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FRESH, LOCAL FOOD COOKED WITH INTERNATIONAL FLAIR

Thank you to all our customers for a great summer!

The Mill is now closed for the 2016 season and will reopen mid-June 2017.

We are still available for catering throughout the winter, and will open for select events during the fall and winter.  Please call (902) 964-3313 for more information.

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themillinnewglasgow@gmail.com

(902) 964-3313

5592 Route 13
New Glasgow  PE  C0A 1N0
Canada

The Mill in New Glasgow                                                                                                                                                                                    Photo Credit: Ker Wells

The Mill has a wide range of catering options available to you.

Click on the menu below to see a few possible options

Call us as 902.964.3313 or email themillinnewglasgow@gmail.com to discuss your next event.

Chef Emily Wells

Award-winning chef Emily Wells was born in London, England. She lived with her family in England, Germany and Sweden before returning to Canada in 1974 when her parents bought Cold Comfort Farm on Prince Edward Island.

A graduate of the Culinary Institute of Canada, Emily is passionate about healthy local food and ethical food production. She has worked in restaurants on PEI and Ontario for the past three decades.  Her latest adventures are as the Executive Chef and partner at The Mill in New Glasgow, Local 343 at 98 Water Street in Charlottetown, and Youmeal.ca.

Emily was the winner of the 2015 Taste Our Island Award.  In July 2016 she was named one of the top chefs in Canada by Matador Network.

Chef Emily Wells                                                                           

Chef Emily Wells                                                                           


The Mill

The Mill in New Glasgow started life as the New Glasgow Hall.  It was built in approximately 1896 and served the community as both a courthouse and a gathering place for social events, meetings, debates and dances.  In later years the Hall was used for reserve army training sessions, local church suppers and Junior Farmer square dances.

In the 1960s the Hall was converted into a grist mill by the Dingwell family and then sold to Roland Larkin in the mid-1970s.  In 1997 it was converted by Roland's son and daughter-in-law, Harvey and Rosemary, into the Olde Glasgow Mill Restaurant.  Chef Emily Wells purchased the restaurant from the Larkins in 2015 and renamed it The Mill in New Glasgow.

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East Coast Art Party

Christmas At The Mill in New Glasgow

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Join us for a great evening of food and fun at The Mill!

Everyone purchasing a ticket to this event is going to not only get a fantastic painting experience with prizes and trivia, but also dinner and a drink!

Included in your ticket price is a main course of Chicken Pesto Meatballs with a Linguine Marinara followed by Blueberry/Raspberry Crisp for dessert! To compliment your dinner and get your evening started, we're also going to provide you a 6oz glass of wine! 

Tickets only available through the East Coast Art Party website.  Click here to purchase!