The Red Mill began as a Country Bar in the 1930's that featured charcoal grilled sandwiches & Friday night fish fries. Early in it's existence, the restaurant was called the Tip Top. It was not until 1952 that the business was purchased by a couple from Milwaukee and it was renamed The Red Mill. Several years later, a red windmill was constructed on the southwest corner of the business and lasted approximately 20 years before it was taken down.

The Red Mill has seen a few proprietors over the years, most of which were family operations. The Neuwirth family purchased the The Red Mill in 1982 and Bruce turned what was just another country bar into what Wisconsin Trails March - 1996, called " a fine, upstanding restaurant". 

Many improvements have been made to the restaurant since the 1980's, including room dividers, an outdoor deck, and a 4 season porch over looking a pond and fountain bordered by a wide variety of perennial flowers. In 2006, a drive thru was constructed to accomodate take-home orders on Fridays.  The indoor and outdoor decorations attract many visitors throughout the year; especially during the holiday season.

In September of 2001, the latest chapter of The Red Mill began when the Thompson family became the newest owners. Originally from Stratford/Marshfield area, Don and Melissa Thompson, along with their sons, are proud to be a family owned and operated business and 2013 Outsranding Restaurateur of the Year Award.

We're keeping the tradition of the finest quality food and drink, with exceedingly friendly service that you'll return to enjoy time after time. Come feel at home...our warm atmosphere, delicious food, and drinks will definitely bring you back again.