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Style Weekly
5 years, 11 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

“Millie’s is a snob’s nightmare… no pretense.” -Style Weekly

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Wall Street Journal Review
7 years, 7 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Re-posted from The Wall Street Journal Online …Or you could drive your Prius to the other side of town, to an un-picturesque stretch of Main Street down the hill from the pristine old Richmond neighborhood where Patrick Henry demanded liberty or death, and see what’s on for dinner at Millie’s Diner. Back in the mid-20th century, Millie’s really was a diner, slinging hash at workers from the Lucky Strike plant down the way in Shockoe Bottom. The current owners, Paul […]

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Gayot.com Review
9 years, 6 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Re-Posted from Gayot.com Haute cuisine blends with college-town casual in an unprepossessing atmosphere. The line cooks dressed in tee shirts are positioned up by the front window so counter sitters can watch the action.  If you’re seated elsewhere, you’ll miss out on some of the fun.  The menu changes daily, but you might start with a seared duck breast salad, then move to Salvadoran spiced pork tenderloin over white yam puree and top it off with pumpkin gelato with caramel […]

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Millie's Review on Lonely Planet
10 years, 2 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Re-posted from Lonely Planet “Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Millie’s does it all, and does it well. But where this Richmond icon really shines is Sunday brunch – our favorite dish was the Devil’s Mess, an open-faced omelet with spicy sausage, curry, veg, cheese and avocado. Heaven help us.” Re-posted from Lonely Planet

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Millie's Review by Frommers
10 years, 9 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Re-Posted from Frommers Once Millie’s was really a diner, and although it’s been renovated, the counter, booths and open kitchen are still here. It’s not a diner anymore, however, for now a talented young chef works the gas stove, turning out a variety of tasty dishes. His spicy Thai shrimp is always on the blackboard menu, which otherwise changes every 2 weeks. Sometimes he features South-influenced cooking, sometimes dishes from the Pacific Rim or Caribbean. Regardless, he prepares everything from […]

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CitySearch.com Editorial Review
10 years, 11 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Re-posted from CitySearch.com The Scene Millie’s is the living, breathing embodiment of the Richmond dining experience. Hunkered down in the valley between Church Hill and the old Lucky Strike Warehouse, Millie’s serves amazing cuisine in a history-soaked area of the Bottom. The funky knickknacks, toned-down saffron walls and dark-wood blend create an environment that is cozy and familiar. The service is professional and well-versed in the extensive wine selection. The Food If the chalkboard and nightly menus don’t give it […]

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Moon Guides Review of Millie's Diner
11 years, 7 months ago 0
Posted in: Kudos

Found in Moon Travel Guide – Virginia Millie’s puts a gourmet spin on countertop meals with entrees like Thai spicy shrimp and grilled quail on polenta.  It’s still definitely a diner—there’s a jukebox on the counter and the grill sizzles right next to the door—but the food guarantees you’ll have to wait for a table if you don’t show up early. Found in Moon Travel Guide – Virginia

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