Jack and Claire Miller moved from Philadelphia in 1973 and soon opened the first Ale House Restaurant in Jupiter, Florida in 1988. This successful ... More
Miller's Brandon Ale House
Jack and Claire Miller moved from Philadelphia in 1973 and soon opened the first Ale House Restaurant in Jupiter, Florida in 1988. This successful casual-dining restaurant chain attracts customers from all walks of life by offering great Food and Drinks at an incredible Value. The chain has grown steadily, but conservatively, with a total of 50 restaurants throughout 5 states, as of January 2010. See the Locations tab for specific locations. Since its inception, the Ale House has continued to develop into a classic restaurant success story, to include being named as one of Nation's Restaurant News' Regional Powerhouse Chains . The Ale House continues to build a strong base of enthusiastic, loyal fans. In fact the Ale House's Company Mission statement is simply... All Actions Create Raving Fans . When an Ale House Restaurant opens its doors, it quickly becomes identified within the local neighborhoods as the ideal meeting ground for people to come and relax, have an enjoyable lunch or dinner, socialize with friends, watch a sporting event on one of the largest collections of HD TV's to be found, or bring the entire family in for a great meal and have some fun. In fact, the Ale House motto represents that the Ale House is a reel great place to catch a good time! Designed to attract a broad variety of customers, the Ale House menu focuses on Food quality, Freshness and Value. The menu offers delicious Steaks, original Pasta dishes, fresh Seafood, healthy Salads, robust Sandwiches and homemade Desserts, served within the comfortable social atmosphere of a neighborhood family tavern. All Ale House restaurants contain a full-service bar featuring wine, liquor and over 75 varieties beer. Two featured proprietary items include ZingersA(R) (boneless chicken wings coated in a choice of sauces) and a homemade ice cream cake dessert known as Captain Jack'sA(R) .
Just ate,( or should I say tried to eat ) at the Ale House in Brandon. We have ate at the Ale House in Estero,Fl and it was great. This was by far the worst service and food I've ever ate. We should of had a clue from how empty it was at 5:00 that it was bad. My baked potato was brown when they brought it to me and my steak was raw. We were the only ones in there and it took 25 mins to take our order. Do yourself a favor and stay away...
i just spent $22.00 on a baked potato and draft beer! That's what it came down to, since the porter house steak I ordered was horrible! I ordered it medium well. The first few bites from the edge of the steak were tough. I decided to cut out a more pink piece nearer to the bone, this too was tough. I was so grossed out thinking that I was eating a steak from an old tough cow. So disappointed since I don't usually treat myself to a steak. The waiter asked if I wanted a box to go, I declined. The waiter didn't ask why I left most of the steak on the plate. I guess they are used to seeing uneaten steaks!
Service was fine but the food was Not good! I ordered a bistro burger cooked medium. It came burnt, well-done and dry. Another member of our party ordered the filet mignon cooked medium rare. It also came burnt, well-done and dry. Since we only ordered 2 meat dishes and both were cooked the same, I can only assume it was not a mistake. We were extremely disappointed and will not go back. There are too many good restaurants in Brandon to chance another bad meal at the Brandon Ale House.
I was hesitant about trying something new. I usually stick with restaurants that I know. I was amazing surprised about Brandon's Ale House.
For an apetizer I orded the Mozzerella Sticks. There were delecious. For my meal I got the chicken sandwhich, with bacon, cheese and honey mustard. I have to admit, this was the best sandwhich I have had in a long time. The chicken was very tender and the honey mustard was very sweet.
On top of this, our waitress was great. Very friendly and gave great service. I also liked the fact that they served Pepsi products. I love Mountain Dew on fountain. They also served soda in these huge glasses. Which is great, because I am go through them quick....
Overall, this was a great place. I am definitly going to be returning very soon.
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