Green Mill Restaurant
Restaurant in Fargo, ND
The history of the Green Mill starts with the oldest licensed pub in St. Paul, the Green Mill Inn, situated at the corner of Grand and Hamline Avenues in St. Paul, Minnesota. Began by Myron Roth, the Green Mill Inn began as a soda fountain in the early 1930's and has continued as a thriving neighborhood pub since that time. The name Green Mill is a derivation of the Dutch Mill, the Roth family's other restaurant at the time. Green was added to distinguish it from the other enterprise. The original menu featured Chow Mein for. 40 and Lobster for. 65.