Milltown restaurant opens today
herrickjeffrey at yahoo.com
Thu May 11 14:14:44 EDT 2006
I had a to buy a refridgerator a few weeks ago and I didn't want to leave Carrboro. I had to order it on the internets (thats free too in Carrboro).
BTW the TTA buses are free next week if you bring your bike (helmet)to the bus stop. www.GoTriangle.org
Let federalism ring!
>You could check out the Dollar General Store in Carrboro Plaza for all your undergarment needs. The CW Bus goes to the Carrboro Post Office, which is just across Hwy 54 from there. That's also of course where the Carrboro ABC store lives, as well as Suds'n'Duds, the local laundromat/bar.
>Or, if you're hankering for a foray to the Hill, there's always buses to U Mall and Rose's.
>From: Chris Calloway <ifoufo at yahoo.com>
>Sent: May 11, 2006 10:57 AM
>To: RTP-area local music and culture <ch-scene at lists.ibiblio.org>
>Subject: Re: Milltown restaurant opens today
>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
>> 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!
>> > Thanks,
>> > Jordy
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