Food and drinks were very good 4/5, service could of used a pen to write down the order instead of trying to remember orders of 5 people 3/5. I know they we're busy but attention to detail goes a long way.
The drink specials are always good here and it's hard to get them wrong. $3.75 for a mixed well drink or $9 for a top shelf margarita. The family ordered a couple margaritas, glass of Riesling, cranberry vodka and a strawberry mule, one of their seasonal drinks. Everyone enjoyed the drinks (a couple rounds). For an appetizer we ordered the blackened chicken quesadilla. The flour tortilla was stuffed with blackened chicken, pico de gallo and plenty of cheese. Served with tons of toppings on the plate, black beans, rice, salsa and sour cream 4/5.
For the entrees we ordered a couple blackened shrimp and chicken Cobb salads. Fresh salad with blackened shrimp and chicken, sliced egg, onions, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, applewood smoked bacon bits and a side of crumbled bleu cheese. For the dressings they ordered bleu cheese and ranch.
The Touchdown burger: Half pound burger seasoned well with Swiss and cheddar cheeses, bacon, egg, lettuce, tomato, pickles, a heap of fried onion tanglers, and house-made special sauce on a toasted brioche bun.
And lastly, couple orders of the zingers (Millers classic chicken strips done right) with plenty of dipping sauces, honey barbecue and sweet Thai chili. The zingers also have celery garnish on the plate which we always order a couple sides of with ranch and blue cheese dressings. Everyone loved their food 5/5.
After waters all around we decided to get a dessert...the Nutter Butter ice cream cake! My favorite at Millers Alehouse. Nutter Butter cookies, fudge and vanilla ice cream, topped with chocolate and peanut butter sauces. Let me tell you there was not a drop of ice cream or sauce left on that plate!! 5+++/5 Try not to drool over the pic of this amazing dessert!