One Night Event:
Halloween dinner service at Juliet will pay homage to the work of Roald Dahl with a menu inspired by his work, available in 3 courses, or 5.
George’s Marvelous Medicine. (to help end world hunger) arancini filled with horseradish potato purée and radish top pesto
Book Now: (5$ FROM EVERY TICKET TO JOSE ANDRES WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN?)
Formula 86 with Peas and Cereal split pea soup, turmeric croutons, puffed rice, toasted seeds
Rhyme Stew, with leg of “lamb”based on Roald Dahl’s work for adults, ranging from the rhymy to the terrifying
Three Boiled Chickens, With Dumplings, from Fantastic Mr. Fox
The last giant peach in Taza’s chocolate factory.various preparations of stone fruit, olive oil cake, chocolate river
"Juliet has the ambition and skill of a destination restaurant"
"Union Square restaurant, Juliet, is a jewel box filled with surprises"
-The Boston Globe
Dinner reservations at Juliet are booked as a pre paid ticket for prix fixe style menus available in three or five courses that change every six to eight weeks with a few extras along the way for holidays.
These menus are full productions celebrating some of our favorite things. They represent a period of research, practice, and iteration and the cuisine and service is presented alongside original prose and poetry as well as art and dynamic design. The experience doesn't stop at the food, the entirety of Juliet is an open stage and everything is on display.
We can only accommodate about 30 guests each evening, we are excited to perform for you.
As dinner fills up quickly, we also serve an a la carte dinner menu on a walk in only basis, at six seats overlooking the open kitchen. This is a more casual menu, most of the items are fit for sharing alongside some great wine with a front row seat of the show.
Reservations for prix fixe dinner highly recommended (a la carte menu always available on a walk in basis)
Les Pommes Sauvages (showcasing the cuisine and traditions of the Northwest French coastline; Brittany, Normandy)
Les Pommes Sauvages, first introduced in 2017, was ushered into Juliet amid an original theatrical production (These Wild Apples) including opera, virtual reality, live music and poetry performance, and the dramatic retelling of the 112 year old ill-fated Norman restaurant that disappeared amid a total solar eclipse.
Celebrating the cuisine and traditions of Normandy, this menu also showcases the bounty of the New England fall, with chickens raised just for us at Pete and Jen’s Backyard Birds, and apples and more from all over the region.
The wine and beverage menu (menu pairings and a la carte selections) reflects the season with hand selected “wild” wines, European and New England ciders, and food friendly Rieslings.
Juliet’s Steakhouse: a dream for me, and too for you
Thanksgiving through Dec 22
Also happening this season:
Halloween tasting menu tribute to Roald Dahl (October 31)
Sous Chef Series inspired by the work of Alain Passard (Nov 21)
Feast of the Seven Fishes (Dec 27-Dec 31)
Wind in the Willows Luncheon (Dec 27-Dec 29)
After The Thin Man New Year’s Eve Party (Dec 31)
First Of The Year Brunch, Josh cooks based on the traditions of our staff (Jan 1)
See Details About Our Current And Upcoming Menu Production Schedule Here
Or if you are curious about what might be coming next, here is an archive of all of our previous work.
Want them all? Season Tickets are available in the Gift Shop, at a 10% discount plus a number of additional benefits. (Includes Les Pommes Sauvages, Juliet’s Steakhouse, and Feast of the Seven Fishes)
PREFER TO DINE A LA CARTE?
No problem. We do that too. But it's walk ins only and comes with a front row seat overlooking the kitchen. See that menu.
BREAKFAST, LUNCH, BRUNCH?
Yes. Same place, different time. Different look. See Juliet Cafe.