James is by far the most skilled and hard working bartender I've ever had. Give him a raise. Standard selection of beer, very good service, very friendly staff, very good food.
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This converted mill has the charm of times gone by. The wooden beams add charm to this quaint restaurant. The menu has enough variety to satisfy everyone in your party. Desserts are homemade. Prices are reasonable. It's worth the trip. If you are in Front...More
Diverse menu with lots of choices. My husband had a burger that he said was good. The fried pickles are yummy. My house salad was a little plain, but the chicken chili was filling and had a nice kick to it. We like it here-while...More
Stopped for lunch. Lots of cars in the lot usually means good food and we weren't disappointed. I had a crab cake sandwich. They put the tartar sauce on the side without being told and the coleslaw that came with was delicious. My husband had...More
Great menu -- runs the gamut from salads to burgers, from pasta to sandwiches, not to mention chili, fried pickles and more. Did I mention burgers? There must have been 8 +/- burger options! Attentive and friendly service. I liked it!!
There's nothing like the warm welcomes and the appreciation local shop/resteraunt owners express. Sadly, that's not quite the greeting we recieved. The hostess desk was plumb full of capable adults who could have greeted us. Instead, we stood there for several moments before anyone even...More
Our three-year-old grandson loves The Mill. When he arrives he throws his coat off takes his shoes off and climbs in his favorite chair. He then orders hot chips and barbecue with dip dip (ketchup) on the side. He is never disappointed and neither are...More
Rustic atmosphere okay, but could stand some sprucing up and a good cleaning. The pot roast special was very good. So was the grilled ham and cheese. But friends got burgers, which were overcooked and dry. The service was pretty good. We sat upstairs in...More
Was quiet when we came in but picked up and got rather busy for a Saturday afternoon. The menu had plenty of options and the food was fine. Prices seemed fair enough although we thought $3.99 was high for a tiny cup of soup. Service...More
After reading some of the negative reviews I was a bit skeptical. It was actually really great. Several of us had the pot roast special & it was delicious. The broiled flounder was excellent. The spagetti was great. We ate upstairs in the pub. Nice...More