“Conservative, homemade, home grown Italian identity” – that is the heart of Il Mulino New York in the words of general manager Adriano Carlucci. First opening its doors in Greenwich Village, NY in 1981, Il Mulino New York vowed to deliver an honest authentic Italian experience and decades later have not wavered from that promise. Their commitment to provide the same service and product at all Il Mulino locations has allowed the brand to expand far outside the walls of NYC and has allowed guests all over the country to feel “at home” when an Il Mulino is nearby.
Excellence is not simply born – it is crafted; and the excellence that is Il Mulino New York is all due to the time and expertise of Executive Chef Michele Mazza. Born in Italy, just outside Naples, Chef Mazza found his love of cooking at an early age and since has become not only the mastermind behind the opening of every Il Mulino location, but is also the President of the Italian Chef Association of NY (AICNY), highly revered as a leader among the best chefs in the country. In this What’s Cooking interview, Executive Chef Michele Mazza details the love and quality that goes into every dish served. In our experience, we witnessed Il Mulino New York has achieved a white glove dining experience without losing the sense of family or spontaneity that comes with Italian cooking.
What an honor it truly is, this icon in Italian cuisine has planted its roots right here in our beautiful city of Boca Raton.