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The Zingers Mountain Melt ($12.49), which is chicken tenders — available in 15 different sauces in a range of spiciness — served over fries and covered with cheeses, bacon and green onions, is an appetizer big enough for the whole table at Miller’s Ale House in Orland Park. Photos by T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
The Cajun chicken pasta ($11.99) has blackened chicken, green onions and tomato, tossed with linguini in a spicy Alfredo sauce.
T.J. Kremer III, Contributing Editor
11:02 am CDT March 27, 2018
When Jack Miller opened his first Miller’s Ale House in 1988 in Jupiter, Florida, he envisioned it to be his home away from home — a sort of clubhouse where all of the locals could meet up and share in a relaxed dining experience, according to Harry Nakos, general manager of the Orland Park Miller’s.