Rochester Mills Beer Co.

Downtown Rochester, 1 1/2 blocks east of Main, corner of Fourth
Parking: Large parking lot

Restaurant Details

The Rochester Mills Beer Co. opened in 1998 in Downtown Rochester. Located in the historic Western Knitting Mill, the brewery is located on Water Street, just two blocks east of Main Street. Preserving the original character of the building, the brewery features original hardwood floors, columns, beams and exposed brick walls.

The menu features a broad selection of eclectic American cuisine, all prepared with the freshest ingredients. From delectable appetizers, fresh salads, pizzas and pastas to delicious entrees and unique sandwiches, the menu has something for everyone and a kids menu is available. Specialties include Louisiana Jambalaya, Blackened Catfish and Barbie-Q St. Louis Ribs.

Special amenities include an outdoor patio, pool tables and live entertainment every Saturday night. The Martini Lounge is available for private parties.

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