The Milling Room

Row 1

Details
446 Columbus Ave (at W 81st St)
New York, NY 10024
(212) 595-0380
American, Gastropub
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Hidden gem on Upper West Side with American/Mediterranean cuisine. Chicken, risotto, and codfish all delicious. Beautiful high ceilings and old fashioned decor.
  • Good small plates and drinks at the bar
  • Loved: white asparagus and mushrooms and the Atlantic day catch cob over clam chowder. Great cocktails, too.
  • Love the decor here! The bar area is the perfect spot to grab a drink.
  • Teuer! Einfach Mega Teuer. Ist es gerechtfertigt, well, das Essen ist echt gut. Nur isses 175 Wert fr 2? Ohne groen Schnick-Schnack?! Und Super Kalt war es auch, Kennt man ja...
  • American food with great seasonal options. Excellent service, good portions, and nice ambiance. This place is dope!
  • Beautiful atmosphere, what a stunning space! The decor is cozy yet upscale with high ceiling and skylight! The service was excellent and the food just as delicious
  • Comida exquisita, servicio y bebidas
  • Very nice ambient.
  • Nice bar and great dinning room. Food is delicious.
  • fantastic happy hour. nice bartenders. my place of record.
  • The food here is excellent, especially the salmon. The dining room is dimly lit making the menus a challenge to read but that's ok because everything else about this place is great.
  • Truffle Risotto and Octupus
  • Fantastic ambiance; high ceilings and airy feel. Squid ink pasta has a good spicy taste and codfish is delicious
  • Grilled octopus is a must.
  • the food is really excellent. I especially loved the asparagus appetizer. the room is spacious, stylish, and comfortable. I'd definitely come back
  • fairly standard American fare, but good flavors and cooked well. Definitely complement your meal with apps; go for octopus and hamachi crudo, great mix of hot and cold to warm up your meal
  • Very good codfish!
  • The chicken and skirt steak are both delicious. Start with the escarole salad - crisp and tangy and refreshing.
  • You know what goes really great with roast duck breast? A tasty bottle of Barolo you bought at the store around the corner--just make sure you come on a Tuesday, when it's no corkage fee night.

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