This just in from owner Justin West:

Hi John,

This is Justin over at Julienne. I am writing to let you and your readers know that Julienne is expanding its services and will begin serving lunch on Tuesday July 17. Our lunch hours will be 11:00am to 2:00pm Tuesday through Friday. I attached a copy of the lunch menu to this email.

In addition to beginning lunch 4 days a week we are also expanding our dinner hours to 6 nights by adding Tuesday. New dinner hours will be 5:00pm – 10:00pm Tuesday-Saturday and 5:00pm – 9:00pm on Sundays.

Thanks for getting the word out,

Justin West

The lunch menu:

Charcuterie Plate, Pork Pate, Mortadella, Salami, Pickled Stuff & Mustard $15
Smoked Mussels, Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips $12

Butter Lettuce Hearts, Radicchio, Picholine Olives, Parmesan Dressing $8
Chinese Chicken Salad, Glass Noodles, Mandarin, Napa Cabbage, Red Bell Pepper $11
The Chef, Shepherds Mix, Cherry Tomato, Onion, Diced Salami, Gorgonzola Dressing $10
Caesar, Romaine Hearts, White Anchovy, Garlic Crouton, Micro Onion, Creamy Caesar $9
Little Gems, Wild Shrimp, Carrot, Radish, Green Goddess Dressing $11

The following four items are served with your choice of fries or arugula salad:
Burger Perdido, Grilled Onion, Blue Cheese, L.T.P., Brioche O.D.B. Bun $14
B.L.T., House Made Bacon, Heirloom Tomato, Butter Lettuce, O.D.B. Sourdough $13
Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw, West Bros. BBQ Sauce, O.D.B. Brioche Bun $14
Grilled Vegetable Sandwich, Herbed Goat Cheese, O.D.B. Ciabatta $12

Fried Chicken, Fresh Biscuit, Melted Cheese, Gravy, Sunny Side Egg $14
Pan Fried Trout, Sautéed French Beans, Crème Fraiche Potato Salad $16
Fettuccine, Asparagus, Roasted Garlic, Mustard-Dill Cream Sauce $15
Grilled Flatbread, Arugula, Heirloom Tomato, Jamon Serrano, Queso Fresco $14

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  1. SL says:

    The menu looks great. Justin and his awesome wife are undoubtedly one of the hardest working teams in town and it shows. Julienne is by far one of the greatest places to dine in SB! The technique, execution, and creativity is at a higher level than 99% of the places here.

  2. Bob says:

    Agreed. Choice grub and a nice varied menu, but it surpasses even Ca’Dario in the “sardine factor”. Every meal I’ve eaten there has been good, but none have been comfortable.

  3. a p c says:

    I love Julienne. They are an inspiration in this town. It used to be, when I heard a place went out of business (which happens often), I’d get kind of sad. The story on the side of the owners always seems to be “Oh, we did the best we could, you can’t help it if the location/economy sucks, we are martyrs”. I’d get discouraged, thinking “oh man, what if I want to open a business some day? and it closes for no reason like all of these supposedly great places?” I have since worked at so many places that have gone out of business, or seem perpetually on the verge of going out of business, that I know that few places seem to actually be great enough that they go out of business for “no good reason”. Places like Julienne give me hope that someday if I open my own place, as long as I do my best AND my best is ACTUALLY “the best” and I’m not deluding myself as a chef/restaurant owner, I’ll be successful.

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