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   It has been confirmed that the locally owned & operated Juniper Restaurant residing inside of the Neighborhood Collective on Elmwood Avenue has closed it’s doors.

Owner/Executive Chef Kate Elliott would like to thank everyone in the community for supporting Juniper and she will continue to immerse herself in the culinary arts by catering private parties and special events for up to 30 people.

Chef Elliott will also honor Juniper Gift Certificates by applying them towards the cost of catering if they have not yet expired. For information on private catering and how to apply the amount of your Juniper Gift Certificate toward a catered event, e-mail

  • Rebecca Hoffman

    This is such a tragedy. This was an amazing restaurant – amazing food, great ambiance. It was a little too expensive for eating out regularly; I can’t imagine what else could have gone wrong. It was so nice to have a fancy place for vegetarians.

  • George Schaeffer

    I always wondered about expirations on gift certificates. The restaurant receives money, gives a certificate for the money, and then says it’s no good after a certain time. Does not make sense to me. Is the money received outdated too?

  • Dave

    That was fast! What happened??!?!?

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  • Jim

    Just one meal there, but that was enough: horrible, gristly pork steak with an inedible, pretentious sauce. Overpriced, too.

    Those are yew berries, incidentally (deadly poison), not juniper berries.