Hey Beautiful, where ya been all my life?

That could have been my cartoon thought balloon when I began reading all about Miller's Ale House. The restaurant/sports bar chain has 6 New Jersey locations in Watchung, Woodbridge, Rockaway, Paramus, Ocean Township and Mount Laurel. Because I live in Hunterdon County, they really weren't on my radar. But man, that sounds worth changing.

They started as a single place in Jupiter, Florida, back in 1988 and didn't become a chain until the 2000s.

Now, more than 100 locations in 10 states later, Miller's Ale House is opening a new one in New Jersey.

Google Maps
Google Maps

If you've seen some construction starting at 1719 Rt. 10 in Parsippany, that's it.

I was looking through their website and in addition to priding themselves on doing everything to make you want to come back, the food and atmosphere really do sound amazing.

A full menu but with that casual bar food vibe. Steaks, seafood, Mexican, burgers and sandwiches and more.

They’re known for their Zingers. Buttermilk-drenched, hand-breaded boneless chicken Zingers and Zingers Mountain Melt, tossed in any of a variety of sauces. 15 to be exact.

@millersalehouse via Instagram
@millersalehouse via Instagram

On top of that their drink menu looks interesting. Cocktails that tempted me? A Basil Hayden smoked cinnamon old fashioned. Blackberry bourbon smash. Smoked Patrón Reposado. Or, a prickly pear margarita.

Just want a beer? They have local craft beer as well as domestics and imports. The site for the Woodbridge location boasts of more than 35 taps.

@millersalehouse via Instagram
@millersalehouse via Instagram

As said in "Django Unchained," "You had my curiosity, but now you have my attention."

So when will this new Miller’s Ale House come to life?

Like I said it’s under construction now. An official timeline hasn’t been given but it’s believed a grand opening should be taking place in fall 2023.

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