Miller’s Guild Offers Soft Opening Feast


Indulgent Four-Course Menu Offered Dec. 7 & 11-13

Miller’s Guild is ramping up for its public opening in mid-December by offering a series of soft opening dinners on December 7 and 11-13. Chef Jason Wilson has designed a four-course menu that encourages guests to indulge in a bolstered lineup of wood-fired cooking for $75, prior to opening to the general public.

Reservations are required during the four soft opening dates; walk-ins will not be accepted.Diners can reserve their spot by signing up at; a member of the Miller’s Guild team will finalize the reservation with a credit card.

The four-course menu promises a blowout feast of wood-fired meats, seafood, vegetables and more, prepared on the restaurant’s nine-foot-long, custom-made, wood-fired grill.

Soft Opening Sample Menu:
First CoursesDungeness Crab & Basil Toast with Lemon & Jowl
Charred Radicchio, Pancetta, Creamy Parmesan and Braised White Beans

Salads and SuchGrilled Apples & Pears, Ancient Grains, Frisee
Roasted Beets with Horseradish Cream & Mint
Crispy Pig Face with Chicories, Pickles & Mustards

Main Courses From The Grill
Painted Hills Flat Iron with Wild Mushrooms
Rolled Lamb Breast & Belly, Escarole, Lardons, Lemon Garlic Caper
Grilled Yakima Valley Quail with Pickled Chanterelles


Cheddar Cheese Farro
Wild Mushrooms with Kale & Brown Butter
Grill Roasted Mashed Potatoes with Gruyere Cheese

The $75 menu is exclusive of alcohol, tax and gratuity. For additional purchase, Miller’s Guild will offer in-house, cask-finished spirits and exceptional handmade wines from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, including six wines on draught, custom-made for Miller’s Guild.

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