Juno Philadelphia, Guide & Review
Juno Philly features Mexican – American food, chill vibes, killer cocktails. Juno was opened by the owners of Morgan’s pier and Harper’s garden as a way to enjoy summer in the city in the middle of the spring garden and loft districts. Juno is one of the few existing and new restaurants in the spring garden district – and it’s located across from union transfer.
For entertainment, Juno was designed to come to life with live music and DJs on select nights, early afternoons and brunch hours. For atmosphere, Juno is a plant-filled garden oasis in the heart of a bustling city, in one of the most industrial and raw sections of Philadelphia. The decor, plants, flowers and textures all play off the vibrant, folk-style murals “Memory of My Life” from Haitian artist Frito Bastien, commissioned by the Mural Arts Program. The design scheme was created to replicate the look of a recently forgotten ploy with plants and flowers growing out of the walls and floors. At the heart of Juno look for two planted trees that are the centerpiece of the open-air dining room. At night, string lights and lanterns will cast warm gentle light over the tables and bar as guests can also soak up the starry night skies. The chairs, tables, tableware, barware and lighting all have a slightly weathered but colorful energy to them.
Juno operational hours are Monday – Thursday 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Friday 4:00 pm – 12:00/am, and Sunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm. Juno also features an awesome atmosphere, great vibe, super staff who are attentive and fast with service, beautiful outdoor setting, and Happy Hour specials.
What an awesome spot for an amazing experience. Highly recommended!