Dinner at the Old Grist Mill

Friday night Laurie, Maddie and I went to our favorite restaurant: The Old Grist Mill. If you are ever in the area, I highly recommend this place. First off, the staff is top notch. The waitresses are professional, courteous and know their shit. Never have to ask for a refill, or even more bread. It just magicly appears. The food, holy shit it is good. Whomever the chef is, the Old Grist Mill is lucky to have landed him. And yes, I say him because I have seen him walking through the restaurant. The menu is different everytime we go. Of course they have their staples, but the specials are where it is at.

We decided to eat outside because we wanted to be next to the water and Maddie is an endless ball of energy better to kept outside. We were also treated to a dive show of kids jumping off a bridge which kept Maddie entertained. All around good time.

I really like this water!

 

On the bridge in the background you can see the kids jumping off the bridge. Maddie was cheering them on. One girl was timid to jump and Maddie was chanting “chicken”.

Strike a pose with water.

 

Jump! Jump! Jump!

 

Glad I ordered the small. It was awesome.

 

Recommended by the waitress. She got a nice tip.

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6 Comments on “Dinner at the Old Grist Mill”

  1. dadshouse says:

    Oh, that beer looks tastey. And the bridge jump sounds totally fun. Glad you had a good time.

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    • O'Shea Shenanigans says:

      The beer was very good, first time I ever had it. The bridge jump looked fun too, but I wouldn’t do it.

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  2. bluesuit12 says:

    The food looks really really good. I went to a restaurant the other day but it wasn’t as good as where you went. Matter of fact it kind of sucked. Nice pics by the way.

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  3. Cat's Meow says:

    No updates since June 8th?!?!?! You are slacking!!!!!

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  4. […] by O'Shea Shenanigans on July 1, 2010 On Friday we went to the Old Grist Mill again. I know we were just there and you are probably thinking to yourself “How much do the […]

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