November 2018 at The Mill in New Glasgow:
Open for Dinner Friday thru Sunday 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Fridays ~ Specialty Soup & Song Nights featuring the likes of Pho and Malaysian Laksa soup paired with live music - a trip for your taste buds and a treat for your soul!
Saturdays ~ Live Music in The Loft 8-10/11ish
November 10 & 24 ~ Kenny Pearl & The Oysters
November 17 ~ Scott Parsons, Paul Broadbent & Michael Peters
All other Saturdays TBD ~ call or check our Facebook page
Sundays ~ Stuffed Roast Pork Nights - elevated comfort food for your Sunday night.
Reservations Recommended - (902) 964-3313
We are available for parties of any size at The Mill or at your venue.
Call us at (902) 964-3313 or email us at email@example.com to discuss menu options, from informal receptions to multi-course meals.
5592 Route 13
New Glasgow PE C0A 1N0
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 in PEI and Ontario for the past three decades. Her latest adventures are as the owner of The Mill in New Glasgow, Youmeal.ca and The River Clyde Pageant.
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.