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miss millie's

Miss Millie's Creative American Cuisine is a wonderful Noe neighborhood secret tucked away at the top of 24th street (between Castro and Diamond). Better known for their breakfast and brunch faire, we discovered this evening that Miss Millie's also boasts a fantastically well rounded dinner menu: about 10 creative salads and over a dozen delicious entrees (some veggie-friendly!), with a tasty looking wine menu and lots of non-alcoholic alternatives. Homemade breads and biscuits were trotted out to start. For my entree I tucked into a dreamy plate of garlicky Linguine and Manila Clams while Tad sampled a beautiful heirloom tomato salad, followed by the ultimate comfort food: a homey plate of mac and cheese. We were too stuffed for dessert (although everything off the dessert menu sounded incredible). The decor was homey and tasteful, but classy: all in all one of the nicest meals I have had in a long time - and at $38 total it was a great bargain! I think we found a new family haunt.

PS - Three words: Fresh raspberry lemonade. Three more: Minty Meyer lemonade. Yum!

Posted by rebecca on September 12, 2003 | TrackBack
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Oooh - we peered at that on many a hike to BJ Droubi... been wanting to try it! Now we'll have to go with the Leckmans sometime... 8)

Posted by: meriko on September 13, 2003 7:47 AM

I've always wanted to try that place, but they stop serving brunch at 1pm... when i'm starting to get hungry!

Posted by: heather on September 13, 2003 4:41 PM

mmmm. i love it there. they have wonderful brunches...

and the back patio is delightful!

Posted by: mo on September 13, 2003 6:26 PM
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