I thought the Red Mill was awesome. I took my 3 daughters there last night and the experience was great. I didn't feel rushed, staff was friendly, and the food was great. I recommend this place to any one who wants a nice dining experience.
The Red Mill Supper club...wow. I've always wondered what makes a supper club a supper club instead of a restaurant. Judging from my admittedly meager experience, a supper club charges way too much for food. And beverages. The least expensive thing on the menu (when I went there) was the hamburger, which cost ten dollars. Ten Dollars! That's the stuff that a Hardy's (or Carl's Jr.) commercial is made of!
Now I'm not averse to spending a lot of money at a restaurant...The most mentionable being The Kitchen in Sacramento, CA. ($120 a plate). The thing is, I want to get something for that money. A ten dollar hamburger better come with a sparkler stuck in it, singing wait staff, and a bucketload of fries. The Red Mill (like all supper clubs I've been to) must be a place where middle-aged men take their girlfriends out to when they want to impress them...with their ability to buy expensive food.
Speaking of food...well I havn't talked about it because it's nothing special. I would have given The Red Mill a better review if they knocked down the prices about 25% lower than they are, or if they quit 'phoning it in' in the food department. 'Nuff said!