Now Il Mulino New York—which has 10 other locations—has opened at 451 E. Palmetto Park Road and will be a pop-up place through July. It will serve “authentic Abruzzo-inspired cuisine with a focus on Mediterranean seafood” as well as the chain’s signature dishes.
Those include mozzarella caprese, cavatelli rapini e Salsiccia, bucatini All’Amatriciana, truffle ravioli porcini, spaghetti alle vongole and linguine di mare. Fish and meat dishes also abound, along with some Florida-inspired items such as ceviche, seafood tower and caviar service.
Open daily for dinner; 561/338-8606; ilmulino.com
New York chain Just Salad to open in Boca
More salads, wraps, bowls, and smoothie options will soon be in your sights when the New York-based Just Salad chain opens at 5050 Town Center Circle later this year.
Just Salad is starting its Florida foray with a venue in Gainesville, and then will open more around the state. A Pembroke Pines location will open around the same time as the Boca Raton location, and SoFla will have a total of five at some point.
Just Salad founder Nick Kenner worked with a dietician to develop the recipes offered. Starting in 2006 at 320 Park Ave. in New York City, the venues pack salads in reusable bowls (for $1) and toppings are free with every visit when you bring back your bowl. Along with the made-to-order salads are wraps, warm bowls, avocado toast and more.
The Boca Raton location will have a dining room and patio, so customers can also sit back and relax with their meal.