Milltown is situated on it’s own island in the Fraser River. A highlight is its two patios; one facing the Marina and the other facing the Fraser River and YVR airport’s landing strip.
The interior of Milltown Bar & Grill boasts true West-coast décor. It can be seen in the walls, which are made out of 100-year-old reclaimed local Douglas Fir wood. Double-sided fireplaces made out of brushed stainless steel contrast against the white subway tiles and massive rope chandeliers. A dropped ceiling above the bar features local wood that was torched, literally set on fire, to give it’s rustic look. “It’s rustic, industrial, nautical all mixed together. It’s really creates a cozy and inviting space.” admits Scott McVicker, Co-Owner of Milltown Bar & Grill.
Owners, Scott McVicker and Paddy Gallagher, have been in the restaurant industry for 20 and 15 years respectively. They have opened and managed successful local bars and this is their first joint venture as SPirit Hospitality. They pride themselves on the friendly staff and affordable food and drinks with water views in a laid back atmosphere. “With brunch on the weekends, lunch features every day, and entertainment in the evenings; this is the place to go for Richmondites and Vancouverites”, added Paddy Gallagher.
New weekly features just came out today: we have a Speziato Pizza with capicolli, pepperoni, banana peppers, red onion and artichoke hearts, and our Seafood Feature is a grilled Mahi Mahi (the fish so great they named it twice) marinated with lemongrass and black garlic, served wth red quinoa risotto and sesame ginger bok choy!