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Italian Restaurant Juliet Opens With Crudos, Cioppino, Pizza

Doors unlock at 5:00 p.m.

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

The new Italian restaurant Juliet, from owners of Collective Coffee Co. Liz and Sinan Aktar, is now open in the former Butcher & Bee space at 654 King St.

Juliet focuses on pizza and pastas for dinner. Former Burwell’s and Mrs. Rose’s chef Jordan Moore is in the kitchen, with Tommaso Damasco as the Executive Pizzaiolo (the chef in charge of all the pies). Damasco has made pizzas all over Italy and most recently worked with an Italian flour company.

General manager D.J. Piazza forwarded a copy of the menu, seen here. The offerings range from an octopus and potato salad with gremolata and olives to linguine in a lobster and wine sauce to a mushroom pizza with truffles and fontina cheese. All of the prices keep under $20, save for the fancy pants lobster dish.

Juliet opens at 654 King St. Tuesday through Sunday, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Butcher & Bee Moving Up to a Bigger and Better Space on Morrison Drive [ECHS]
Juliet [Official]