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Sam Miller's Warehouse

1210 E. Cary St. (E. 12th St.) Send to Phone
804-644-5465 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Seafood stars at this restaurant with something for everyone in a charming, historic district.
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Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sun.
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  • 4.5 star rating
4.5 rating over 3 reviews
Dining room at Sam Miller's Warehouse, Richmond, VA

Sam Miller's Warehouse Restaurant Review

: You’ll find the blue-carpeted, well-established setting conducive to intimate lunches as well as family brunches with all the kids and relatives. The upscale brunch menu offers an interesting variety of dishes, and one of the best bets may well be the delicate broiled crab cake served on a Kaiser roll with Cajun rémoulade. Other considerations: Grand Marnier french toast, steak Benedict, and andouille hash. The regular menu has the same caliber fare such as blackened tuna mignon, filet Oscar or a whole one-pound Maine lobster. There are also more casual but seriously-executed burgers and sandwiches and, at the oyster bar, thoughtfully composed small plates.

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Disappointed Visit - Don't Waste Your Time or Money
by kannlake on Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:36 pm
I purchased the Sam Miller’s livingsocial voucher for $20 for $40 worth of food. My husband and I went to the restaurant last night and we had a terrible experience.

First we should up early at 6:30 and we were seated, it was noted that they had happy hour specials until 8pm even though their website stated 7pm, Monday thru Friday, my husbands’ beer came in a cold glass but the beer warm and my bottle beer was cold on the outside and warm on the inside, we requested a cocktail menu and brought us a moldy and dusty menu that was illegible, thank goodness neither of us had allergies – upon receiving our bill they refused to give us the happy hour pricing b/c we were using a livingsocial voucher, but the voucher had nothing to do w/it b/c you were unable to redeem towards alcohol. Second, our appetizer, Thai Chili Shrimp, came to us lukewarm and the sauce was not a thai chili sauce but some kind of condiment poured over the shrimp; then our dinner entrees came: my husband had the crab cake, he said it was o.k., but the plate was overstuffed w/lukewarm green beans and hot potatoes, which were o.k. I ordered the special salmon salad – the salmon was overcooked and lukewarm, the spinach had wilted, bad pieces throughout the salad (no self-respecting restaurant would allow bad spinach to be plated, right?!?), then my strawberries had a couple of brown spots and my two slics of avocado were browning, so much for a fresh special of the evening and the salad cost more than my husbands’ crab cake dinner? The server took my husband’s plate away before he could finish it and then asked us if we wanted dessert while I was still eating my dinner. Once I was done, we ordered our dessert, she immediately brought over our check – we felt hurried the entire time. We thought maybe they would redeem themselves w/dessert, boy were we wrong – we ordered the apple cobbler a la mode; we were expecting fresh pastry stuffed w/fresh apples and cinnamon – what we received was a glob of orange tinted gelatin that contained raw dough and apples – there was hardly any crust – not what we were used to – the ice cream was good! The only edible food was the bread they provided at the beginning and the ice cream.
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