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Opening Season

BY Anna Grazulis | May 22, 2018 | Feature Features

Sample this season's most anticipated restaurant openings.
Deviled eggs at Maison Vivienne

Il Mulino
Italian restaurant Il Mulino is making its most eastern appearance yet with chefs and staff from the New York locations. The interior of the new hot spot, which occupies a quaint, woodsy spot on the border of Wainscott and East Hampton Village where Osteria Salina once was, was created by Lee Katzoff, who designed the other restaurants in the brand and whose family owns the expansive group of renowned restaurants. Diners can enjoy a simple, summery take on Il Mulino’s classic and favorite NYC menu items, but with more flexibility and a larger focus on local ingredients. Food customizations are not an issue, and small menu adjustments are expected throughout the season so that Il Mulino can best accommodate South Fork residents and beyond. On another note of convenience, the restaurant is retailing its packaged sauces, pastas, vinegars, coffees and more in addition to the founders’ vision of crafting take-out and prepared foods for effortless hosting. 108 Wainscott Road, Wainscott

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