We enjoyed great service and food at Mill 109. The use quality ingredients and I appreciate that. The decor was very rustic and historical. I definitely recommend!
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We ordered clam chowder and it was just average (really salty). A little overpriced for what we got. Nice atmosphere. Maybe other menu items would be better??
Food was ok, Small portions for the price. But the chowder was good. Kids like the burgers but wanted more fries. luckily it was a beautiful day and we sat out side on the benches. we were a party of 12, service was fine as...More
The town is now called Seabrook, WA and is a fast-growing community of homes and vacation rentals. Great food, great portions, great service, great staff. Had both breakfast and lunch there. Both great meals. Indoor and outdoor seating. Had a great walk on the beach...More
The restaurant, itself, is beautiful. It is right in the Seabrook town center, and just an adorable little place. The interior is pretty small, and even a little on the tight side, but there is outdoor seating as well... And if it hadn't been so...More
Mill 109 would do well to up their game a bit (food and beer wise). We were greeted by a sweet gal who got us seated right away. Our server was a friendly dude who checked on us regularly. For a "pub", we were a...More
My family and I have been coming to Seabrook for several years now. Given the limited dining choices in the area, we regularly eat at Mill 109. Our experiences are usually positive or else we'd dine in more. The setting is really great - right...More
Visited this restaurant twice, mainly because of the reviews. First time was dinner with my wife and another couple. Service was extremely slow, however once the meals arrived my wifes meal was very good as was the other couple's. My fish & chips were about...More
The service was great, nice place with great view. Three in our party ordered steaks all med rare. Only one was pink other was med and then med well. The scallop potatos were crunchy. The Shrmp Scampi was bland and the noodles were all stuck...More