The Mill is a great local bar with good food (especially considering their limited resources), a great beer selection, and fantastic local and regional music, that covers a huge variety of genres. The staff is fast and friendly, but also ALWAYS fair. They will know your drink of choice from the first time you walk through the door, and will have it ready for you, before you can even get to the bar (EVERY time).......but they also will not hesitate to kick you out, if you should happen to turn into that drunk A-hole that deserves it...regardless of who you are. Rest assured however, you can walk back through the door the very next day and the bartender will have your drink ready for you...even if it's the same bartender that kicked your drunk behind out, the night before.
Never had a bad time at the Mill, agree totally with CEdge. If a bartender anywhere is mad at someone, it's usually because they deserve it! Like the atmosphere of the Mill, it's what an actual BAR is supposed to be like!
The Mill RAWKS! It is def. one of the coolest places to hang in Charleston..the staff is on their toes and ready to serve...the have GREAT music...cool retro furniture... local art on the walls...and the food is actually purdy good...if you want to escape the douchbaggery of Charleston, and go somewhere cool, this is the place
You have to be out of your mind to even set foot in a disgusting smokehole like that. Zero stars.
one of the best bars in charleston, without a doubt. i love the hairy guy
When I go to the Mill, they have my drink ready for me before I even sit down. Thanks to Greg (aka Blackbeard) and the rest of the Mill staff for being so fantastic!
Some of the reviews I just read were so outrageous... Lets all grow up...Everyone gets served at the Mill with a smile and in a timely manner...Ol'Black beard or whatever childish nickname I read is my favorite bartender in Charleston. Love the Mill ...love Park Circle all round, pool tables, music...amazing art all over the place..an outdoor deck! You can smoke inside!!! I would like to put it out there...noones ever not been served for not being liked...but if your an ASSHOLE..no assumptions...then maybe I can see why they might not, but thats anybar anywhere! lmao I recommend that bar to everyone and get thanked constantly for the great heads up!! Come in and maybe I'll get you a shot...thats how it is there shots for everyone..have a good time... can't wait..trivia night tonight...I'll change your mind...
I love the kind of bar that is equipped with the type of staff that have your drink ready for you before you even sit down. I love a bar with a bitchin' juke-box. I love a bar with huge , tasty nachos. I love a bar that has more than dudes wearing the 'Charleston Uniform' behind it. All these reasons are why I love The Mill. Oh, and Greg, of course. The Mill has Greg and that, too is why I love the Mill!
The Mill is by far the best bar in North Charleston, no make that the entire Charleston area. The art, the music, the food, the events and of course the beer...no bar does it better. Don't listen to some of the idiotic comments posted, I've never met better bartenders. The bartender commented on the most respectable barkeep I've ever come across. You should be so lucky be served by him. Give respect to get respect.
I never had any problems at The Mill... staff has always been friendly. Never had a bad time there and the food was good.
I have seen some of the people the bartenders get mad at and they deserve it; and this is not tied to any particular bar.
I ordered some nachos from there and dudes hair was in it.I was half way threw before I noticed.I was devastated.I told ole Blackbeard but he didn't seem to care and offered no money back.That guy is a jerk.
The bartender with the dreads is like the 'Soup Nazi' on the old Seinfeld show.He is frustrated because he is a life time bartender and the only power he has is to determine who to serve and who not to serve in a rat hole bar.
Stealing chairs? Please, do tell . . .
You sound kind of whiny. Nobody is actually complaining enough to warrant your diatribe.
Here is my comment on the restaurant: I have not gone in, as I thought it was closed for business. I couldn't figure out why all those people were inside, eating and laughing, yet the police were doing nothing.
Maybe I will go now . . .
. . .if only it weren't so ridiculously expensive. Ha haa! See how cleverly I lulled you into a false sense of security?
Why can't people understand that this is a craft beer bar? If you are just looking for a vodka tonic for $2.50, go to O'Malley's. If you want a $2 PBR, go to AC's. If you want to know about delicious craft beers and sample one of the best rotating draught selections in town, go to Closed for Business. They have beers that you can't get anywhere else in town, and some you can't get south of NYC. Why do you think PBR costs more there? Obviously they are trying to get you to open your mind and try something different. The fact that they have PBR and Bud Light on the menu at all is surprising, and means that even though they don't want to sell it, they still carry it for you people who can't appreciate what they are trying to do. Also, something else you people who don't know anything about beer probably don't realize is, yes you are paying $5.50 for a pint of beer...but most of it is high gravity. You are getting more for your buck than you think.
I really don't understand all the hating, if you don't like good beer just GO SOMEWHERE ELSE and quit bitching about it. Geez.
This place sucks now. The incompetent management fired all of the bartenders. Management is a joke. They should have spent more time trying to keep their staff and less time stealing chairs.
Once again, Poe's rocks! I'm just posting again to get that effin dive Montreaux off of the CP home page! What a piece of work!!
the best place at the beach.
Great beer selection! Great food! Wonderful atmosphere!
decent food, Priced ok I guess. not a good atmosphere. The manager Lisa appeared to have no clue what was going on and the cook Mitch is kind of a jerk.
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