We invite you to create a memory at the Milleridge. Step back in time and experience one of Long Island's hidden treasures. Enjoy a truly unique ... More
We invite you to create a memory at the Milleridge. Step back in time and experience one of Long Island's hidden treasures. Enjoy a truly unique ambiance of old world charm and history that is the Milleridge. Dine at the historic Milleridge Inn and Restaurant, featuring classic American cuisine and specialty menu items offered seasonally. In addition, the Inn is home to 11 Private Dining Rooms, which will accommodate parties of 12-120 guests. Wander through our quaint Village of specialty shops and enjoy the unique items available in each store. Our Cottage and Carriage House provides a beautiful setting for corporate events or any of life's special occasions. The Milleridge. A Tradition For Generations.
Horrible. My husband ordered the sirloin steak, which was very good. The tiny baked potato and seven (7!) string beans were pathetic. These were the smallest portions I have ever seen. When he finally found and advised the manager, the manager offered to send out more vegetables. Awful.
We had a 7:30pm reservation on December 18 for 11 people and were not seated until 9:30pm. Not even an apology for the wait. The place was so busy it was ridiculous - they just jam people in and the quality of food/service shows.
Besides being 2 hours behind in their seating the service was awful. The waitress was rude and could not wait for us to leave so she could go home. When we asked her how the ordering process worked (do we get an appetizer, entree, dessert with the price etc.) she could not be bothered. To top it off, the entrees came out in waves so not everyone was served their dinner at the same time. When we asked the waitress where the rest of the entrees were she stated that she had to go take another table's dessert order then she would check on the dinners - unbelievable. The quality of the food was average and that is being kind. It is a food factory with little quality. Imagine going to a wedding or sports banquet and that is the quality of the food.
Leaving the restaurant we were being harassed by some drunk patron which was a perfect way to end the evening.
We then called the next day to complain and the gentleman did apologize and said he would send out a letter of apology and gift certificate for our troubles. We have received nothing 10 days later!
This place is over rated, over priced and the food/service is the pits! High priced Christmas gift shops can only get you so far.
My husband had always made this our go to place for Valentines day and I grew up going her with my family.It has always been a favorite with a warm welcome and a feel of history.My husband and I recently went for Valentine's day this year 2010 after not having been there for the past 15 yrs and we had an amazing dinner with a very warm welcome.The manegment and staff were wonderful and attentive at all times.The food was so good and we loved it so much.It was a reminder of all the fond memories we had growing up here.We now live in the city and it was worth the hour drive on Valentines day.We decided we will be having our wedding here this October and looking forward to it more than ever.Thank you Milleridge Inn..:)
My husband & I have been coming to this beautiful restaurant for many years.The food is awesome,service is great. We will be having dinner there on Saturday for my husbands birthday.We love to walk around the village and visit all the stores. We stop at the bread store and bring home some of the best bread and cakes and goodies.
It is a cold, crisp December evening. It is holiday time at the historic Milleridge Inn and the evening is magical. Begin with a tour of the historic Milleridge Village. This recreation of an early colonial village square, complete with a variety of shops including a bakery, candle shop, toy store and more, is beautifully decorated as well. Soon a soft snow begins to fall and a sudden chill overtakes you. It’s time for dinner and your family heads for the Inn which was built in 1672. An actual working inn made popular by soldiers who visited the area after the American Revolution, you can feel history come alive as you enter. The Inn is exquisitely decorated and carolers move about serenading the dining room. The food it traditional American and prices for complete dinners range from $17 to $25. The children’s menu has all of the usual kid’s fare but it also has a prime rib and a turkey dinner as well. The special holiday menu features Christmas goose, Martha Washington leg of lamb, Vermont turkey, honey baked ham, and pork roast. Everything is charming: delectable food, gracious service, and splendid holiday decorations. It makes for a graceful prelude to the holiday season. You will find something to please everyone. It's a gracious old-fashioned place that is warm, inviting, and a comfort in the crazy/busy world of today!
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