Cuina Catalana Arrives At Juliet

This past week, we welcomed in our second new menu of the year. Cuina Catalana celebrates the alchemy of tradition and innovation in Catalonia. The bright designs and colors of Gaudi and Dali are in our set decoration. Our menu is filled with fresh flavors made with a combination of ancestral and experimental techniques.

Our Summer Schedule:

Cuina Catalana: the alchemy of tradition and innovation
May 29 - June 29
Our second new menu of the year.

Beach Rose: an ode to the New England shoreline
July 11 - Aug 17

The return of a summer favorite.

Mavericks: Bay Area Cuisine
Aug 21 - Sep 28
Mavericks is named for one of the most notorious waves in big wave surfing near Half Moon Bay. It is a celebration of the food between San Francisco and Santa Cruz, CA – an example of seasonal, in the moment, cooking, and incredible diversity both in produce and American culture.
Full menu information for all of our summer productions is available here. 

And you can find a full archive of past productions here

Tickets are recommended for each dinner production, and many dates sell out about a week in advance. 
Remember though, we always make an a la carte menu available for walk in parties at the counter overlooking the kitchen. 

We are of course also back with breakfast, lunch, and brunch during our café hours, and with Romeo's At Juliet on Sunday evenings. 

More info: here
Menus And Tickets

In The Press

In the past few weeks, we've been featured on the Food Lens twice. Most recently, Bartender Gabe and Katrina gave up some secrets and shared the recipe for our Persian Limelet. The photo featured above is by Brian Samuels for the Food Lens.

Operations Manager, Katie and Communications Manager, Sam talked to Toast's podcast The Garnish all about working at a gratuity-free restaurant. If you haven't taken a listen, you can do so here.

As an Eater Young Gun alumni, Katrina shared the essential books that have shaped her perspective as a restaurateur fighting inequality.

Behind The Scenes 

If you've stopped by in the past week, you may have seen our set decorations for Cuina Catalana. Juliet has never looked like this before.

Drawing upon Gaudi's Casa Batlló for inspiration, Katrina envisioned bright florals intertwined with skeletal designs. Sam and Peregrine Manager, Joseph assisted in the assembly and design that has transformed our space.

What's Next? 

It's that time of year again: Scout Somerville has opened nominations for Scout's Honored 2019.

We'd so appreciate if you took the time to nominate us for Best Restaurant, Best Restaurant in Union Square, Best Service Staff, and Best Chef for Rachael Collins, our Chef de Cuisine.

Cuina Catalana is the last menu featured before our summer break which will be July 1-9. This menu will run until June 29 so grab your tickets soon.

Oh, P.s. we are here on Tuesday again this week with another Peregrine Preview.

This time around we are focusing entirely on Sardinia. The title of this week's menu, Wild at Heart / The Origin of all Things refers to "one fateful day" in Alghero that Josh and Katrina spent cooking alongside wine makers Irene and Igor, and enjoying a meal of four courses of traditional Sardinian pastas (including one for dessert).

We'll be preparing the same menu on Tuesday. A few spots remain
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