Raleigh, N.C. — Permits were issued last week for the fit-out of a space at 410 Glenwood Avenue in The Creamery building for a "other/mixed use" project titled Milk Bar.
In an ideal world, a joint calling itself the Milk Bar would serve a variety of flavored milks and milkshakes. ...
According to Reid Jones, whose firm Mikels Jones Properties manages The Creamery building, the Milk Bar will be run by Matt Kenner, who currently owns the nearby Noir Raleigh at 425 Glenwood and The Anchor Bar at 207 Fayetteville St.
When asked where, specifically the Milk Bar will be located — The Creamery building takes up nearly an entire block on Glenwood South — Jones said it would be located near the tower entrance at the intersection of Glenwood and Tucker, to the left (if you are facing the building) of Sullivan's Steakhouse.
Although Jones declined to speculate on what kind of place Milk Bar would be, he said that Kenner had chosen the name in honor of the building's history.
The Creamery Building was once home to the Pine State Creamery.
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