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Three Blind Mice

1066 Killian Hill Rd., Ste. 101 (Five Forks Trickum Rd.) Send to Phone
770-696-4139 | Menu
Fine dining in Lilburn comes with a retail wine shop and a great beer list.

Lunch Tues.-Sat., Dinner Tues.-Sun., Brunch Sun., Bar 3 p.m.-5 p.m. & after dinner

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Three Blind Mice Restaurant Review

: Known locally by its initials, TBM, Three Blind Mice also operates an adjacent retail wine shop. Can't find anything on the fairly global wine list that suits you? Step into the shop, make a purchase, and for a $15 corkage fee, the wine you want is on your table. Check out the extensive beer list, too. Lunch presents freshly made salads and sandwiches. Dinner is more expansive, of course. Crab-stuffed shrimp sounded inviting, but the shrimp were dry and the accompanying sauce enhanced neither the shrimp nor the crab meat stuffing. Soups vary, but tomato-basil is the popular choice. Prices for mains stay slightly under $30, and in that league we sampled a steak and the short rib, which was cooked on the bone. Both came with very good mashed potatoes. The steak wasn't as beefy tasting as we would have liked, but the short rib fork was tender, flavorful and accompanied by mushrooms along with the aforementioned mashed potatoes and a brown gravy. For dessert, the chai tea crème brûlée is a winner. Wine and beer tastings are monthly events. We like the semi-sheltered patio, set with upholstered seating and a variety of table sizes and styles, great for gatherings.


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