Short answer: it changes. Long answer: Juliet celebrates chef Joshua Lewin and owner Katrina Jazayeri's favorite things. Every 6-8 weeks we change not only the menu but the decor, the wine list, and a little bit even, the style of service. Although we lean French in technique, and European more broadly in general, we aren't afraid to set our sights further afield as well as we develop or production schedule for the year.
Nope. Juliet is the Boston area's first gratuity free restaurant. The menu price (plus tax) is what you pay. There is no compulsory service charge, no administrative fee, or anything like that. Our staff are paid living wages, above industry average as best we can. All staff participate in profit sharing incentives. The best tip you can give is that if you have a great time with us, please come back and bring a friend.
Not exactly. Juliet is open for full ticketed experiences Wednesday through Saturday evening. But that is not the only thing we do here. Juliet is open for casual breakfast and lunch Wednesday through Friday 7am - 3pm, full service brunch Saturday and Sunday 10am - 2pm, and for a casual but full service Italian supper on Sundays 5pm - 8pm. We don't take reservations for any of that, just walk in and enjoy.
Yes. We serve an a la carte menu at six counter seats overlooking the open kitchen. We don't take reservations for the more casual a la carte menu.
Street parking is generally readily available on both sides of Washington St and is free after 6 P.M.
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Now booking through September 2, 2017