La Isla Escondida Launches In “Secret” Garden at Mulberry Project

This winter, the Mulberry Project team transformed their back garden into a speakeasy bar dubbed Project 1919. Now, as the weather warms up, the space has been recreated as La Isla Escondida, a 900-square foot outdoor patio and garden.

Translating to “The Hidden Island,” La Isla Escondida – which officially opened up on April 17th – is the latest project from owner Nick Boccio of The Project Group and star mixologists Sam Ziar and Jasper Soffer, and will feature creative cocktails including spiked ice cocktails from the La Isla Escondida Slushy Machine as well as carefully crafted concoctions like the Blossom Mule (pictured below), a refreshing blend of Maraschino liqueur, sake, ginger beer, fresh lime juice and Pechaud bitters.

For those craving a bite, La Isla Escondida will host a weekly Sunday night Pig Roast, and will offer a menu of Latin fare.

Monday – Sunday, 5pm – 1am 

149 Mulberry Street; 646.448.4536;

Blossom Mule




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