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Mulberry Project

American Restaurant

$$$$
Mulberry Project104.5
ingredients • speakeasy • mixologist • chalkboard

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  • Photo of Gaia De Ponti
    a year ago
    Speakeasy
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  • Photo of Nicole Regan
    a year ago
    Good drinks, even better back patio
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  • Photo of RightFing Now
    2 years ago
    'Prison Sex' cocktails are happening at this backyard bar in SoHo. Notify your drinking partner RFN. (646-448-4536)
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  • Photo of Nomadic Matt
    2 years ago
    This bar is hidden behind a lovely red door below an Italian restaurant. They serve bespoke cocktails—you tell them what kind of drink you want, and they make it for you. There’s no drink list, and what you get depends on the bartender.
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  • Photo of Raja H
    3 years ago
    Brought Tom here on his visit to NYC. He couldn't stop talking about how pretty the bartender was, so we had to leave.
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  • Photo of Devin Dollinger
    3 years ago
    Speakeasy zagat
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  • Photo of Raja H
    4 years ago
    Custom cocktails kind of place. Outdoor space as well. It has a dive-y vibe that works
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  • Photo of Danielle Emig
    4 years ago
    Choose your own ingredients.
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  • Photo of Danielle Emig
    4 years ago
    No cocktail menu. Just ingredients to choose from.
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  • Photo of Raja H
    4 years ago
    No actual cocktail list. You should know what you might like
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  • Photo of Ralph S
    a month ago
    We like Lower Manhattan for the variety and NYC vibe. A trip to Mulberry St. is always a stop and today we enjoyed the Mulberry Project. A mid 20's-30's crowd looking to spend hard earned money. we sat at the bar and a cocktail will cost $16.00 and half pays for the atmosphere and overhead. Didn't glance at the menu, so can't help here. I consider this stop, a stop for a drink and move onto another setting for a more dynamic bar scene. No music, fast paced, a good experience!
  • Photo of Phil A
    4 months ago
    Excellent bespoke cocktails. Great speakeasy with very skilled bartenders. Just give them the main component of your drink and Let them surprise you. Insider tip: Take the time to visit the hidden garden in the back while sipping your drink.
  • Photo of Nolads
    5 months ago
    Our son took us here for a cocktail. The bar features custom-crafted cocktails, and all six of ours were very good. Choose your flavor profile or a couple of key components and they will craft a cocktail for you. The gin-lavender and rum-asian pear combinations were particularly good. Had a nice vibe for a before dinner drink. Service was good.
  • Photo of firoozeh76
    5 months ago
    sneaky speakeasy right in the heart of it.... you would never know it was there and hidden downstairs some amazing cocktails with a back garden,
  • Photo of Emerbc
    8 months ago
    We are really into speakeasy style cocktail bars and came across this recommendation online. We were dining in little Italy so decided to try it out. Walking by, you could easily miss the entrance, in keeping with true prohibition style bars. However, the inside was a little disappointing. The lights were too bright and that killed the atmosphere. The music was mismatched with the high end cocktail menu and was almost irritating. Modern rock and pop music, too loud. The cocktail menu was ok and I liked that you can ask for a cocktail to made up to suit your taste. We had two made up and they were both ok. Prices I think were $18 or $15 which is in keeping with NYC cocktail bars. I wouldn't rush back here unless the atmosphere was a little more in keeping with prohibition style cocktail bars or was a little more welcoming.
  • Photo of Steve B
    a year ago
    I assume this place will be closed by the time you read this. Lousy/slow service, over priced, not a cool atmosphere, weak drinks. We drank half our drinks and split. Boooo.
  • Photo of lollygal
    a year ago
    We had after dinner drinks here tonight in the outdoor courtyard. It was a beautiful night and the crowd was lively, and the drinks were good. Great ending of the night.
  • Photo of misopiso88
    a year ago
    Three of us decided to try out Mulberry Project one day after work. Terrific courtyard out back on a nice day. The front door has no sign or number so look for a staircase down into the bar. Excellent cocktails. Highly recommend!
