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Taverns have had a constant important presence in American life since the late 1600's. Many of them, which were attached to inns, were opened as resting places for travelers needing a place to stop, relax and fortify themselves. Of course the local residents frequented the taverns too, purchasing drinks and meals as well as participating in lively conversations. Taverns were...
Taverns have had a constant important presence in American life since the late 1600's. Many of them, which were attached to inns, were opened as resting places for travelers needing a place to stop, relax and fortify themselves. Of course the local residents frequented the taverns too, purchasing drinks and meals as well as participating in lively conversations. Taverns were the focal point for...
The design of this converted 1850s mill neatly blends traditional elements (exposed beams, leather banquettes, hurricane-lamp c
A vast menu at this big-ticket restaurant starts with raw littlenecks and ends with Portuguese bread pudding.
We had a large business dinner here and it was an excellent experience. Despite being a large party, the service was personal and the service was prompt and orchestrated so that entrees arrived simultaneously. The calamari appetizer was excellent. Entree highlights were swordfish, ribeye and scallops. Great, reasonably priced wine list.
My husband & I decided to go to the Mill's Tavern the other night. We read the reviews & we were under the impression that we would be dining elegantly and eating phenomenal food. That wasn't actually the case. We did enjoy the evening and our waiter, Phil was wonderful. But we did feel the food did not warrant the...
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Mill's Tavern offers an exquisite dining experience selected by the readers of Rhode Island Monthly as the Best Restaurant in Rhode Island. They offer contemporary American cuisine with an emphasis on wood-fired cooking.
Valet parking is free, as is street parking. There's also a pay-to-park lot across the street that charges a reasonable flat fee.
Intimate conversations are hard to come by, starting at about 6:45pm because once the restaurant fills up, the place gets a bit noisy. Reserve a table around 5pm or 9pm to ensure quieter environs.
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