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We had brunch here. I had Devil’s Mess, which was delicious. Coffee was good, and quickly refilled. The waitress was a bit rough though, “sorry, we don’t take peppers out, and steak is always medium cooked here.” Very reasonably priced.
The good news is the food is good and the service is friendly. Prices fit the place also. This place is small and expect to wait for a table. I really don't see the big appeal. What I wanted to do is clean this place....More
Millie's has the heart and soul of a diner. I came in shortly after opening, to a bustling kitchen and restaurant. The two cooks are right up front, and as a solo traveler, I was sat at the bar. The staff and customers were so...More
Millie's Diner is a super cute restaurant that serves anything but typical diner fare. I ate there with girlfriends prior to a show. Everyone was pleased. Our server did a great job. Several of us had the scallops and all enjoyed them. We also had...More
I am extremely happy I opted to get a to-go order as when I arrived at Millie’s there were a few groups of people standing outside. The restaurant is super small with a very small kitchen right by the door. The owner greets you and...More
We always go to Millie's when in Richmond. Waits are usually long for Sat and Sunday brunch, so we make it a point to go during the week. Sometimes we sit in the front and get to watch the cooks do their job - always...More
Quaint stop for a late lunch (orders stop at 2pm). Great BLT, large huevos rancheros, tasty veggie wrap and juicy cheeseburger were enjoyed by all. The place is worth the trip: a mix between 60s diner with jukebox and small wooden building which might have...More
the restaurant is on a crowded corner without much parking, but down one block toward the river, there is plenty of street parking. We found a spot on the street that runs parallel (don't remember the name, sorry) but is on... More
the restaurant is on a crowded corner without much parking, but down one block toward the river, there is plenty of street parking. We found a spot on the street that runs parallel (don't remember the name, sorry) but is on a hill, so if you have someone that is disabled in your party, you should drop them off first.
Response from Millies8 | Property representative |
We do not carry any beer on tap for space reasons (we are very small) but we do have local brews from Hardywood and Legend breweries...but they are available in bottles only. Hope to see you soon! cheers
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