RESTAURANT REVIEW: Miller's Ale House offers value, variety

Miller's Ale House
Nick Tomecek | Daily News
Published: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 11:36 AM.

DESTIN — When I was in college, the Ale House chain in my town was incredibly popular. It had been at least 10 years since I visited an Ale House, and was excited when I had the opportunity to dine at Miller’s Ale House in Destin.

I’d heard that Miller’s was pretty busy with a lengthy wait, so my friend and I dined there sometime between lunch and dinner with no wait.

The food

The menu is pretty large. In fact, our waitress said she’d give us some time to look through the restaurant’s “novel.”

My friend and I both wanted to try the jambalaya, but for variety’s sake I ordered the seafood macaroni and cheese.

Our food came quickly, and my pasta was piping hot. The macaroni and cheese part of the dish wasn’t too heavy, and there was plenty of shrimp and scallops throughout the dish. I ended up leaving some of the pasta on the plate just because I was saving room for dessert.

My friend’s jambalaya also was good and had plenty of sausage, chicken and shrimp over rice that was cooked with Cajun seasonings, red and green peppers, onions, scallions and tomatoes.

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