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

Published: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 11:36 AM.

My friend said at her college Ale House her group usually ordered beer and Capt’n Jack’s Buried Treasure. We ordered the Buried Treasure to share, and couldn’t finish it. It’s a mammoth slice of ice cream cake with an Oreo crust, caramel and Heath Bar crunch swimming in a sea of hot fudge and topped with whipped cream and a cherry.

This cake was amazing. It is the reason I will return to Miller’s Ale House. The richness of the Oreos, toffee bits and hot fudge combined with the texture of the crunch of the toffee and creaminess of the hot fudge send this dessert over the edge. And, at $4.99 it was well worth its price.

Miller’s Ale House also serves Zingers, which are a very popular menu item. These are boneless chicken wings. What makes Zingers special is Ale House takes them a step further by offering a variety of toppings.

They have the Zinger Mountain Melt, which is the medium garlic wings piled over fries and topped with melted jack and cheddar cheese, bacon bits and scallions. Another choice is Zingers Florentine which are the wings tossed in a garlic parmesan sauce and topped with spinach dip, Monterrey jack and parmesan cheese and diced tomatoes.

They also have quesadillas, nachos, burgers, salads and sandwiches and seafood.

Because it’s an ale house, Miller’s also serves more than 75 varieties of beer. They also have a ton of drink specials every day.

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