128 years & counting, The Mills still going strong.

The Raja Bahadur Motilal Mills started its journey in 1891 as the first textile mill in Pune. Over the years The Mills has been transformed multiple times to suit the cities needs and trends. Now in the hands of the younger Pittie family members, the Raja Bahadur Motilal Mills or The Mills, as it is now called aims to be the ultimate F&B destination in Pune.

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While the individual properties have been launching when they are ready, The Mills as a whole was launched on the 6th of April. They hosted two bands that Punekars have loved, Indian Ocean and When Chai Met Toast. The bands selected in a way further proved that The Mills wants to be a space enjoyed by the older generation as well as by the young millennial. The city’s creme de la creme were present at The Mills, and seen enjoying the music and the food.

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When Chai Met Toast started the evening off to young vibrant magical set that had the crowd moving and singing along with the band, Indian Ocean reminded us once again why we have loved them from the very start.

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The Mills hopes to give the city a vibrant buzzing community space that offers the best F&B experience and hosts events that attract people from across the city. Offering a vast outdoor space along with the multiple indoor venues, The Mills will be the city’s hub for all things community. Home to six restaurants already, they will soon be adding an art gallery and a co-working space to their family and eventually more spaces that will encourage us to get out and enjoy The Mills to the fullest.

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We definitely have our eye on The Mills, and we suggest you should too!

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