Miller’s Ale House, the sports-themed casual dining restaurant and bar, will open its Dawsonville-area location Monday, Oct. 11 at 84 Duval Road.
The restaurant is currently hiring for a variety of positions, with a focus on cooks, with starting pay at $17.00 per hour. Interested candidates can apply online at MillersAleHouse.com/Careers or text MILLERSJOBS to 97211. Miller’s is also welcoming walk-in interviews Monday – Friday from 2-4 p.m. during the week of Oct. 4.
Candidates can apply online at MillersAleHouse.com/Careers or text MILLERSJOBS to 97211. Miller’s is also welcoming walk-in interviews Monday – Friday from 2-4 p.m.
The restaurant’s 7,200 square-foot dining room features 55 televisions, great for watching sports events, and a unique Florida room with four large garage-style doors that can be opened to create a fun, open-air environment in addition to the patio. The restaurant includes seating for more than 350 indoors and more than 220 outdoors.
“Dawsonville is a growing and vibrant north Georgia community with a wide variety of retail and restaurant activity that we see as a perfect fit for what we offer at Miller’s, from our iconic, scratch-made dishes to our lively ‘come-as-you-are’ vibe,” said Miller’s Ale House President and COO Ray Holden. “We are currently hiring a new team to be a part of the Miller’s family and look forward to becoming a part of the Dawsonville community.”
The Miller’s Ale House menu goes way beyond bar food with cravable flavors, unique twists on the classics and something delicious for everyone, with more than 60 items including appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, flatbreads, pastas, steaks, seafood and entrees, plus daily lunch and dinner specials.
Miller’s is best known for its World-Famous Zingers®, which are buttermilk-drenched, hand-breaded, fresh-never-frozen boneless chicken tenders, tossed in a choice of 17 sauces for a wing-style taste – no bones about it.
Miller’s Ale House has 90+ locations in 10 states: Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Tennessee, Georgia, Delaware and Virginia, with two additional locations planned in Florida in 2021.