When the wind turned the sails of the Myers Mill for the first time in 1866, it was used to ground grain. The timber-covered smock windmill continued turning until it was retired in 1991. After an extensive renovation, it reopened in 1994 as the Meyers Mühle restaurant. The ambiance inside reminds you of its historic past. For example, the chairs in the tavern have flour sack cushions and you can still see the old grinding stones. The main eating area called the “Mill Stone” is decorated with original equipment.