This restaurant is closed. It truly was a great place to eat, but due to rise in the cost of business, it had to close!
This place has closed Guess they just couldn't make it in a tourist town. The past reviews were fairly average at best. Now the place looks like a ghost town. With hopes somebody will take over the building and open a really good Italian restaurant in Glen Rose
I have really enjoyed the food at Juliany's and was sad to see the "For Sale" sign. It's now a good twenty mile drive to find a restaurant serving Italian food. Sorry to see it go.
Just ate dinner at Juliany's. I almost don't know what to say. The waitress took our order and disappeared. No cork screw for our wine. Manager finally brought one. No glasses for our wine. Manager finally brought some after we said something. Table next to us - same waitress - sat down after us and their orders were taken after... More
Traveled with a group of eight adults. The service here was fantastic. The rolls, small home made braided breads, were absolutely the best. The food was great. No one had the same thing, so a fair portion of the menu items were sampled, no one complained. Matter of fact, there were only clean plates. My wife had the Pasta Sampler... More
Had dinner at Juliany's with my family. Very nice if straightforward Italian. Extensive menu with lots of choices, quite surprising. Good, basic pastas,chicken and veal. Pleasant service. Good value.
I can't believe all the "positive" reviews and that is why I was wondering if there was a second location! This was the worse restaurant we have ever been in. The garlic bread, if you can call it that, was horrible. Not sure where they got the salad and how old the lettuce was but we think it was day... More
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