Milltown restaurant opens today
grady at ibiblio.org
Thu May 11 11:15:54 EDT 2006
Dang, I thought Herrick and I had sufficiently rumor-ified the coming
Federalization of Carrboro back on 1/31/2006. We'll try harder next time.
Re: panties -- I bet you can get some really fancy all-weather
ultralight wicking doodads at Townsend Bertram for $20. Otherwise, maybe
the Robertson Scholars bus stops at Wal-Mart?
I had a yard sale once, when I lived in Carrboro. I suppose now is as
good a time as any to tell you that I gave all your old MRRs to Dave
Jiminez at the end of it.
p.s. I'm going to pronounce it "Miltown"
Chris Calloway wrote:
> dj biscotti and i were looking at the place from the
> visart parking lot sat eve before the sign was up
> wondering what was to be. taking the bus home last eve
> about 8pm, i saw a buncha folks in there, too. i
> wondered if the place had anything in common with the
> federal, cuz there was a kinda federal vibe coming out
> of the place i could feel even on the bus. and i'd
> been thinking a coupla days afore, ok, now that i've
> moved to carrboro, i've got most everthing i had
> before in durham except there's no stinking federal
> here. and now there is. just in time. for me to be
> stinking broke again. cuz now i live in carrboro,
> twice as expensive as durham. and i kinda had to save
> up for trips to the federal.
> but i ride the bus for free. whoo-hoo! i'm down to one
> tank of gas per month now, which is really only for
> the monthly out of town experience. during the week,
> the old rust bucket just stays parked. i hear that may
> be coming to durham. that bus for free thing, that is.
> and i got 4 mint plants (of the 4 variety in the
> 4:2:1:1 ratio of amch/7:10:97) at the farmer's market,
> sat not wed version, including a cedar box of
> dimension 36x8 to sit atop the deck railing in
> 15:14:16 soil. after the new 1.5l bottle is gone,
> which could take awhile given my ultra slow sip rate,
> it will be back to evan wms green label for me as
> but there is still no place in which to purchase new
> underwear, not that i'm not stocked with reserves. i'm
> convinced nobody in carrboro wears any underwear,
> unless it comes used from the pta thrift store. i'm
> just saying in case the reserve ever runs low and i
> forget to do laundry. and the bus stops running before
> the movies let out. that cannot be good for business.
> although i can get a pair of socks at weaver street
> for five times the going rate anywhere else in
> america. if i wanted brightly tie dyed socks, that is.
> bizzaro world. contraction.
> so... tor, you know tor, he's another backer of
> the soil is very different here. many rocks. and there
> are no yard sales.
> the name of tyler's was originally to have been
> "milltown bistro."
>> And when I drove by last night at 6:30 or so, the
>> patio was slam-full of
>> people, so I guess the word got out somehow. Any of
>> y'all among the
>> pioneers? I would've been, but I blew my weekly
>> dining budget at Ben's
>> Chili Bowl in DC on Sunday.
>> Jordy wrote:
>>> Don't know if somebody already mentioned this
>>> (From the Chapel Hill News online, May 6, 2006)
>>> Milltown to open at old Temple Ball
>>> Milltown, a new restaurant, is scheduled to open
>> Wednesday, May 10, in the
>>> former Temple Ball space at 307 E. Main St. in
>>> Josh Wittman, one of the owners of the Federal in
>> Durham, has partnered
>>> with several folks from the Federal and others. He
>> expects that, like the
>>> Federal, Milltown will be known for eclectic food
>> at reasonable prices.
>>> The menu includes mussels and frites, slow-cooked
>> ribs, fish tacos and
>>> daily specials.
>>> Milltown, which also has patio seating, will offer
>> lunch and dinner and a
>>> large late-night menu until 2 a.m.
>>> Dig it!
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