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Tuthill House at the Mill
Ranked #3 of 11 Restaurants in Gardiner
Price range: $0 - $28
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Description: Specialties Featuring homemade, French-American cuisine in a historic 1788 Grist Mill; Tuthill House at the Mill Restaurant & Tavern's completely Homemade menu is inspired by French-American country cooking, featuring fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley. Enjoy local, French and Italian wines, as well as local spirits, house-infused vodkas and prohibition era inspired cocktails using spirits distilled right next door at Tuthilltown Spirits Craft Distillery! At the Tuthill House, we believe in dreaming big; we work tirelessly to turn your ornate vision into a beautiful celebration and memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you prefer an indoor or outdoor event, the Tuthill House offers awe-inspiring views of the Shawangunkill River and sounds of the flowing water to create a tranquil backdrop to your special day. History Tuthill House at the Mill is located in the National Historic Landmark,Tuthilltown Gristmill, built in 1788 by Selah Tuthill. In 2006 the renovation of the building began. It took over 4 years to open the doors of Tuthill House at the Mill, and additions and improvements to the business and property have been ongoing. In 2009, Tuthilltown Spirits Distillery was established just a stone's throw from the restaurant. Tuthill House at the Mill now specializes in creating spectacular cocktails utilizing the craft spirits produced right on the property.
Reviewed September 10, 2013

A "unique" dinner destination. Definitely have reservations on a busy night.
There was seating outside with a view of the waterfall/mill, but nobody was sitting out there when we had dinner. Probably better for lunch or brunch in the daylight.
Inside there is a small bar and a number of tables strewn around the milling apparatus.
While the food was fresh, the portions were small and not quite up to their price.
Service can get quite slow during the dinner rush on a busy night.
They have some house mixed drinks that are pretty strong.
I liked Mountain Brahaus and A Tavola (New Paltz) much better.
Once was enough - Don't think I will be back.

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Reviewed September 4, 2013

This is the kind of place everyone who likes to dine out should try at least once. I've only been here for lunch but I was very impressed with the ambiance offered by the location. Their outside dining offers an atmosphere of sights and sounds as the running water through the gristmill adds a wonderful touch. I've been very pleased with everything I've tasted here. Their take on a Spinach Salad is excellent and their standard Caesar Salad does come with an option to include anchovies. The Caprese Salad offered thick cuts of fresh tomatoes. On my visit the service was less than attentive but not horrible. The atmosphere is outstanding.

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Reviewed August 25, 2013 via mobile

By luck we found this place for dinner tonight. We sat outside and had dinner to the sound of rushing water. Food was very good and the staff very friendly. Can't wait to go back and bring our friends.

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Reviewed August 20, 2013

Picturesque setting- we ate on the covered porch with the sound of the water running through the gristmill as a backdrop....very nice! We had a late lunch...thoroughly enjoyed the artisanal cheese platter which was plenty for 2. Caprese salad was predictable and good, he had an eggplant dish that was excellent! Service was exemplary ( although no dessert menu was offered?) mentioned we were going across road for distillery tasting and waitress brought free coupon for 2 for the tasting. We asked if we could walk the grounds and the answer was an enthusiastic "yes!".

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Reviewed July 31, 2013

Steak, steak, steak!!! They have excellent steaks and nice portions ; We had the 20 oz ribeye and 14 oz sirloin (boneless). Perfectly seasoned. Service and setting was great too.

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