Il Mulino opens tomorrow

posted on December 3, 2008 at 7:43 pm

This just in from Il Mulino’s PR reps:

ATLANTA, GA – This Thursday, December 4, will mark the opening of the internationally renown Italian restaurant Il Mulino New York in Atlanta’s glamorous 191 Peachtree Tower (191 Peachtree Street, 404-524-5777). Atlanta will be the 11th location for the 26-year-old Greenwich Village dining destination which now has successful outposts in Long Island, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami, Washington DC, Orlando, San Juan, Tokyo and Atlantic City. The new location will bring the famed and luxurious fine-dining restaurant Il Mulino New York to a new audience in one of the nation’s up-and-coming restaurant cities, and will be open for both lunch and dinner. 
“Atlanta is an exciting, vibrant city, and we are eager to share our passion for delicious Italian food and warm hospitality with Georgians and visitors alike,” says Jerry Katzoff, chairman of Il Mulino USA. “It is a thrill to join the city’s thriving culinary scene, especially in a location as architecturally stunning as 191 Peachtree Tower.”
Executive Chef Michele Mazza will pay homage to the Abruzzo region of Italy with his menu of rustic, yet refined dishes. Chef Mazza and his team of talented chefs will prepare an array of homemade pastas, hearty meats and fresh fish using top quality ingredients and flavorful sauces. Equally important to the cuisine will be the restaurant’s gracious hospitality. This winning combination has made Il Mulino New York’s original location the number one Italian restaurant in New York City as voted by readers of Zagat Survey for more than two decades.
Il Mulino New York will boast a handsome decor with dark hardwood floors, black wrought iron chandeliers, grand wall tapestries, white tablecloths and a tuxedo-clad wait staff. Tableside presentations of signature dishes such as Rack of Lamb and English Dover Sole, an impressive wine list with over 150 selections and complimentary antipasto selections to start each meal will set Il Mulino New York apart from other dining options in Atlanta.
Additional menu highlights at Il Mulino New York will include: Branzino, Italian sea bass stuffed with garlic and rosemary and baked in Sicilian salt; Langostino, Sardinian jumbo prawns sautéed in a white wine and garlic sauce, served with risotto or spinach; Veal Chop Sage, a double-cut veal chop grilled with sage and garlic, served on a bed of roasted potatoes; and Homemade Ravioli Porcini, served in a cream-champagne sauce with black truffle.
Lunchtime highlights will include: Insalata di Salmone, a seared salmon salad over mixed greens with haricots verts, baby tomatoes, red onions, olives, red bell peppers and Italian potatoes; Petite Filet Mignon with fried onions and truffle butter; and Lunch Pronto, a choice of sliced steak, grilled salmon, eggplant parmigiana, pappardelle tomato-basil or chicken piccata with Caesar salad or zuppa del giorno – soup of the day – for $15.95.
For dessert, the restaurant will offer a selection of traditional Italian sweets and dessert wines by the glass or bottle. In traditional fashion, every guest will be treated to a complimentary glass of Il Mulino New York’s signature house Grappa. 
Atlanta’s Il Mulino New York will boast three private dining areas, as well as seating in 191’s spectacular atrium area and Il Mulino’s signature bar. In total, the restaurant will accommodate up to 180 guests in a sprawling selection of connected, intimate dining spaces.
Il Mulino New York at 191 will be open for both lunch and dinner. To make a reservation at Il Mulino New York, please call (404) 524-5777. For more information, please visit
The restaurant will be open dinner Monday-Saturday and lunch Monday-Friday (lunch starts this coming Monday).
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  • Re: Il Mulino opens tomorrow
    posted by: jimmy · December 4, 2008  8:01 AM

    I’ve been to Il Mulino in Vegas twice, and was blown away both times. I plan on going tomorrow night!

  • Re: Il Mulino opens tomorrow
    posted by: Melissa · December 4, 2008  3:04 PM

    wait, it’s official name in Atlanta is “Il Molino New York?”

  • Re: Il Mulino opens tomorrow
    posted by: The Blissful Glutton · December 5, 2008  1:59 PM

    I am not sure. Maybe it is just a way of identifying it as the Il Mulino from NY? I have seen it called both.

  • Re: Il Mulino opens tomorrow
    posted by: Sudhir · December 7, 2008  10:52 AM

    Yup, the facade of the restaurant says it.

  • Re: Il Mulino opens tomorrow
    posted by: Anonymous · December 9, 2008  7:07 PM

    I had one of the most over priced, average meals of my life at the one in NY. I was glad I didnt get the $200+ bill. But I am sure the Atlanta outpost will be better. I put the over/under on 9 months—and will take the under.

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