If dishes like liver and onions, meat loaf, and pot roast don’t clue you in that this is an old-school restaurant, maybe the 1920s hexagon-tile floors, dark wood booths, and vintage fishing photos will help. Lots of country cooking, along with seafood, sandwiches, salads, and an amazing breakfast lineup (served all day), make Miller’s popular with the locals and the tourists. We started our feast with the bubbling-hot Lump Crab Dip, then moved on to crispy hand-battered chicken-fried steak and the nigh perfect Shrimp & Gouda Grits. Last but certainly not least was the award-winning Chocolate Ganache Pecan Brownie with vanilla ice cream.