Our Supper Club of 8 people met for dinner at Milton's. Milton's is a Civil War era farmhouse and associated buildings made into an upscale restaurant. Our Supper Club was given a private room, which was great for our group. Our server, Alli, was congenial and definitely added to the enjoyment of the evening. We started with specialty drinks... I had a delicious watermelon Manhattan and my husband had a great margarita. Salads were separate, and a few people ordered them and said they were fresh and good. We had a variety of entrees. I had fabulous shrimp and grits... More shrimp than I could comfortably eat (but I managed). Others had the trout, chicken breast, pasta dish and specialty meatloaf. Everyone said their dinners were absolutely delicious. Some of us had desserts: I had the signature carrot cake (easily the best I've tasted) and another person had the berry cobbler, which he said was wonderful. My husband and my bill: $93 (before tip) for two specialty drinks, two entrees, two glasses of wine, and a shared piece of carrot cake -- which I didn't think was bad considering the ambience of the restaurant, excellent service and outstanding quality of food. We all agreed we'll go back.
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