Thought the menu was very good, competitive prices, large portions. Everyone I was with was pleased with their meal, that's all you can ask.
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This was our second visit to Millers Dockside. Last year I had fish and chips which were excellent and well priced. This year I opted for Tuna Taco's. they offer Two sizes I opted for the large size which had 22 pcs. Of rare blue fin tuna with homemade taco's. My wife had local grouper fish and chips which used... More
Stopped by for a quick lunch waterside. Asian salad had spaghetti, not Asian noodles. Special "hero" sandwich was a pita wrap of some kind. Not sure what the chef had in mind. Service was good. Prices were high for what you received in quantity or quality. Probably won't be back. More interesting lunch places were in town to try next... More
We had lunch at Miller's yesterday and thought the food was excellent. We went at noon, but lucked out and got seated right away. By the time we left, it was crowded. The grouper sandwich was terrific, and the coconut shrimp (special of the day) amazing. The sweet potato fries were the best I have ever had. Service was good.... More
A nice selection of the usual lunch offerings to choose from, but the grouper wrap special got unanimous support at our table. The drinks arrived promptly, including a nicely presented Bloody Mary, and the delicious wraps weren't far behind. A very pleasant atmosphere, with boat-watching filling in for occasional gaps in conversation.
We had THE best burger I have had in a long time while sitting outside and enjoying the lovely breeze. The wait staff was very friendly too!
It was pretty good, but expensive - kinda expect that at a marina restaurant. We had two 9 inch pizzas (one of which was a kids meal) and a pastrami sandwich and spent $45 with tip. Service was good. The Marina staff was excellent.
The outdoor dining is good- if not seated too close to the moored boats which gave off a gasoline smell. The fish salads were good. The filet mignon was a great piece of beef ruined by a subpar sauce.
Must be an authentic grouper, not a fake. Great staff, yummy fries. Salads delectable. Everything is great here. Fun people watching after eating, fun gift shop.
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