The Mill at 2T is a unique restaurant and event space in a quaint 1,000-square-foot dining area. The restaurant sits inside a converted historic textile mill that is complete with hardwood floors, exposed beams and an open-kitchen floor plan. The Mill is open solely for dinner Wednesday through Saturday and offers a themed dinner every Monday night. Owners Ryan and Kelleanne Jones are at every dinner service, mingling with guests and offering drink recommendations.
The Mill's menu changes on a seasonal basis, with the kitchen utilizing whatever ingredients are currently at peak freshness. The cuisine is primarily American fusion cuisine, taking inspiration from all corners of the U.S., with a few creations inspired by Europe and South America. The most popular dish is the Long Island duck breast with a duck confit risotto, marinated oyster mushrooms, charred cauliflower and pistachio gremolata.
The dining experience was all good, food, atmosphere and service were above average. They went out of their way for a birthday celebration ..was so nice. I would definitely return.
I love this restaurant! The server started our evening by bringing warm popovers to enjoy with our wine. They were light, airy and fantastic. I was so excited to see Foie Gras on the starter menu the night we went. It was mouthwatering. I continued with the theme having the duck breast entrée. It was cooked a perfect medium rare, just as I requested. My family had the lobster roll starter along with the scallop and steak entrées. Both said they would return for the same meal. For dessert the doughnuts are a must have. The best surprise from my last visit was the increase in portion size. I will definitely be returning after the renovation.
We had heard about the restaurant and finally was able to plan ahead enough to get a table. People here say that the restaurant is small. I am from Philadelphia, where BYOB restaurants are stuffed into the bottom floor of a row house, so this restaurant did not seem small to me. The word cozy and romantic comes to mind. The food was delish - the pork belly appetizer was great and the pirinha (spelling?) steak was scrumptious. Have a date? Here's your spot!
Everyone enjoyed their meals and
appetizers. Only complaint...food was
served lukewarm. Popovers were also
cold. Have had the donuts for dessert be-
fore and they were amazing. This time they
were big, greasy and cold!!! Very dis-
Enjoyable evening with great food, nice atmosphere!
Salmon dish - excellent
White fish (ciobi) - decent
Steak for two - top notch!
absolutely fabulous experience all around. Staff was just wonderful. Friendly and just so much fun to watch. We sat at the bar where you can see the food preparation and were just amazed at the professionalism of the chefs. The food was delicious and well prepared. I have already been telling people they have got to try this place!!
I was intrigued by the restaurant menu the first time I saw it some years back, but never made my way there till last year. So far the food has not disappointed on each visit. The servers are all solicitous, and the atmosphere is wonderful. It's a small place so reservations are always recommended. Only downside is the fact that there's no barrier for the cold air coming in whenever the door is opened. If you're too close to the door (which isn't hard with the size of the place) you're wearing your coat the entire time. I'm hoping that's improved with the upcoming renovations. Other than that, looking forward to my next visit.
This was our third visit to Mill at 2T and once again, everything was perfect!
Temperature control was not very good. It was a very cold outside the night we went. When the heaters were on it was comfortable but in between it got uncomfortably cold.
The food was awesome. Our service was horrible. A young inexperienced waitress almost ruined the whole experience. She actually poured an expensive champaign into our wine glasses, had no idea about the menu, and rolled her eyes at my wife's special request. Other than that, the food is great.
Perfect belated valentines dinner. We chose the 5 course tasting paired with wines. We just sat back and waited for the dishes to arrive. Each was better than the last.
The experience of a recent visit was very disappointing. While the food at 2 T is excellent, we were left waiting for over an hour until our entrees arrived. The explanation was that one of the orders was misplaced. While wine and dessert were offered at no charge, the frustration of being forgotten destroyed the enjoyment. After the entrees arrived, it was also apparent that the one order which was prepared had been sitting while the other was finished. Finally we ate and dessert plates were presented When the dessert didn't appear, we asked for the check. It arrived promptly along with a hastily prepared dessert.
Attention in the open kitchen to customers other than those at the counter may be in order.
I have heard many nice compliments about Mill2T, and being a frequent visitor to the Max restaurants, Apricots, MillWrights, Mill@T did not disappoint. The creativity in the menu choices, presentation of the dishes, and overall quality of the food was outstanding.
One of my new "favorite" go to spots!
Overall some dishes were delightful (scallop, veal cheek, short ribs) but overcooked octopus and cold mashed potatoes with the consistence of a biscuit, really? This could be a very good restaurant with better attention to detail .
2T falls into the category of an other upscale restaurant that just feels compelled to incorporate as may ingredients as possible into their dishes. If you believe the art of cooking looks to enhance the flavor and/or consistence of food (complement, contrast, etc.) this may not be your choice for dining. Just too complex a mix of ingredients without a clear outcome. Albeit, this is a personal choice.
Selected Mill at 2T for a key customer dinner and made the perfect choice. Wonderful meal, great service, and accomodating and friendly staff. We look forward to returning again and again.