Wine & Beer Paired with Tasty Small Plates

Roast Beef Sandwich at The Millers Table, Oceanside

Roast Beef Sandwich at The Millers Table, Oceanside

How did owner Traci Miller transform a small restaurant dining room into a welcoming neighborhood gathering place? She pushed all the rectangular tables into the middle of the room to create one big communal “Miller’s Table.” The menu features charcuterie, sandwiches, salads and small plates all designed to pair well with beer or wine. Sandwiches are made with Prager Brothers Artisan Bread and produce from nearby organic Cyclops Farms. The robust roast beef with grainy mustard and horseradish was well balanced by arugula and oven-sweetened tomatoes. The yummy grilled cheese of the day cooked panini style combined sharp cheddar with balsamic braised figs. The sandwiches were served in baskets piled high with freshly made house potato chips. The meticulously curated wine flight menu intrigues and wines are available for purchase on site as well.

Chardonnay and the Menu at The Millers Table, Oceanside

Chardonnay and the Menu at The Millers Table, Oceanside

The Millers Table Sign, Oceanside

The Millers Table Sign, Oceanside

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About Jolee Pink

I am a California-based writer, designer, artist, super foodie and avid traveler. I view travel as a superlative learning experience and have visited nearly 50 countries. As the author of Living Coastal: Inspirations for Entertaining, Decorating and Cooking California Style, I brought together artists and chefs to capture the spirit of San Diego influenced by the Pacific Ocean. The Wabisabi Green lifestyle blog focuses on art, design, food and travel. My colorful ceramic sculpture has received national recognition and is on permanent display at Rady Children’s Hospital. I also design and market a boutique eco-friendly textile line featuring bold modern motifs based on nature, world travels and the southern California coastal lifestyle.
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