  • Photo of luculpable
    a year ago
    You walk in the bar, tell the bartender the ingredients that you like and he will make a drink for you. Which basically meand that every drink is a one of a kind drink.
  • Photo of Louis F
    a year ago
    Pretty low-key for Monday night but still had that intimate feel. Drinks were great that were created on the spot to our liking. Overall a good time and highly recommended in Little Italy
  • Photo of Heather C
    a year ago
    This restaurant/bar is fully reminiscent of the old time speakeasy - right down to being difficult to find even if you are looking for it! We were using our GPS and it said we had arrived, but still couldn't find it! Once I remembered it was below ground and saw the tiny street level sign we went in and the first thing you encounter is a door with a slide peep hole - but don't worry, you can just walk right in. It will take a few minutes for your eyes to adjust to the dimness, but the atmosphere in the place is great. There is an outdoor seating area out back which has a different vibe than inside, but there were no tables available so we sat in one of the booths which has a full view of the bar. The food and drinks we had were excellent. Our favorite drink was made with bourbon, apple cider, ginger, and spices and garnished with apple slices. It was strong and worth the $15 price tag. My husband ordered the Burger which he said was good, but nothing extremely special. On the other hand, the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sliders were awesome. Perfectly light fried coating, tender chicken, slightly spicy slaw. The only small complaint was that the music was just a little bit too loud. Would come back here again for sure.
  • Photo of Morninchile
    a year ago
    Presentation could be improved as around 16 bucks for a beaker is a lot. Cocktails inside were great, mixologist was funny. Marred by some nasally Aussies talking their usual boring blah. But, not the bars fault.
  • Photo of Scott G
    2 years ago
    You've got to be eagle-eyed to find this place, but that's the whole point of a speakeasy. The atmosphere was great and it was busy without being impossible to get to the bar. There's a very small cocktail list, but I'd recommend you don't use it. Instead, you should simply tell the bartender a few ingredients you like and they'll make something with them. There's a chalkboard of fruits and herbs on the wall to help inspire you. $15 a cocktail is about par for the course.
  • Photo of Chris B
    2 years ago
    Great, cosy little bar that serves awesome cocktails. There is a short list or you can ask for whatever you feel like - we had a great gin-based concoction. Drinks list is fairly minimal otherwise, there are some beers/wine etc, but you would go there for the cocktails! Recommended.
  • Photo of lschenck99
    2 years ago
    Loved the drink options; pick a fresh fruit, a liquor and an herb and the bartender creates your own unique drink. Good music and great vibe.
  • Photo of Helena Z
    2 years ago
    Funky speakeasy bar in the middle of Little Italy. Amazing outdoor section. Truly memorable cocktails and a wonderful vibe! Highly recommend this place!
  • Photo of Real_FoodieToronto
    Stopped by for an early drink and had a good impression of this place. As others have said, the hidden entrance with the little red light is cool and the bar is pretty cool. But the patio in back is even better on a nice evening. Can see why the place has a good vibe about it.
  • Photo of Trixia80
    2 years ago
    A great place to have a drink in the middle of Little Italy. Perfect to have a quiet talk - hard to fiind, but that makes it interesting. Both, the food and the drinks, are amazing.
  • Photo of TripMember082020153
    We were searching for a place to have drink and found this hidden spot right in the middle of Little Italy. Located behind a red door on Mott street (below street level) you are quickly whisked away to yesteryear. The inside is dark and brims of 1920s. Because it's a beautiful day and we don't want To be stuck inside we find ourselves in a back yard oasis in Little Italy. A nice little spot to enjoy a drink and small bite to eat. The drinks are a little pricey, the menu is quite small but provides you with a chance to get something in your stomach. If you are looking for something unique this is a great place to visit!
  • Photo of AussieOzOz
    3 years ago
    I can't stop talking about this place! The atmosphere is great, the 'no menu' approach on cocktails is fantastic! You wouldn't even know it exists hiding behind a normal no fuss door. Highly recommend to all!

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