Located across the street from the historic Nathan Cooper Grist Mill, the Old Mill Tavern has been a local fixture for more than 1oo years. Built in the 1800's, the property originally housed a post office and general store that served the denizens of the, then named, town of Milltown.
The building burned down in 1918 and was rebuilt where it was eventually repurposed as a restaurant owned by local Hank Skinner in 1972. The restaurant has since changed hands over the last fifty years and is currently owned by John and Virginia Butkus who bought the buisness in 2016.
Patch things up
The Old Mill Tavern is proud and honored to display symbols of those that serve and protect our communities. We now boast a collection of over 100 patches from all over the country. If you or someone you know would like to donate a patch to our collection, it would be our pleasure to display it.
Remember, all veterens, police, fire, and emergency members recieve a 10% discount every day at The Old Mill Tavern. Simply let your server know