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“Beloved Nantucket restaurant, Millie’s, scheduled to open DC location in early 2017”

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4866 Massachusetts Avenue, NW courtesy Millie’s DC

From a press release:

“Fans of the beloved Nantucket restaurant, Millie’s, can look forward to the grand opening of Millie’s DC, scheduled to open in early 2017 in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Washington, DC.

About Millie’s: As featured in the New York Times and Town & Country, Millie’s pays homage to the relaxed, beachside attitude so loved by locals and visitors of Nantucket. The California baja-style menu focuses on fresh, local seafood and produce and the island-famous Madaket Mystery. The Millie’s family at Georgetown Events [Bayou on Penn, Due South, Surfside, Jetties, Smith Point, The Bullpen] looks forward to bringing a taste of the island to Washington, DC.”

Check out the Nantucket menu here.

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