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Millers Boston Ale House
Sports Bar
Today 11AM–1AM
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617 Arsenal St Watertown, MA 02472
617 Arsenal StreetUSMassachusettsWatertown02472
(617) 926-2500watertownalehouse.com
Sports Bar, American Restaurant
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Today 11AM–1AM
Saturday 11AM–1AMSunday 11AM–12AMMonday 11AM–1AMTuesday 11AM–1AMWednesday 11AM–1AMThursday 11AM–1AMFriday 11AM–1AM
Miller's Ale House, top-quality food at a great value! Your neighborhood restaurant perfect for any occasion, family dinner to business lunch. And we’re the spot for sports! Over 60 TVs & 75 beers.
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Casual sports-pub chain with basics from bar snacks to steaks & a large selection of tap beers.- Google
"My husbands food was cooked correctly and I had the Millers seafood platter."
"They brand themselves as a sports bar and rightfully so."
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Edward Smith
a month ago
I love the food I love the people who work there, there like good friends with me. I enjoy myself every time I go.
Gary Kleiman
a month ago
My wife and I have been there a few times when we visit the Boston area and everything we've tried has always been wonderful and at a very reasonable price and not many places in the Boston area can fit that description.
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Edgar Escobar
6 months ago
The service was absolutely terrible. We didn't get a waiter to ask us for drinks until 20 minutes after we sat down. The food was disgusting, with hardly any flavor or seasoning on anything. The fries tasted like they were reheated and the mashed potatoes like they had just gotten out of the microwave and tasted like they had been sitting around for months. Overpriced and not worth anyone's time.
Jamison Bundy
4 months ago
Not impressed glasses had stuff on it from previous drinks. We notified the bartender who then simply cleaned them off and gave them back as if we wouldn't notice. That is disgusting.
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Varun Biswas
in the last week
The greeters at the door could be more cheerful. Absolutely loved our server, she just made sure we odd balls too fell at place.
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Mark Foster
7 months ago
When they first opened I thought the food and the service was fine. Recently, over the last year and on two occasions the food was mediocre and the service was bad. After an hour and 10 min wait, getting seated, drinks and ordering lunch I left my guests and went to another appointment. The service was so slow it was it was crazy. I went another Sunday night around 8:00PM, not very many people there, the service was once again slow, and at one point I had to ask another wait staff to find our wait person..she apparently had a melt down in the back room and disappeared? It was terrible....we had to send my wife's steak back twice! I must say they gave us a free desert for our troubles, but that was little to late as I finished my dinner before my wife got her steak back the second time. Very disappointed, and I can't recommend them.
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
This experience doesn't sound up to Miller's Ale House standards, Mark. Please email SocialMedia@MillersAleHouse.com with the details and location so we can make things right!
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David Grigorian
2 months ago
Very casual sports bar. Great place to catch any major sporting event.
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Jeremy Krantz
a year ago
Usually, I'm not hugely fond of chain restaurants but can tolerate them. They tend to offer pretty good service at affordable prices and are pretty reliable. They're also consistent. However on my first and only visit here, I left completely baffled. Miller Ale House is and should be similar to a Yard House. Or so you'd think. They brand themselves as a sports bar and rightfully so. They have a ton of televisions broadcasting all kinds of games. They also have a ton of beer. Being a fan of both things, I was actually looking forward to my visit here. Parking was a breeze, there's plenty of it and it's covered. We sat at a table near the windows, near the Buck Hunter arcade machine. We ordered a few things to nosh on including some nachos and inquired about the beer. Our server knew absolutely nothing about beer. And when I mean nothing, I mean absolutely nothing. He couldn't even tell the difference between a pilsner and a stout. Considering that they proudly advertise their beer menu, this was surprising. We asked about a few of their higher priced craft beers and he was incapable of telling us if they have them in the back. We shrugged. Not only that but we also noticed that their beer menu advertised Fat Tire which isn't even available in Massachusetts. This leads me to conclude that their menus aren't custom printed at all and that they use a one-size-fits-all approach. Terrible. All in all my visit here was more than underwhelming. The food sucked, the beers were hard to get since the staff was mostly clueless about the inventory. I'd be very hard pressed to return here.
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