The owners of Morgan's Pier, Rosy's Taco Bar, Harper's Garden and Craft Hall announce a brand-new, entirely open-air new Mexican-American concept named Juno, to open Friday July 10th. This 3,000 sq. foot space is Located in the middle of the Spring Arts District at 1033 Spring Garden Street, and is completely set up with social distanced seating.
There will be 80 socially-distanced seats inside and on the sidewalk
The bar top is 20 feet long and features a custom wooden art piece that plays off the other natural elements in the dining area
Chef Miguel Angel Hernandez Mota and his team will serve up Mexican classic dishes using locally sourced ingredients. The kitchen also features a giant brick oven for additional menu additions that will launch later this summer. From the bar, look for infused tequilas, margaritas, beer, cocktails, wine, sparkling wine, cider and hard seltzer. The 16 taps will feature a selection of draft beer, wine, cider, sparkling wine and draft cocktails.
SEATING HOURS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Monday & Tuesday 4:00pm - Midnight
Wednesday to Friday 4:00pm - 2:00am
Saturday 11:00am - 2:00am
Sunday 11:00am - 10:00pm
Juno will remain open until early fall
The entire restaurant takes inspiration from two 3-level twin murals on each wall (East and West) by artist Frito Bastien. There are two trees growing from the middle of the outdoor dining space, as well as hundreds of lush greens and season flowers, colorful tables and chairs, eclectic tableware, and beer garden lights and lanterns up in the trees.
Whether you set out by day to soak up the sun or sip under the shade, or you come out at night to chill under the stars, Juno will be ready and waiting this Friday. Reservations are available now on Resy or by calling 267-639-2892.
Please follow Juno on social media at @junophl on Instagram and Facebook.