Mill's Tavern Restaurant

New American, American
$ $ $ $
101 N Main St
Providence, RI 02903
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
4:00pm - 9:00pm



  • Amazing cocktails. Specifically Blueberry Pama Cosmo Martini. Dank.
  • Happy hour raw bar! 1$ oysters 1$ shrimp cockail .65 cent littlenecks
  • The black truffle ricotta gnocchi with rabbit is quite tasty. It's much lighter than it sounds.
  • Celebrated special occasion and these guys knocked it out of the park...$29.95 autumn pre-fixe menu is a bargain - highly recommend!
  • Great service. Great menu. Great wine list.
  • Amazing place. Have gone several times and they never disappoint. Their calzones are my favorite
  • Pretty much everything is done well. Had amazing $1 oyster special at the bar. This time had skate wing entree and it was fantastic. If you've never had it, give it a try. Often have their duck.
  • You can never go wrong with the duck. The preparations and accompaniments change seasonally, but it's always great!
  • I would definitely recommend the seasonal sorbet sampler. It's made in house; and it's sure to please!
  • Amazing food, extremely consistent and high quality.
  • So good. Multiple menus yearly (seasonal). Spring menu recommendations: Start w/local oysters, move to the cucumber soup (cold, with a kick of spice), and proceed to the halibut. Enjoy!
  • Beet ravioli
  • The rabbit stew is amazing! This place has a great atmosphere.
  • Unbelievable dinner. Sous Chef Edward Bolus is a genius. Anything he grills is magical
  • If you're a fellow vegetarian, AVOID.
  • Great restaurant. Lovely interior. $1 oysters mid week from 4-7? Nice glass of wine
  • You really get your money's worth; portions are huge. Baby spinach salad is delicious, along with the cheese bread that comes with it!
  • Only had one vegetarian dish, besides sides. Everything looked and smelled fantastic. Good wine and beer, scotch... $17 - $50+/plate.

Nearby places

121 N Main St (at Meeting St)
3 Davol Square (at Point Street)