The Mill Kitchen and Bar serves the home-cookin' your grandma used to make, but pairs it with the sweet, sweet booze your grandma used to make you stay away from. Get ready for comfort and craft cocktails in the historic Roswell Square's 120-seat farmhouse
Get the Southern cocktail party going with the Orange Blossom Special, a bright, mimosa-like concoction of Hangar One Mandarin Blossom vodka, pomegranate, St. Germain, and prosecco with an orange twist. Or opt for one of the 16 taps like SweetWater 420 and Terrapin Hopsecutioner, or, a handpicked selection of vino from domestic, small producers only
"I'll have The Tipsy Pig". Say it. Sounds cool, right? Well it also tastes cool: a Belle Meade bourbon-centric mixture with housemade bacon/brown sugar syrup, sweet vermouth, and aromatic & black walnut bitters with a bacon skewer swizzle
These locally sourced wild boar meatballs are actually fairly interesting, floating in a sea of smoky tomato sauce and covered in Parm. Entrees like Georgia shrimp & Logan Turnpike grits, and pimento cheese fritters, also show the local love
And this braised short rib (with heirloom baby carrots) has been slow-cooked sauna-style in Tupelo honey so long, it's basically falling apart -- much like your granny would do if she saw you drinking, so maybe don't bring her to this place with you.
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