Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon to Mill Creek Tavern in Bayville. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a prix fixe dinner for two, available between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (a $43.90 value). Each prix fixe dinner includes:
- One of six first courses
- One of 13 entrees
- One of three desserts
- For $20, you get $50 worth of American cuisine.
Mill Creek Tavern's expansive menu specializes in both conceptual and classical American cuisine. Couples can hop off their extralong, double-saddled horse and snuggle into one of the dining room's cozy booths, where the evening prix fixe affords them appetizer choices such as white-wine mussels, buffalo-chicken spring rolls, or an iceberg-wedge salad topped with warm bacon. Afterward, couples share forkfuls of entrees, including pecan-crusted tilapia or house-made chicken potpie burbling with a fresh sage béchamel sauce. The feast culminates with choices from a trio of succulent desserts, in which chocolate layer cake, new york cheesecake, and a spiced warm apple crisp all outfit dental dandies in sugary poet shirts.
The regular dinner menu satiates stomachs and senses with both daring and dependable meals, from escargot ($9.95) daubed with fresh-herb garlic butter to barbecue baby back ribs ($22.95), featuring a hickory sauce diners can lick from their fingers or wipe over a bad date's car seat. Reams of fresh fish complement a hearty chophouse selection including a 22-ounce bone-in rib eye ($32.95) and a rack of lamb ($28.95).
Mill Creek Tavern
Mill Creek Tavern’s nautically themed dining room excites the eyes with model ships, wood crackling in a stone fireplace, and the restaurant’s logo of crossed canoe paddles. Meanwhile, the aroma of freshly caught seafood and juicy steaks on the grill signals the feast to come, much like the smell of cigar smoke signals a spritz of Winston Churchill cologne. A part of the Mim’s family of restaurants, Mill Creek Tavern has been a Bayville staple for more than a quarter century. One of the tavern’s owners is always onsite holding the entrees to a consistently lofty standard, inspiring a rave review from Joanne Starkey of The New York Times, who recommended “the fall-from-the-bones-tender baby-back ribs, a perfectly grilled fillet of lemon sole, and a rousing rendition of chicken scarpariello with meat on the bone and lots of garlic, sausage, and potatoes.”
275 Bayville Ave.
Bayville, New York 11709Get Directions