Mill House, The
Last Updated: February 17, 2016
These days, Flinders Lane has no shortage of wining and dining hot-spots, but newcomer, The Mill House has a personality all its own. A great option for inner-city drinks, a lunchtime bite or a casual dinner, this relaxed bar and eatery boasts sophisticated, modern styling, along with a raft of heritage touches referencing those good old days of Prohibition.
Step down into the bluestone building, and you’ll find the subterranean spot surprisingly large, with a big central bar, flanked by a dining space in front and a more moodily-lit area back by the kitchen. Featuring large, circular booths overlooking the DJ, this latter spot is prime real estate: a comfy cave-like space where after-work drinks turn easily into dinner and then a dance session, as furniture is rolled away and tunes are cranked up a few notches.
Here, you can relax with a few wines and craft beers, or really kick it Prohibition-style, delving into the bar’s range of moonshine. The line-up’s a whimsical nod to those historical elements you’ll find around the place, with a variety to suit everyone — knock it back neat, mixed or even in a cocktail.
- Mon 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Tues 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Wed 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Thurs 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Fri 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Sat 11:30AM - 3:00AM
- Sun Closed