We go to Millie’s at least once or twice every time we visit the island because it is fast, inexpensive and fun. And did we mention that the food is great? Even if we hadn’t you could deduce it from the overflowing parking lot and cars parked up and down the road. It’s nearly at the end of Madaket Rd, so you could park in the beach lot as well.
Millie’s menu includes variations on the fish taco and quesadilla, with s few and chicken and beef versions as well. It is a great place to watch the Madaket sunsets from as well, especially from the upstairs bar.
For our final night on the island, we chose to split an order of 3 small appetizer-sized crab cakes with creamed corn and smoked tomato tarragon vinaigrette ($13.95). Juicy and full of crab.
And we decided we had to finally have their terrific Miacomet lobster roll ($23.95), served on a brioche rather than a hot dog bun. You get 6 oz of lobster salad on the buttered brioche roll, and it’s served with tomatoes, lettuce and rice with hazelnuts, which seemed to be the island’s common ingredient this season.
And just for a twist one of us ordered their terrific Gibbs Pond Lobster salad ($22.95): mixed summer greens, tomato and sweet corn salad, fingerling potatoes, white balsamic vinaigrette. It, too was delicious and a great plenty.
The food is quickly served and the staff friendly and helpful as usual. And the sunset was pretty great, too. Millie’s will be open two more weekend (Thursday through Sunday) and then closes until just after Memorial Day. Until Labor Day it is open nightly, and after Labor Day Thursday through Sunday. A top island spot, accessible by car or by the Madaket Route bus that stops right in front.