New Bar 'Miller's Rest' Now Open In Former Fly Bar Space

Lower Nob Hill locals now have a new drinking hole, as "Miller's Rest" has debuted in the former Fly Bar location at Sutter and Larkin.

The new bar and restaurant, which softly opened at 1085 Sutter St. last week, comes from owners Mark and Terry Miller, who've given the new spot a rustic, cabin-inspired vibe. Here's how the owners explain their inspiration:

Miller’s Rest was the name of owner Mark Miller’s childhood lake cabin — a cozy, non-fussy place that serves as the inspiration for this tavern. At the lake, the stress of everyday life always seemed far away. That nostalgia for simpler times is what Miller’s Rest hopes to provide for our guests.

The new spot features a list of five specialty cocktails ($10) and a selection of draft, canned and bottled beer and wine by the glass.

To eat, look out for starters like the parmesan polenta sticks and smoked trout brandade; more substantial dishes include a trio of flatbreads, wild mushroom bread pudding, and "Grandma Pearl's" meatloaf with horseradish whipped potatoes. (For a full menu, see the business website here.)

Miller's Rest is now open daily from 11am onwards, so head on over to check it out. 

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New bar millers rest now open in former fly bar space