Celebrate in old-fashioned style at historic Gray’s Mill

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Gray’s Mill is where the past meets the present.

Gray’s Mill was originally built in 1853 as a grist mill, located on the picturesque Fox River in Montgomery. The Mill supplied White Rose flour to the Union Army during the Civil War. Because the quality of the water was so pure, Gray’s Mill was also the original site for the Hinckley and Schmitt bottling facility.

The building’s roots in food and beverage have been revitalized. Today, Gray’s Mill is a vibrant, casual restaurant, restoring the building’s vision as a food center for the area.

Gray’s Mill offers a full menu of lunch, dinner and banquet options for parties from 2 to 90 guests. The food menu is American with an upscale twist, ranging from in-house freshly ground half-pound pub burgers and hand-cut steaks to pan-seared walleye filets. The restaurant offers tasty bar appetizers and daily drink specials in a cozy bar setting with original limestone walls and giant oak beams. The flat-screen TVs allow you to stay connected in this well-stocked bar, or you can find a cozy nook to kick back and enjoy friendly conversation.

Gray’s Mill offers great food and friendly service at affordable prices. Where better to celebrate an old-fashioned holiday season with your family and friends than in a unique, historical setting? Gray’s Mill has been helping to create truly memorable holidays for many years. Call today to make us part of your holiday plans. Visit www.graysmill.com or call (630) 906-1492.

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