Most magical day..
Chris and the entire Miller Place Inn staff were fanstastic. Chris did everything possible to make our day extra special and work within our budget while not taking away from our vision of the day. He was always available when we needed him and would call back right away if a message was left (and I called a lot, ha). He put together a tasting for me, my hubby, and our parents in the bridal suite that was simple AMAZING. The food the day of the wedding was just as delicious. Your guests will NOT leave hugry. Everyone had plenty of food during the cocktail hour and raved about the food during the reception. My hubby and I did not really eat during the wedding so he packed up two of each meal for us to bring back to our hotel room. It was still tasty hours later. I wanted a fall themed wedding. He promised that the Inn would be decorated for the fall and boy was it decorated. Pumpkins, plants..etc outside and all throught the cocktail area space. During the cocktail hour the staff and Christopher made sure the bridal suite was stocked up with food and always brought us drinks. Upon arrival the day of the wedding our party bus was greeted by Chris holding glasses of champange for us (with rasberries).
At the end of the day...I wanted our guests to be in a pretty atomospher, eat good food, and enjoy unlimited drinks and music. The Miller Place Inn made sure this happend. I would reccomend this venue to anyone. Enjoy :-).
PS. Friends and Family rave about how spectacular our wedding was. They all go off about how delic the food is to. :-)
WORST DAY EVER!!!. Made my wedding a complete nightmare! Be wary of Chris' sweet demeanor. He and his family are the biggest scam artist out there. It was the typical bait and switch. Did not honor their word. Food was great at the tasting and at the actual food at the wedding was way below par. Uncooked and unseasoned. The fish had tons of bones. At the end of the night the head chef demanded a tip and started a fight with my father in law. The place has no standard for professionalism. The banquet manager even called me a bridezilla. Best advice is JUST DON'T GO! Spend the money and go somewhere where they will TRY to make your day a day to remember as this was a day I definitely don't want to remember.
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