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Pete Miller's Seafood & Prime Steak
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"If sapphires could sing I imagine they would have a similar sound"--Neil Tesser, Grammy winner, 2014"Gordon's range and scatting skills are in a higher echelon of musicianship"--Jenifer Odell, Downbeat Magazine



Kimberly's sound reflects the old school style of delivering standards. She is deeply rooted in the ways of the masters always true to the melody as written; this separates her from the rest.

From Duo to big band see Kimberly this weekend at Pete Miller's
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"Kimberly Gordon is the real deal. The ultimate swing-lovers singer!"--Kurt Elling

"If sapphires could sing I imagine they would have a similar sound"--Neil Tesser, Grammy winner, 2014"Gordon's range and scatting skills are in a higher echelon of musicianship"--Jenifer Odell, Downbeat Magazine



Kimberly's sound reflects the old school style of delivering standards. She is deeply rooted in the ways of the masters always true to the melody as written; this separates her from the rest.

From Duo to big band see Kimberly this weekend at Pete Miller's
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Enjoy a refreshing Moscow Mule a great summertime drink!
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We've been working on some refreshing tasty summer drinks! Take a tropical vacation tonight at Pete Miller's
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"Kimberly Gordon is the real deal. The ultimate swing-lovers singer!"--Kurt Elling

"If sapphires could sing I imagine they would have a similar sound"--Neil Tesser, Grammy winner, 2014"Gordon's range and scatting skills are in a higher echelon of musicianship"--Jenifer Odell, Downbeat Magazine



Kimberly's sound reflects the old school style of delivering standards. She is deeply rooted in the ways of the masters always true to the melody as written; this separates her from the rest.

From Duo to big band see Kimberly this weekend at Pete Miller's
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"Kimberly Gordon is the real deal. The ultimate swing-lovers singer!"--Kurt Elling

"If sapphires could sing I imagine they would have a similar sound"--Neil Tesser, Grammy winner, 2014"Gordon's range and scatting skills are in a higher echelon of musicianship"--Jenifer Odell, Downbeat Magazine



Kimberly's sound reflects the old school style of delivering standards. She is deeply rooted in the ways of the masters always true to the melody as written; this separates her from the rest.

From Duo to big band see Kimberly this weekend at Pete Miller's
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412 N Milwaukee Ave Wheeling, IL 60090
412 North Milwaukee AvenueUSIllinoisWheeling60090
(847) 243-3700petemillers.com
$$Seafood Restaurant, Cocktail Bar
Seafood Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Jazz Club
Steak House
Today 4:30–10PM
Monday 4:30–10PMTuesday 4:30–10PMWednesday 4:30–10PMThursday 4:30–10PMFriday 4:30PM–12AMSaturday 4:30PM–12AMSunday 4:30–9PM
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Pete Miller's has been serving the finest prime-aged steaks and fresh seafood and treating customers to the country's best live jazz since 1994. Pete Miller's is an ideal restaurant for a casual, quick bite, a corporate dinner meant to impress, or a luxurious, special occasion meal.

The Pete Miller's experience takes you through the grand days of post World War II as live swingin' jazz fills the air while you are pampered with exceptional service and feast on prime aged steaks, chicken, chops, fresh seafood and the world's best wines. The Bar Food portion of our menu features an award-winning burger voted Best in Chicago. Pete Miller's has two Chicago area restaurants to choose from in Evanston and Wheeling, each with its own unique charm and character.

Step inside Pete Miller’s restaurant in Evanston or Wheeling and hear some of world's most distinguished jazz artists play regularly. Stunning dining rooms offer your choice of cozy booth seating or generous table seating where you can have a quiet dinner or sit close to the stage and enjoy the music during dinner.

Pete Miller’s in Wheeling has a stunning Outdoor Patio. A 250-seat masterpiece of al fresco dining with a 50-seat granite bar, three giant fireplaces and surroundings of lush greenery making for a truly delightful and fun outdoor dining experience.

Pete Miller’s is well-known for hosting the absolute best private parties and events. Our facilities offer you a range of choices for a small business or family gathering to a grand, no-holds-barred celebration. We have a full range of package options for your tastes and budget or we will be happy to customize a package to fit your needs. You can count on superior service and attention to every detail so you can simply relax and enjoy the party.

