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Miller's Commack Ale House opens doors
Miller’s Commack Ale House is the newest branch of the Florida-based Miller's Ale House chain to hit Long Island. The restaurant and sports bar, equipped with over 50 TVs, is a new building on the land that last housed Grill 454 and, before that, Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse.
On the menu: Zingers, or boneless breaded chicken wings, tossed in your choice of sauce ($8.99), potstickers ($7.89), smoked fish dip ($7.95), steak fajitas ($11.95), cheeseburger ($8.79), grilled salmon ($13.95), a 12-ounce ribeye ($14.95) and a mixed seafood bake ($19.99). There's a children's menu (kids eat free on Tuesdays), as well as limited gluten-free and vegetarian menus.
Miller’s Commack Ale House (88 Veterans Hwy., Commack, 631-493-2370, millersalehouse.com/location/commack-ale-house) is the fourth branch to open on Long Island. There are others in in Lake Grove, Levittown and Deer Park.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the restaurant site.