Nice vibe. Fun servers and good prices. Very casual place, so come as you are. Mostly sandwiches and salads.
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Met a friend here for a beer. A large beer selection! Decided on a Rachel Sandwich for lunch....it was very good and came with potatoe chips. The place got very busy between 12:00 and 1:00. Definitely worth the visit!
We picked the Gin Mill because it had a very good menu selection. and Beer selection. I love Rusty Chain by the Flying Bison Brewerry in Buffalo and they had it on draft. My daughter choose Purple Haze (always a favorite). I choose the hamburger...More
We visited over a year ago for breakfast and it was SOOO YUMMY. That is not the case now. The waitresses wear sloppy t-shirts and jeans and drink Tim Horton's coffee right in front of the customers (what message does that send? Don't drink our...More
A local watering hole, The Gin Mill serves up seasonal beers such as the Blueberry ale, friendly staff and a neighborhood vibe. The sandwiches are stuffed with fresh ingredients and the beers perfumed with fruit. After visiting the stores, The Gin Mill is the perfect...More
An old classic building with lots of interesting memorabilia and wall hangings. Old wooden booths and a long bar fill the room. We were seated quickly and checked out the menu/ They had burgers, wraps, sandwiches and more. i chose a pot roast sandwich and...More
A very nice quaint bar and restaurant. A complete menu and a full bar with like 16 beers on tap. The service was smooth with a reasonable wait for the food to come out. They offered 2 soups of the day.
We were with a work group and stopped in for drinks. The staff was friendly and the service was great. It was a Thursday night and the band playing was great! We all were singing long with their music. It was a lot of fun!
This was a friendly and fun place to eat and try a different beer. My Philly steak sandwich was really good and my husband's Beef on Weck was a little tough. The casual atmosphere was fun and the beers we tried were very good.