The Las Vegas location of the famous Il Mulino New York is a feast for the senses.

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Il Mulino Cuisine

This fine dining experience offers exceptional northern Italian dishes paired with fine wines from around the world.

Brothers Fernando and Gino Masci opened their first restaurant in Greenwich Village in New York City. They say it reminded them of the Abruzzi region of Italy where they grew up. Today they have nine locations worldwide.

Your palate will experience ecstacy practically from the moment you walk into the restaurant. As you are being seated, a cheese steward will deliver a generous portion of Grana Padano to your table before your waiter even greets you. Then, complimentary hors d'oeuvres and various types of Italian breads will arrive within seconds, before you have even ordered.

Be warned: although everything is delectable, you won't want to fill up too much because some of their best creations are on the dessert menu. Their traditional Italian desserts will have you singing their praises.


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The Venue

From the elegant wrought-iron chandelier which casts a warm amber light to the rich burgundy carpet fit for royalty, you will dine in opulence. Everything is perfect from the tuxedoed waiters to the dark wood tones and white linen tablecloths, to the exquisite stemware and silver.

If the weather permits, which it almost always does in Las Vegas, you may want to be seated on the patio to gaze out onto the Las Vegas Strip. The top-floor location offers magnificent views looking north toward the Venetian, the Wynn and beyond.