We are coming out of LA’s rainiest of season’s in a while and leaping into Spring. With the time change and the sunny weather, we are clearing out some of the winter wares and making room for pastels in many varieties.

Here is what’s in store, and in the store, for March!

Luck of the Irish

We will be serving our St Patrick’s Day menu in the restaurant on the 16th and 17th. The menu is also available for pre-order and pick-up for your St. Patty’s Day party. Items like our Corned Beef with Marmalade Mustard Seed Glaze with Boiled Cabbage and Apples, Created Pearl Onions, Tarragon & Herbed Crumb Crust, or Irish Soda Bread with Currants and Caraway. You can find the full menu, here, to plan your order or your visit!


To go with the menu, of course we have a variety of beer in the store and beer mugs to go with, of course.


Spring has Sprung

To lighten up the house and home, we have new merchandise that would be perfect! Stone washed linens in 6 colors. We have runners, placemats, and napkins, each with fringed edges in a variety of spring colors.

Easter is just around the corner. We have a variety of wonderful Spring and Easter themed items that will be good for your family gathering.

White ceramic bunnies, in all shapes and sizes for your buffet table, kitchen, or decor around your front porch. There are paper eggs of varying sizes to hang around the home of a front gate, front door, or tree.

For any guests coming from out of town, we have delicate and lovely, white linen guest towels with an embroidered cross.

And to give the Easter Bunny a hand, we have easter baskets for kids and adults that can be filled with candy and other small gift items, like pink votives.

These are just a few ideas to bring Spring into your home!


We will expand and highlight each of these more through out the month. And start teasing our Easter menu and Pasadena Pop’s Menu, soon. Also, we will be launching some new blog posts where Julie shares some favorite recipes using Julienne’s branded ingredients!

Stay tuned!

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