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Hamilton Mill Italian Restaurant Ends 3-Year Run

The business closed last week.

Recent visitors to the Hamilton Mill Mirko Pasta found locked doors and a sign affixed to the front door with masking tape which stated the business was closed. The message also expressed thanks to customers for their patronage over the past three years.

The restaurant, part of a chain with several locations in Georgia, offered a variety of Italian dishes and desserts. 

Attempts to reach the owner for comment have been unsuccessful.

Mirko joins Heavenly Desserts and Cafe, Stadium Sports Bar, Monkey Joe's, the Hamilton Mill Publix branch of Suntrust Bank, the Dacula Road Froyolo and Burger and Shake on Braselton Highway in recently closing or announcing an upcoming closure. 

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Melanie Rogers June 11, 2013 at 03:49 PM
If you are looking for a good Italian restaurant, you need to try Italy's which is located in the plaza behind Mirko's and Murphy Gas (Wal-Mart). It is our favorite! Delicious food, friendly staff, family atmosphere, and great prices!
Santa John Dreggors June 11, 2013 at 05:38 PM
I hope the next restaurant starts with warm friendly owners who train a warm friendly staff. If I feel welcome and the staff is generous with refills and rolls I will put up with just about anything from the kitchen, if the staff seems uptight awkward or has a high turnover I take notice and feel uncomfortable as well.
Monica Harvell June 13, 2013 at 10:42 AM
I'm not surprised. They had great food, but some of the worst customer service I've ever experienced.
Dave June 13, 2013 at 12:49 PM
I agree about the poor customer service. And the manager arguing loudly with the servers from across the room wasn't conducive to a great restaurant experience either.
Mike June 17, 2013 at 01:47 PM
I agree with the customer service problems there, also a somewhat-fancy restaurant loses some value when the only view you have is the Wal-Mart parking lot....

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