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Posted by anonymous on 02/21/2014
Went here with a bunch of friends for a bite and cocktails. The place is dark and cold. The food was ok and took over an hour. My friends got food then I waited an hour for mine. Drinks were ok but I have had much better at other places. Other speakeasy in the area are MUCH better.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2013
Liked: oxtail ragu, Korean BBQ pork sliders(4 in a serving), truffle fries, mussels, Brussel sprouts, steak, portions are big for small plates and prices are reasonable, get one if the bespoke cocktails where they make one based on what you like. Dislike: lobster rolls(4), very loud, bar overflows onto the tables. We sat behind the dj booth which was best table in the place Also there is no sign outside and the door is down a few steps and red
Posted by anonymous on 12/15/2011
The drinks are delicious but the food is not. sliders are heavy on the bun and low on the filling (and without much flavor--esp the short rib). steer clear of these. best on the menu were the fried brussell sprouts and octopus.
Posted by Layla on 07/09/2011
Another great hip new place. Naming the place with a "The" gives it the needed sense of importance - like the "one and only." This dark little secret exudes cool and if you can afford the mixed drinks go and get some street cred!
Posted by Amanda on 02/11/2011
I've been to a lot of bars.lounges in the city and this is by far my new favorite little hot spot. The crowd gets a little fancy as the night goes on, but if you get there early it is a great location for a drink and some food after work! Our drinks were all specially made for us, all we said was our choice of alcohol, for us it was wiskey. A few minutes later a colorful drink with a giant ice cube landed on our booth. The flavors were spot on and for the first time I really didn't care what was in it. The passion that the bartenders have for their work is beyond your everyday nyc lounge. The service was great. Both of our waiters were beyond friendly and wonderfully charismatic. They were attentive and welcoming! We started to take in the atmosphere which was haunting and elegant. The paintings mixed with graffiti give you the feeling of being in an underground, exclusive lair, as if we were back in prohibition times. Finally, the best part of our experience descended on our table. The FOOD! What amazing flavors and colors the chef has put together. The Beet Salad was a great starter and the Braised Short Rib Sliders were to die for. We also had the Pork Belly on apple chips, the fried Artichoke and Truffle Fries! The chef is fairly new to the scene (he used to work at Bocoria) and has really big things a head of him. I'm glad I was able to go Mulberry Project in its infant stages and can't wait to see how it evolves! Next time we go it will be for desert! I highly recomend trying out The Mulberry Project, you will not be disappointed!!