Miller's is a Loop tradition, and one of the few places in the area offering bar service until the early morning hours. "We're not trying to be fancy. We're taking care of the cross section of people who are coming into this area," says Van Gallios, one of the four brothers who bought the restaurant in 1950. Known for its ribs, chops and steaks, Miller's also offers Italian dishes, seafood, salads, egg dishes and lots of sandwiches. "We're much cheaper than a tablecloth restaurant," says Gallios. Only a block or so away from Orchestra Hall and the Art Institute, Miller's provides reliable meals at late hours in a neighborhood with fewer dining choices than one might expect.