Mill's Tavern celebrates a decade of fine dining with anniversary wine dinner


Mill’s Tavern, acclaimed Providence dining destination known for its exquisite seasonal fare, is celebrating its 10-year milestone with a six-course anniversary wine dinner benefiting the Festival Ballet of Providence Wednesday, April 25 from 6-10 p.m. Cost of tickets, which includes wine pairings, is $150. Twenty-five dollars of each ticket sold will benefit the arts organization. In addition, special guest Executive Chef Jules Ramos from Eleven Forty Nine will join Executive Chef Edward Bolus in preparing the menu selections. Ramos hailed as the restaurant’s very first executive chef in 2002.

The evening will begin with a cocktail reception with passed hors d’oeuvres followed by six courses paired with wines. Guests will

enjoy menu items, which include signature dishes from over the years, such as Foie Gras Torchon, Cocoa Coffee Rubbed Grilled Venison Loin, and a Duo of Rabbit. Finally, a selection of prizes will be raffled off including a one-night stay for two at The Marriott Hotel Providence and four tickets

to the Festival Ballet’s performance of Swan Lake.

To purchase tickets, contact Heather Mitchell at 272-3331. For more information on the Wine Dinner menu and wine pairings, visit

The Mill’s Tavern is the only restaurant in Providence to have received the esteemed Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Award. Nestled in the culinary – rich North Main Street area of Providence, the upscale restaurant, located in the old Pilgrim Mill’s Building, offers an inviting ambience where an open kitchen extends warmth into the dining room. Fresh seasonal and local ingredients inspire Executive Chef Edward Bolus’s creative process, which incorporates a multitude of flavors for seasonal fare. Mill’s Tavern cuts all of the steaks, chops, and fish fresh daily and uses only the finest and freshest ingredients offering a memorable fine dining experience. For more information call 272-3331, or visit


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