Everything from apps to desserts at Miller’s Ale House


Appetizers, soups, salads, flatbreads, burgers, sandwiches, fajitas, pasta, steaks and seafood are among the offerings. Leave room for one of the desserts, which include sundaes, apple crisp and Capt. Jack’s Buried Treasure — an ice cream, Oreo cookie crust, caramel, chocolate fudge and Heath Bar crunch concoction.


Wall-to-wall TVS with an occasional fish-thmed artwork in between to add a tropical flare. The bar is prominent. There are many booths and some high tops.


My daughter and I dug into the spinach dip ($8.99), served with warm tortilla chips and salsa. Gooey goodness to the last bite. I ordered a blackened chicken key lime salad ($9.99), a delightful mixture of greens, black bean and corn salsa, cheese, pico de gallo and tortilla strips. The salad was topped with tender pieces of chicken breast, then drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette and a key lime dressing making for a flavorful, filling dish. My daughter’s Philly Cheese Steak sandwich ($9.29) was stuffed with thin slices of tender steak, onions and cheese. She took half home to enjoy the next day.


The menu offers lots of choices, whether you’re in the mood for wings and munchies, or you want a steak dinner with all the trimmings. There are locations in Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens and Jensen Beach.


Our server was friendly and gave us plenty of time to look over the menu.


Not too noisy on a late Saturday night, with only a few tables occupied. I imagine the volume gets pumped up on big game days.


Take the kids. A menu just for them includes chicken tenders, hot dogs and mac and cheese. The $4.99 price includes a beverage and dessert.


126 Center St., Jupiter, 561-746-6720

Hours: M-Sat., 11 a.m.-2 a.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week.

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