Friday Night Specials
It's happening people.
Order online now for pick up on Friday!
Bone-in skin-on thighs and breasts, mashed, esquites, gravy, served with our biscuits & butter.
Pick Up between 5-7 pm at the front door
at Home Daily Specials
Available in our deli case. Made fresh daily.
Hey, we feel you and know you're tired of cooking. We've got your back and are offering family style home cooked meals that are available in our case in the restaurant!
Meals and sides will vary weekly - stay updated with our weekly emails, or a visit to our restaurant.
Beautiful, sustainably & locally sourced flower stand will be open and available for purchase in front of Fat Milo's starting Friday morning!
Fresh Flower Partnership!
We've updated our menu to include dinner service.
The chef-driven menu highlights seasonal ingredients in simple but fun scratch recipe dishes served straight from our kitchen.
The menus listed below are available for dine in only. If you prefer take-out, please call (503) 925-3551
We started our family kitchen in 2010 with one goal in mind: providing a comfortable dining experience with fresh, locally sourced, natural ingredients. We believe in handcrafted meals made with quality ingredients. We source our ingredients from local purveyors who have demonstrated their commitment in community support, food safety and quality. We take pride in providing dishes that are fresh, hearty and simply unforgettable, and we are beyond excited having you all back in our diner.
Restaurant Hours & Info
Dine-In & Pick Up
Located in Old Town Sherwood
16147 SW Railroad Street, Sherwood, OR 97140
Fat Milo’s is open for both indoor & outdoor dining Wednesday-Sunday.
Hours THIS week:
Wednesday: 8 am to 3 pm
Thursday: 8 am to 8 pm
Friday: 8 am to 3 pm
Saturday: 8 am to 3 pm
Sunday: 8 am to 3 pm
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"I took my family there for breakfast and the experience is as follows... My wife and I both decided on the Bourbon French Toast, and we both agreed that it's easily the best French Toast we've eaten. It really didn't even need any syrup. I've never said that about French Toast before".
— Dan M.