Published 09/11/2016

Fodor's Review

You can't throw a meatball in New York without hitting an Italian restaurant. But if there's one spot not to miss, it's this subterranean restaurant on 14th Street. The top toque is Davide Scabin, who has received all manner of acclaim for his avant-garde eatery in Italy, Combal.Zero. He tones things down a bit here, the fare balancing between weird and wonderful. The cacio a pepe doughnut is a pecorino-cheese-and-pepper-stuffed fried ball of dough, and it's revelatory. The San Daniele's Miracle might be the best thing in the menu, though: it's the porkiest prosciutto-and-fried-lardo sandwich you will ever eat. The wine list is long and Italian, and each can be had by the bottle or glass.

Restaurant Information


337 W. 14th St. , New York, New York, 10014, USA



Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Tues.–Sat.

Published 09/11/2016


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