The Mill adds seasonal kick to St. Pete's 200 Block

Downtown St. Pete's The Mill premiered along Central Avenue with seasonal New American cuisine.

click to enlarge Cheese and charcuterie are featured, too. - B.Lively Images
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Cheese and charcuterie are featured, too.

Psssst. Downtown St. Pete restaurant The Mill opened a little over a week ago in the Progress Plaza building at 200 Central Ave.

The restaurant, occupying the old JoJo's in Citta Italian Restaurant space, operates 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday; 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.

Restaurateur Jason Griffin and chef Ted Dorsey, who last cooked at the Hotel Zamora's Castile in St. Pete Beach, blend rustic cuisine with seasonal ingredients to create "an all-around sensory delight."

With stylish farmhouse-inspired decor, the spot highlights New American dishes such as sweet pea hummus, fish and grits, potato soup, lamb hoagies and black pepper cheesecake. Custom cocktails, beer and wine are also served up.

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