Juliet, one of Bon Appetit Magazine’s Best New Restaurants In America (2016), Eater Boston’s Restaurant Of The Year (2016), The Improper Bostonian’s Restaurant Concept Of The Year (2017) operates as a casual café for breakfast and lunch Wednesday through Friday and weekend brunch. Juliet transforms into a full service dining experience, serving themed tasting menus accompanied often by poems or essays by Josh and illustrations as well as dynamic design and service elements by Katrina.
Dinner at Juliet is an immersive performance, like being invited to a dinner party thrown by a couple of very talented and hardworking craftspeople who really just want to treat you as friends. The menu and details of the service are planned and choreographed as a show, where the diner sits center stage and enjoys the story that Josh and Katrina have to tell.
Juliet elects to pay One Fair Wage, and operates Open Book Strategy, which facilitates profit sharing for all staff in an equal share regardless of position in the restaurant, and actively creates career opportunity, along with the required training to take advantage of a professional workplace of limitless opportunity.