Walking up to The Old Mill, over the river, for dinner, expect to be hosted by Terry Moore who has been running the mill for over forty years now. The dishes served here are both traditional and…
The Old Mill
Walking up to The Old Mill, over the river, for dinner, expect to be hosted by Terry Moore who has been running the mill for over forty years now. The dishes served here are both traditional and exotic with a dash of creativity to liven the meal. The diner is kept neat and the wide wooden planks that make up the interior decor give it a cozy ambiance. They also serve home-made desserts which are much loved by their long-time customers from the world over. If you plan to visit, keep in mind that they don’t make reservations unless you’re dining as a large group.
The trout seems to be popular among diners and not forgetting the large steak. Dessert lovers will have a long menu to pick from. It is also interesting to find out that the host checks with you for food allergies and adjusts the contents of your order accordingly. The bar menu is also another highlight of The Old Mill. This place is usually crammed up with local weekenders so do choose your timings carefully if you don’t like to wait. Do try their martinis too for the full experience.
Before you show up at The Old Mill, do visit most of the Great Barrington and perhaps stop at Catamount Ski area (only if you’re visiting in the winter.) It’s just 1.3 miles from The Old Mill which is close enough to come in for dinner afterward whilst chatting away about the day’s events. Triplex Cinema lies about 3.6 miles from The Old Mill and is a good recommendation if you’re a movie buff. For a quick pickup of antiques, ski-wear and other outerwear, you can browse through Kenver LTD. for hours whilst waiting for dinnertime. They are located within a walking distance of The Old Mill.