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Mill's Tavern

Address
101 North Main Street Providence RI 02903
Phone
(401) 272-3331
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(401) 272-4453

Business Hours

Status: Open (Call business to confirm holiday hours)

Sunday
4:00pm-9:00pm
Monday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Tuesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday
5:00pm-11:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm-11:00pm

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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...

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Citysearch

The design of this converted 1850s mill neatly blends traditional elements (exposed beams, leather banquettes...

Gayot

A vast menu at this big-ticket restaurant starts with raw littlenecks and ends with Portuguese bread puddings.

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Phenomenal American Cuisine

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100

One of the finest dining experiences in Providence, Mills Tavern offers a seasonal menu with the finest cuts of meat, seafood, and produce. The restaurant itself is a converted mill with wooden beams and lowlight ambience that emulates American tavern traditions. The wine list is extensive, consisting of nearly 500 bottles of wine, ranging from $25 to $300. Although the food is decadent and...

Good pick during Restaurant Week

Average Rating
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Visited during Providence Restaurant Week and was very pleased. Food was excellent and service attentive.

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Payment Type: Accepts All Major Credit Cards

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...

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Parking

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.

When to Go

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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