Miller’s Ale House, simply known as Miller’s among its regular patrons, is a popular hangout for people who want to enjoy wonderful steaks, burgers and seafood in a casual restaurant setting. The restaurant chain also offers a wide selection of alcoholic beverages from beers to wines. The restaurants are, after all, contemporary ale houses!
Keep in mind that the Miller’s Ale House prices are slightly higher than your local pub and restaurant. But when the matter of the excellent services, great food and drinks selection, and warm ambiance are considered, the extra dollar is well worth it.
Below are the latest Miller’s Ale House menu prices.
ZINGERS® & WINGS
A Miller's Ale House original for 30 years: our fresh, never frozen, buttermilk-drenched, hand-breaded, boneless chicken tenders.
|ZINGERS MOUNTAIN MELT™||$16.03|
|ZINGERS MELT®- Fried||$13.03|
|ZINGERS MELT®- Blackened||$13.03|
|FRESH CHICKEN WINGS- 10 WINGS||$14.03|
|FRESH CHICKEN WINGS- 20 WINGS||$22.68|
STARTING LINE UP
|POTSTICKERS- PAN FRIED||$11.03|
|SOUTHWESTERN CHICKEN EGG ROLLS||$10.99|
|FULLY LOADED CHEESE FRIES||$12.03|
|WARM BAVARIAN PRETZEL||$10.03|
|SMOKED FISH DIP||$8.96|
|CREAMY SPINACH & ARTICHOKE DIP||$10.03|
|TEX-MEX CHICKEN NACHOS||$15.03|
ON THE GREENS
|BLACKENED CHICKEN BREAST SALAD||$13.04|
|APPLE CRANBERRY WALNUT SALAD||$11.03|
|BLACKENED SHRIMP & CHICKEN COBB SALAD||$13.05|
|ASIAN GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST SALAD||$12.07|
|SOUTHWEST SEARED FLAT IRON STEAK* SALAD||$14.03|
|FRENCH ONION SOUP||$6.98|
FROM THE GRILL
Grilled USDA steaks, topped with melted garlic butter, served with seasonal vegetable and one side.
|FLAT IRON STEAK*||$16.05|
|FLAT IRON WITH BOOM BOOM SHRIMP*||$20.08|
|CENTER CUT SIRLOIN*||$17.06|
FROM THE SEA
|NORTH ATLANTIC LOBSTER TAILS||$23.07|
|MAHI TACO TRIO||$15.01|
|ENGLISH PUB FISH & CHIPS||$15.03|
|35 FRIED SHRIMP||$15.97|
|BARBEQUE BABY BACK RIBS- HALF RACK||$15.01|
|BARBEQUE BABY BACK RIBS- FULL RACK||$22.06|
|FETTUCCINE CHICKEN ALFREDO||$16.03|
|PORK OSSO BUCO||$18.06|
|CAJUN CHICKEN PASTA||$15.02|
Served with seasoned fries.
|SLOW ROASTED PRIME RIB FRENCH DIP||$14.04|
|GRILLED CHICKEN BLT||$13.02|
Half pound, 100% ground beef sirloin, hand-formed patty, seasoned, grilled to order, toasted black and white sesame bun. Served with crisp seasoned French Fries.
|DOUBLE BACON CHEESEBURGER||$18.03|
|BLACK & BLUE BURGER||$13.01|
|‘CUE BACON CHEESEBURGER||$13.03|
|SAUTÉED MUSHROOM-ONION TURKEY BURGER||$12.03|
|GARDEIN® CHIPOTLE BLACK BEAN VEGGIE BURGER||$11.99|
Sautéed bell peppers and onions, Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses, pico de gallo, sour cream, shredded lettuce, warm flour tortillas.
|GRILLED MARINATED CHICKEN BREAST FAJITA||$15.03|
|GRILLED FLAT IRON STEAK FAJITA*||$16.03|
|VEGGIE & BLACK BEAN RICE FAJITA||$12.04|
|STEAK* & CHICKEN COMBO FAJITA||$18.04|
All Kids’ Meals (except Spaghetti and Meatballs) include a kids’ beverage (Soda, Tea or Lemonade) and a special Blue Bunny® dessert!
|GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST||$6.46|
|MAC & CHEESE||$6.46|
|FRIED SHRIMP PLATTER||$6.46|
|Rice & Beans||$2.49|
|Shareable French Fries||$4.99|
|Shareable Sweet Potato Fries||$4.99|
|Loaded Baked Potato||$2.86|
|Shareable Onion Rings||$4.99|
All desserts may contain nuts.
