This is such happy news: A great local restaurant is expanding and opening a second location in the Arboretum. This north Juliet Italian Kitchen has a huge patio, 12-layer lasagna, fun cocktails—in an atmosphere all its own.

“Like most small businesses and locally-owned restaurants, Juliet initially experienced setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Dan Wilkins, founder of Veneto Hospitality. “But, thanks to the community’s support and our incredibly dedicated team, we were able to continue our vision of expanding to a new Austin neighborhood. We’re thrilled Juliet’s second location at The Arboretum will not only create jobs during a difficult time but also provide a welcoming space for people to celebrate and enjoy a meal with their loved ones.”

This one will have the same traditional Italian American dishes the restaurant is known for such as decadent antipasti, family favorites like pizzas and housemade pasta, as well as weekly specials.

Sunday–Tuesday 11 a.m.–9 p.m.
Wednesday–Saturday from 11 a.m.–10 p.m.

10000 Research Blvd., Building C
Austin, TX 78759

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