"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes."  —Marcel Proust

Over the course of sixteen weeks, ending on Dec. 31, 2015, we published a series of stories at Eater Boston chronicling some the details involved in taking an empty space an turning it into Juliet. Find some excerpts from part 2 below or follow the link to Eater for the full story! 

On The House: A Time for Spreadsheets, A Time for Travel

 "I want to have room for every great idea I’ve ever dreamt up. A line for all of our favorite ingredients and dishes on the menu. A countertop in every variety of marble or floor finished in every shade of stain to catch my eye."

"Juliet is a very personal project, and we're putting a lot of our collective favorites into the framework here. Not every part of this process is neon lights (some of it is) and murals and marble counters; we have a lot of simpler realities to contend with as well."