If you’re looking for a fun sports-pub style restaurant, for a great value, check out Miller’s Ale House menu prices, it will be just what you need. Classic bar fare and cold drinks are a sure thing when you visit one of their many locations to watch a game or hang with friends.
Miller’s Ale House serves appetizers, entrees, wings, and desserts in a casual and fun atmosphere.
If you’re thinking about checking out a Miller’s Ale House near you, below is a guide to their menu and some items we think you’d want to try.
Zinger & Wings
|Jumbo Wings||10 Pc.||$10.99|
|Jumbo Wings||20 Pc.||$18.99|
|Zingers Mountain Melt||$11.99|
|Zingers & Wing Sauces||$9.49|
|Ale House Loaded Fries||$8.79|
|Smoked Fish Dip||$7.99|
|Blackened Chicken Quesadilla||$9.99|
|French Onion Soup||$5.29|
|Asian Chicken Salad||$9.49|
|Blackened Shrimp & Chicken Cobb||$10.49|
|Southwest Bistro Steak||$10.99|
|Blackened Chicken Key Lime||$9.99|
|Build Your Own Burger||$9.79|
|Gardein Vegetarian Black Bean Burger||$8.99|
|Build Your Own Chicken Sandwich||$9.79|
|Prime Rib French Dip||$10.99|
|Philly Cheese Steak||$9.29|
Note: these items may vary from day to day.
|Soup Of The Day||$5.29|
|Vegetable Of The Day||$0.95|
|Blackened Chicken Sandwich||$8.29|
|7 oz. Flat Iron & Coconut Shrimp||7 oz||$15.95|
|Baby Back Ribs||Half Rack||$10.99|
|Baby Back Ribs||Full Rack||$18.99|
|Flat Iron with Boom Boom Shrimp||7 oz.||$15.99|
|Twin Lobster Tails||$19.99|
|Fish or Shrimp Tacos||$10.95|
|English Style Fish & Chips||$10.99|
|Grilled Wild Alaskan Salmon||$14.95|
|Cajun Chicken Pasta||$11.99|
|Loaded French Fries||$0.95|
|Side Caesar Salad||$0.95|
|Rice & Beans||$0.95|
|Sweet Potato Fries||$0.95|
|Loaded Baked Potato||$0.95|
|Side Tossed Salad||$0.95|
Just For Kids
|Spaghetti & Meatballs (With Garlic Bread)||$4.99|
|Fried Shrimp Platter||$4.99|
|Mac & Cheese||$4.99|
|Grilled Chicken Breast||$4.99|
|Capt. Jacks Buried Treasure||$5.95|
|Ale House Sundae||$3.99|
|Nutter Butter Ice Cream Cake||$5.95|
|Brownie Hot Fudge Sundae||$5.49|
Popular Menu Items
Whatever you may be in the mood for, Miller’s Ale House has you covered. Their menu selection is huge, ranging from burgers to pizzas and even fajitas – you’re sure to find whatever it is you’re looking for. And don’t forget about their cocktails and wine selection!
A Miller’s Ale House specialty are Zingers – fresh, hand-breaded chicken tenders that come dipped in one of several sauces. You can also get your Zingers grilled. Choices of sauces include: mild, medium, hot, Mt. St. Helens (spicy!), garlic, mango habanero, and honey lime sriracha. If you’re really hungry, you can get your Zingers over a mountain of fries with cheese melted on top.
There are plenty of appetizers to start with as well — spinach dips, fried calamari, potstickers and the like — before moving on to one of their half-pound burgers or an entree like baby-back ribs or grilled chicken.
Miller’s has plenty of salads as well, and they offer steak, seafood, and fish dishes.
Here are a few of Miller’s most popular menu items to try:
If you like buffalo-style wings, this is the sandwich you need. It’s a lightly fried chicken breast smothered in hot sauce with melted Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses, all between two brioche buns and served with fries. This is a signature sandwich that is a traditional Miller’s Ale House favorite.
There’s nothing better than a good jambalaya, and Miller’s does it right. They take shrimp, chicken, and sausage and throw in peppers, onions and tomatoes to create this classic creole dish.
Filet and Lobster
If you want to treat yourself to a little surf and turf, you can choose the filet mignon and lobster. It’s an eight ounce cut cooked to your liking with a cold-water lobster tail, served with the vegetable of the day and your choice of side.
Cheeseburger Flatbread Pizza
You can’t go wrong with a good pizza. The cheeseburger pizza is served on a crispy flatbread crust with Miller’s secret sauce, ground beef, Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses, diced tomatoes, and pickles.
Miller’s Ale House History
Jack and Claire Miller opened their first Ale House in Jupiter, Florida in 1988. They wanted a restaurant where you could feel free to “chill, cheer, chow down, or get charged up.”
They have since expanded and continue to do so at a conservative pace – their first priority is delivering a quality experience at each location!