Henry Heinz once said that the secret to success is to “do a common thing uncommonly well.” Miller’s Ale House is a superb example of this idea in action. Starting in Florida, this sports bar has expanded well beyond its humble beginnings to include new locations in several states.
Miller’s Ale House is no longer just in Orlando. However, it continues to serve the community which gave it such a strong start. There are three Miller’s Ale House restaurants in the Orlando area: two of them lie off of the I-4, while one is right where Highway 192 meets the 429. This means they’re easily accessible from other areas in Orlando—including your vacation home, if you book with us!
A meal is only as good as the people you share it with; Miller’s great restaurants in Orlando makes sure its staff are kind, helpful, and sincere to ensure that they’re the sort of people you’d like to spend your meal with. The service hits a special sweet spot necessary for a good sports bar: hardworking and dedicated to making sure you have a great time, while still maintaining the casual atmosphere that makes the restaurant such a popular hangout spot for repeat customers.
Miller’s wants to make sure its customers are entertained. To this end, multiple TVs are visible no matter where you sit—including on the patio, in some locations. Any current sport you might be interested in is likely to be airing. Whether you’re on vacation from Minnesota or Toronto and missing the hockey matches, or visiting from Oregon and missing the college football civil war, the biggest matches are up for viewing here with a drink and some friends. The constant suspense of soccer, the fast-paced thrill of boxing, or the tense focus of a golf swing—whatever sport grabs you, it’s probably on a TV screen at Miller’s.
They don’t call it an “Ale House” just because it sounds good! Miller’s boasts over 75 drinks. They have craft beers, imports, and even cider on tap. A selection of wines can complement whatever kind of night you’re going for, and a selection of malt beverages can satisfy your thirst and your sweet tooth at the same time. Plus, weekdays offer happy hours after 10 p.m.!
Miller’s Ale House features classic sports bar fare. Calamari, chicken fingers, and nachos make for popular appetizers, usually costing between $8 and $10. Entrees can run from $10 to $20, depending on what you’re in the mood for—Miller’s offers a wide range of items, including steaks, seafood, burgers, pasta, sandwiches, and salads.
Long story short, Miller’s is the top restaurant in Orlando, Florida to visit if you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere. Other great places to consider include: