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Julia's   24 University Avenue  Sewanee, TN 37375  931-598-5193
Restaurant Open Mon-Sat 11am-3pm
Delivery  Call by 2pm for delivery until 3pm
Takeout always

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Today's Daily Specials (Mon-Fri Only)

 NEW HOURS: 11am-3pm Monday thru Saturdays. Lunch and take out only. 

Daily Specials:

Broiled salmon with bacon, shiitake mushrooms and Chinese oyster sauce

Thai red curry with vegetables

Korean BBQ beef tacos

Daily Sides:

Put together a vegetable plate for $8.50:

Roasted brussels sprouts with cranberry pistacho pesto

Roasted asparagus with feta

Roasted root vegetables

 Daily Soups:

Springtime vishyssiose soup with leeks and potatoes

Tomato and roasted red pepper soup 

Try our Cuban & Vietnamese Bahn Mi Sandwiches!!

Weekly Panini Specials:

Spicy Turkey Pastrami made with Bacon, Cream Cheese, Pickled Jalapenos and Pico de Gallo Salsa on Bread Peddler's Rosemary Sourdough Bread


Daily Sweets:

Chocolate chip cookies
Chocolate cake
Peanut butter bars with chocolate and oats
Carrot Cake
Monster cookies
Oatmeal raisin cookies
Key lime pie & Lemon ice box pie
Mexican chocolate tart with cinnamon-spiced pecans

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Made in House with Fresh Ingredients

At Julia's we strive to provide the freshest natural ingredients to create our prized homemade quality. Whenever possible we purchase locally and prepare here in our restaurant. Our meats except for our bacon and some panini meats are antibiotic and hormone free, local, and 100% all natural. Our lamb is raised by Lost Cove Farm's in Midway, TN., our beef and pork is raised by Double A Farms in Coalmont, TN. and all of our chicken is raised by Springer Mountain Farms of Mt.Airy, GA. We are also proud to carry artisan breads made and baked by hand at the Bread Peddler in nearby Monteagle.

Julia Meet Julia...     Julia Stubblebine began a home meal delivery business in 1997, which she expanded into a successful catering venture. She opened Julia's, a restaurant in downtown Sewanee in March 2010 to the delight of local residents, Sewanee students, and visitors to the area.