After hosting a pop-up in Boca Raton since March, Il Mulino New York has decided they’re going to stick around.
The popular Italian eatery opened its doors in the former Union 27 space and originally had plans to remain as a pop-up until July.
“We are excited to continue our Il Mulino New York restaurant in the heart of Boca Raton, Florida,” Brian Galligan, president of Il Mulino New York, said in an email statement to Boca mag.
“We have been very well received by the growing Boca community that the Il Mulino experience is a great fit for the neighborhood with New York and Boca Raton’s parallel sophisticated dining tastes.”
Il Mulino New York has locations throughout New York, as well as Las Vegas, Atlantic City, New Jersey and Puerto Rico. In South Florida, there are locations at the Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach.
At the helm of the menu will be Il Mulino New York Corporate Executive Chef Michele Mazza. Recently, Boca Raton started serving brunch on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will expand that menu on Father’s Day. The Tribeca location is the only other restaurant to serve brunch.
Union 27, which Il Mulino New York replaced, was short lived, opening in October 2018 and then announcing on social media in early March that it was closing its doors for Il Mulino. Union 27 offered the offered exclusive membership opportunities, although it was open to the public to dine.
Il Mulino New York, 451 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton; 561/338 8606; ilmulino.com/boca-raton
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