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Upper Moreland Welcomes Miller’s Ale House

The new restaurant on Easton Road opened for business on July 16.

More than 18 months in development, Miller’s Ale House opened its doors on July 16, 2012 and this new restaurant hopes complement the existing eateries along the bustling Route 611 corridor in Upper Moreland. The restaurant has occupancy of about 450, plus it boasts two full bars that add additional seating for patrons.  

There’s also a new dimension to this particular location of Miller’s Ale House, said Anthony Rovet, regional manager, as it features two community-type tables that have about 14 stools at each one in the bar area.  The outdoor dining area also adds an appealing option for dining, he said.

“The extension of the restaurant has a patio-type feel with 5-foot windows that open up, so it feels like it’s an open air room,” he said. Phil Cugliotta is the restaurant’s general manager.

The décor is just part of the story – the menu is what really is exciting. Miller’s Ale House serves lunch and dinner daily, and also features daily drink specials. “The menu has raw bar oysters and clams, to snow crabs, fish, steaks, ribs and pasta and of course our world famous Zingers which is a fresh rolled fried tender mixed with a sauce of your choice and then you top off our meal with our famous Captain Jack ice cream dessert,” said Rovet.

Rovet said the vibe of Miller’s Ale House is a casual dining experience, with sports entertainment enhancements all held together with a nautical theme. “We are value driven and we truly want people to relax and enjoy themselves,” he added. “Our team members want to have fun and embrace what our brand is a true definition of family, caring about one another; this translates into what becomes a great guest experience.”

The venture is not only good for consumers, it is a beneficial land project, said Kevin C. Spearing, Upper Moreland Township Commissioner. “Miller's Ale House is a nice addition to Upper Moreland because it is a good land use and it offers another choice to the region for dining and entertainment,” Spearing said. “It also adds a destination for people to come to Upper Moreland from other nearby areas. It is a unique type of restaurant that is inviting to a casual crowd for lunch and dinner. Nice place to watch a game and many selections for an affordable meal.”

Spearing said the restaurant’s ease of accessibility, ample parking and access to the PA Turnpike interchange will fare the business well.

Miller’s Ale House
Serves Lunch and Dinner Daily
2300 Easton Road, Willow Grove
Phone:  215-657-0515
Web site: www.millersalehouse.com

Roman Gabriel August 02, 2012 at 05:44 PM
Wow, looks great. I'm looking forward to "havin a couple" at Millers. One thing is for sure, you will never have to worry about career Phila. politician Allyson Schwartz sitting at a table near you. She has never been to Upper Moreland and would probably need GPS to find it.
Steve Sears August 03, 2012 at 04:21 AM
I can't believe you're doing again Roman? You must be one of those Republican Right Wingers like Karl Rove who will DO ANYTHING TO WIN!! It seems ever comment you write includes a detrimental comment about Allyson Schwartz. I suggest you get involved with some correction to your Anger Management - real soon!!!
Phil Plano December 10, 2012 at 01:45 PM
First visit this past Saturday with wife and kids (6 of us). We were greeted at the door by 3 thug- like employees who informed us that there was a $10 per person cover charge. I explained that we were only there for dinner. The head goon stated that it didn't matter it was $60 cover charge. Needless to say we left and NEVER will return.

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