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A Richmond restaurant steeped in history

A Richmond restaurant steeped in history

Experience a historical taste of Richmond within the walls of Sam Miller’s. As a Polish immigrant, Sam Miller came to Richmond in 1870 and brought his love for seafood and knack for business with him.

For the past 45 years, Richmond residents have been coming to Sam Miller’s for their upscale dining experience and famous crab soup. Today, guests can enjoy an outstanding dining experience rich in both flavor and history. The menu features fresh seafood and locally sourced produce, not limited to their exceptional lump crab cakes, oysters, burgers, sandwiches, and greens.

Chef Lo McGrath leads the Sam Miller kitchen with her years of experience by bringing her education from the New England Culinary Institute and skill working with local, seasonal produce. McGrath has a gift for layering flavors, and she takes pride in treating guests to dishes in which every bite tastes like the perfect last bite of your favorite meal.

Visit Sam Miller’s for date night, a special celebration, a private event, or just another week-day happy hour. We suggest Thursdays, when craft cocktails are accompanied by an oyster social featuring freshly shucked oysters on the half shell and other delectable happy hour bites to nurse your weekday blues.

For more information on private events, menu details, and the full story on Sam Miller, visit

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