|CAPT. JACK’S BURIED TREASURE®||$8.01|
|GHIRARDELLI® CHOCOLATE BROWNIE SUNDAE||$7.01|
|WARM APPLE WALNUT COBBLER||$7.01|
|PULL N’ POP DONUTS™||$8.00|
TO GO BEVERAGES
|MINUTE MAID LEMONADE||$3.30|
|FUZE RASPBERRY TEA||$3.30|
The first Miller’s Ale House opened its doors to diners in Jupiter, Florida in 1988. The American restaurant chain has most of its restaurants in Florida but there are already restaurants in Illinois, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The company distinguishes its restaurants usually by naming each one after the neighborhood or town where it’s located, such as Miller’s Ale House – Levittown in New York.
As of January 2017, the Miller’s Ale House chain consisted of 54 restaurants in Florida and 24 locations in other states. The Nation’s Restaurant News stated in a report that the chain earns high revenues, such as the $125 million-plus revenues for 2002. Even the average restaurant in the chain grosses $1.4 million per year.
What They’re Famous For
The Miller’s Ale House chain is famous for its wide selection of alcoholic beverages to complement its food menu. The food items include juicy steaks, fresh vegetable salads, original pasta dishes, and signature sandwiches, as well as decadent homemade desserts.
Why Eat Here
When it comes to alcoholic beverages that achieves the perfect balance between flavors and price, the Miller’s Ale House chain is among the few that delivers on it. Each of the chain’s restaurant offers its own line-up of craft and seasonal beers as well as imported beers for most, if not all, of the restaurants. This means that diners have the opportunity to satisfy their palate for whatever beer they want to accompany their meals.
The choices are aplenty, too. The craft beers include Terrapin, American IPA, Samuel Adams Rebel IPA, India Pale Ale, Magic Hat Electric Peel, Fruit Beer, Fruit Wheat Beer, Goose Island IPA, and Blue Moon White IPA, among others. The seasonal beers are Shock Top, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Amber Lager, New Belgium Ranger, and Blue Point American IPA, to name a few.
The imported beers are sourced from Ireland (Guinness Irish Dry Stout), Belgium (Stella Artois Euro Pale Lager), Amsterdam (Heineken Euro Pale Lager), Mexico (Dos Equis Lager and Corona Light Lager), and England (Bass Ale). The wines also include several classics including Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, which can be purchased by the bottle and by the glass.
Suffice it to say that Miller’s Ale House locations are filled with patrons who enjoy their alcoholic beverages without letting it get to their heads, so to speak. Beer and wines, after all, are meant to be savored for their aromas, notes and flavors, especially with the right food pairings, instead of being used for other less-than-culinary purposes.
The food menu isn’t to be dismissed either. Diners have several options in steaks, salads and pastas, among others, so there’s always a dish and a dessert that can be paired with whatever beer and wine ordered. The trick is in making the right choices in food-and-drink pairing, such as apple pie and Chardonnay with the former’s rich taste complemented by the apple notes in the latter.
Of course, there are also bestselling items on the menu that demands to be savored including:
- Zingers, the hand-breaded chicken tenders served in a delicious sauce, bleu cheese or ranch dressing, and celery.
- Zinger Mountain Melt, the hand-breaded chicken tenders piled over French fries and topped with bacon, green onions, and melted Monterey Jack cheese with a choice of ranch or bleu cheese dressing.
- Zingers Grilled, the chicken tenders served with spicy sauce and celery for a lighter fare.
- Chicken wings, which are great with many of the craft, seasonal and imported beers especially when paired with one of the sauces including mild, medium, and hot as well as zesty garlic, honey, garlic, barbecue, honey mustard, and lemon pepper.
You don’t have to eat a full meal while at a Miller’s Ale House either. You can come in and order your choice of appetizers and an alcoholic beverage. You will love the casual atmosphere with students, professionals and businessmen as among the customers although there are also families with kids. The kid-friendly beverages include soda so the young ones can enjoy the food, too.
The Miller’s Ale House is also a great place for lunch and dinner, even as an after-work hangout because of the alcoholic beverage-centric food and drinks menu. The service is also friendly, fast and efficient, which means that waiting for your orders shouldn’t take long.
To learn more about Miller’s Ale House or to find a location near you, visit their website at millersalehouse.com.