#TBT stands for “Throwback Thursday” and it’s our newest weekly feature where we’ll be posting pieces of Toronto’s history.
This Thursday we explore a historical site serving up some landmark food. The Miller Tavern Yonge St. was originally known as the York Mills Hotel, and dates back to the 1860’s, where it was originally used as a resting spot for horses and carriages. Ownership changed hands and it became The Jolly Miller, named after the happy owner of the local mill.
Today, The Miller Tavern still plays host to casual diners looking to relax over a pint or two, and serves up some “serious seafood, superb steaks and sophisticated spirits”. An oyster bar, large outdoor patio and casual fine dining atmosphere make this a great venue to check out for the history, and the food.
www.themiller.ca | 388 Yonge St, Toronto
Posted by Jenelle Antolin
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