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Takeout, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wine and Beer, Live Music
All reviews burnt ends cornbread ribs pulled pork fried green tomatoes blackened catfish prime rib fries combo platter smoked meat seafood salad old mill new orleans live music saturday night historic building
New to the area, we had read about this restaurant in a local magazine of places to visit. It had a picture of the “Burnt Ends” with fries that intrigued us.
We arrived for an early supper around 5pm on a Sunday. There was one...More
History and the Mississippi River combine once you arrive at the mill. Definitely one of the few well preserved buildings from the mid 1800s. BBQ and southern style cooking along with the blues and jazz bands compliment one another. Along with the art gallery and...More
Good food, friendly staff but a little pricey. Our order was dropped from the waitress I pad. So we waited over 45 minutes for our meal. They offered us one dessert to split between 4 people in our party. We laughed at that offer, so...More
We came away from our recent visit to Flatted Fifth very impressed.My wife and I were visiting the area last weekend and decided to stop in for dinner and blues act To Sick Charlie.The main dinning area was a nice size for live entertainment,it wasn't...More
Nice atmosphere. Can be a lengthy wait, even with reservations. Nice that they have live music on the weekends. Not really impressed with the food I’ve had so far. Prime rib was over cooked. Fish was as well. Should have played it safe and got...More
If you are anywhere within 100 mile radius of this restaurant, you must stop and visit. It is an old grain mill that was built in 1849 and is now converted into a restaurant. The decor is still an 1849 mill with comfortable seating and...More
We ended up in Bellevue, IA after our vacation plans were cancelled. We stayed at a lovely Airbnb and the owner suggested to go to Potters Mill. Food is great and they have Blues music. My husband lives the Blues so we went and we...More
Eclectic decor of the old Potters Mill gives privacy in cubby areas. Excellent menu, great preparation and presentation. Fantastic service, owners meet you at the door. We stop down annually and are always pleased. Tonight was fantastic fried chicken with salad and corn muffin (beware...More