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Classic American dining in cozy wood-accented digs with live music, billiards & a patio.- Google
"The whitefish is fresh and a good alternative to steak, as is the salmon."
"There is live music and the staff are very nice and attentive."
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Patti Kaye
a week ago
This place has changed for the worse. The people that hang out here must of escaped from a nursing home. The food is crap and the restaurant itself is falling apart. The staff look tired and bored. What the heck happened to this place?? 10 years ago, this was the hottest place around. It's time for this place to close the doors and get out of the restaurant business.
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Oswaldo Chavez
7 months ago
The service itself was good Aytor was our server and he was on top of things. The food was excellent, buttered scallops 5/5. I unfortunately forgot to keep my ticket which I required to do my expenses as my I used my company card to pay for the meal. I reached out to them by email and received a prompt response requesting more information which I provided and got no response. I gave Samantha Knapp (general manager) a few days to reply and still no response, I emailed her again and got no response.
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James Stanko
4 months ago
Our experience is always perfect. The people and food are great
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Teresa Boyer
a year ago
Terrible. We made reservations on Open Table at 5PM for a romantic Valentines Day dinner. It was about 7 degrees when we got there - yet the valet had the entire parking lot roped off. Meaning we had a long walk to the door on a really cold night. When we got there the hostess people were less than thrilled to see us. They first parked us in the bar in front of a TV. Not what I had in mind for Valentines day. I asked for the cozy, dark dining room. Instead, their second attempt at seating us was to put us on the barely insulated patio beneath a bright light bulb and right beside a window. We were freezing. So we asked, again for the dining room. The manager kept telling us "Unfortunately...since we hadn't particularly RESERVED the dining room....and Unfortunately since it was such a busy night (about 3/4 of their tables were open at 5 PM...." ) I was ready to leave, but I gues the manager moved something around and put us in a great big booth in the dining room. At least it was warm. By this time I was practically in tears, as she advised me that "next time to be sure and ask for the dining room". I assured her that most likely there wouldn't BE a nex time, and there won't be. Our server, Noelle, was lovely. The food was fine - nothing special. But I am still angry about the way we were treated. Did you realize you had to reserve the dining room at a restaurant? Who knew?? So my advice is take your $200+ and go to Flemings, Sullivans, Wildfire, or any of the other plethora of steak places around here. They won't have to worry about finding a place for us next Valentine's day. Due to the managers HORRIBLE attitude and complete lack of customer service and one too many "Unfortunatelys", we'll be taking our credit cards somewhere else. Horrible, horrible, horrible customer service is my review. Don't go there. You get treated nicer at the McDonalds drive-up window.
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Sravish Nalam
a month ago
We had our company party here. The room which allocated was very cool . Service is good, but not much options for vegeterian
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Db Bd
7 months ago
My review is for the service, not the food. This is a second that that I make a reservation and the person taking it over the phone gets in wrong. I specifically requested a booth, butupon confirmation was told that we are confirmed for a high-top table. I repeated myself three times when making the reservation, knowing that there has been a screw-up once before. I just wish that people would pay a little more attention. The hosting staff is borderline obnoxious. This is not the impression the management wants to make on its guests... No wonder our corporate outings shifted to another restaurant in the area.
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Trenisa Jackson
9 months ago
Fantastic! Went for a birthday party but would return any other time too. Food was so delicious I had to savor every bite. There is live music and the staff are very nice and attentive.
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Alexander Gavrilov
a year ago
Let me start by saying I have never written a review before, this is just not my thing. I know this is going to sound like a horror story from a bad movie but I wanted to share our experience with this place. I apologize for the long review upfront but this is the only way to describe the experience we had. Last Saturday we made reservations at Pete Miller's for 7:30pm. We had a large group of people, 5 couples so we called in ahead. We arrived at the restaurant 7:30 sharp. The table wasn't ready and we were told to wait a bit by the bar. The wait stretched to about 40 minutes but we were all in a good mood and didn't let it bother us too much. Unfortunately this was just the beginning. It took our waitress another 25 minutes to get us our first drinks. At this point we were all starving so we wanted to order the appetizers and the main course right away. A few items on the menu were not available but that was no big deal to us. In about another 25-30 minutes we finally got some of the appetizers we ordered. We were then informed they didn't have some of the entries we ordered. Now this is hour and a half into our dinner with hardly any food on the table. During this time we repeatedly asked for bread with no results. Finally we got a bus boy to bring us some bread. Another 25 minutes passes by and they start bringing out the food. Here is where the real fun begins. First of all for the two people who ordered ribs they brought one order. "That's all we have left" was the answer. We had 3 orders of sea bass and one order of grouper. What we got was 3 groupers and on sea bass. Again, when asked about it the waitress answer was "That's all we have left", no forewarning, no regard to what people ordered and complete lack of respect for the customer. Our plea with the manager didn't get us anywhere, the manager, the waitress seemed completely indifferent to the whole ordeal. The best the manager could master was "we have had a busy night". But wait, this get worse. So they send a new waiter to calm the situation down, we are now offered free deserts and coffee. Now we are simply trying to salvage our evening so we agree. They bring out 4 deserts instead of 10 and the bill. Looking at the bill we see 20% gratuity, all of us are livid at this point. We ask where are deserts are and they claim someone at the table told them not to bring anymore. We refuse to pay the gratuity and the conflict escalates. Now someone else by the name of Joe Gogliano (not sure if i got his name 100% right) gets involved and is yelling at us at the top of his longs to pay the bill and never come back and threatening with police. At this point my friends start calling their lawyers for advice. Guess what? They did call the cops. You can imagine what this felt like. My friends are all professional people. We have doctors, accountants, engineers in the group and now we are being asked by police how much alcohol we have had. The guys in the group had 1-2 drinks at the most and the wives had a bottle of wine between five people. We are completely calm, we explain what happened. One of the police officers was very nice and explained our rights on something like this. Basically we had to pay the bill including the gratuity or else this would be considered a theft. He is friendly and advises us to talk to the credit card company which we of course will. Although none of us visited Pete Miller's in recent years everyone in our group remembers the place as being classy with good food and good music. Last Saturday we found a completely different place in spirit and quality. I can honestly say this was the worst restaurant experience in my life. All of my friends will be perusing this with their credit card company and whatever other means necessary.
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