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ashbourne, United Kingdom
June 23, 2012
From journal The Windy City in June
January 20, 2007
From journal The Windy City in One Day!
by Diane P
March 30, 2001
This didn't strike me as the type of place to linger over coffee but for good omelets and friendly service, this is the spot.
Another Chicago eatery (though not for breakfast) is Millers Pub. I wish I could say that I liked it as well as Lou Mitchell's. Located on 134 Wabash Ave, Miller's is a very large pseudo-Irish pub (bought from Irish immigrants but owned and run by 3 Greek brothers). Decorated in dark wood with a large bar and high ceilings, the restaurant is a bit too spacious to have a "pub" feel.
Although not expensive, the food was mediocre. Our roast beef sandwiches were dry and it took quite awhile to get gravy to moisten them. We did not order their "world famous ribs". Maybe that's why we were less than thrilled.
Overall, I would not recommend Miller's Pub and would look for a more authentic Irish haunt.
From journal Do's & Don'ts in Chicago