Our only option was to order the Sunday Brunch. We didn't care for the brunch, and would not visit this restaurant again.
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Good food, nice ambience somewhat marred by the noise of a wedding reception on the second floor. Plan to revisit it in a few months. With tip $100 for 3 with tip but no drinks.
We stopped on a Wednesday night and the restaurant was quiet. We were greeted promptly, seated in a beautiful, rustic dining room and given wonderful attention during the entire evening. Our server, Katie, did a great job or answering questions and making recommendations. The food...More
The Feed Mill is housed in an old grain mill of pre-Civil War vintage; its sandstone-block walls and heavy wooden beams afford a low-key, rustic setting. (There’s some interesting history to be had – ask one of the servers for stories!) Our group visited on...More
This is an old established restaurant with amazing atmosphere. Went with a party of four on a Friday night, we all loved our meals. The service was efficient even though the restaurant was fairly crowded. There was also a duo on the porch playing music...More
A group of us enjoyed our visit to the Old Feed Mill for dinner. Each of us thought our meals were very good. We all had the "lighter" options and had plenty of food.
Love the chicken pot pie and beef roast. Be sure to try a phosphate soda. The atmosphere is historic and quaint. Good "Sunday dinner" type comfort food.