The Low Down
Where to Sit: If possible, avoid being seated next to the bar. While not necessarily loud, conversations between people waiting for a table can be intrusive to diners sitting behind them.
Know Before You Go: Don't even think of showing up without a reservation. Weekend dining requires two months advance notice, weekdays less.
Save Money: The "bambini-friendly" Sunday menu allows children under 12 to dine for half price after 4:30pm.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Full of flourish with a surprisingly unfussy feel, this elegant Italian spot in the historic Biggs mansion benefits from the glint of chandeliers and candlelight, starchy tablecloths and marble fireplaces that cast an attractive glow. Theâ¦
Not like the original
By MLicata at Citysearch
The one in New York was always so good and cozy yet sophisticated. The portions are too big. Garlic prevails throughout the room and the staff a... Read More
Stately digs and Italian classics set the stage for romance
By Valerie Moloney at Citysearch
Liked an oversized heirloom cocktail ring, this Italian restaurant--sibling to the original New York outpost--is a statuesque beauty in a sea of bl... Read More
Best Private Event Ever!
By ChicagoFoodQueen at Citysearch
My best friend had her wedding reception at Il Mulino, and I have never seen anything like it! The classic decor made for the perfect romantic atm... Read More
Great little Italian place
By alisonwndrlnd at Citysearch
I've been to Il Mulino now three or four times. We have not had any problems with the food, nor the service. It is a more relaxed atmosphere, but t... Read More
Amazing service!!!Lovely bartender!!!
By SpiderellaofChicago at Citysearch
I love IL mulino for many reasons like:\r \r Customer service is 5 star ...the location is amazing, as i said the bartender Adrien ( i think this ... Read More