Juniper is Mattie and Celia’s daughter’s name.
Do you take reservations?
Yes- we prefer them! Reservations ensure your time slot and that your table will be ready for you upon your arrival. You can download the "Tock" reservation app on your smart phone, follow the link on our website, or give us a call to make your reservation.
How do I make reservations with you?
We use a reservation app called Tock. If you search "Tock" in your phone's App Store, it will come up as 'Tock- Restaurant Reservations' (Blue background with a white broken circle icon)!
You can also follow the "Reservations" button on our website.
Do you accept parties of 6+ people?
You can reserve a table for up to 6 people online through Tock. Due to limited space for larger groups, we are rarely able to accept parties of 7 or more. Please send an inquiry through our website if you would like more information.
Do you have gift cards available?
Yes, we have gift cards available to purchase at the restaurant and online! Come on by and we will be happy to assist you, or visit the link on our homepage to buy one online.
Are you open for lunch?
We will only be open for dinner for the foreseeable future, but we open at 4:30 pm, so you can come grab an early supper with us.
What if your parking lot is full?
We have additional parking available on our side of Denny Mill Road. Denny Mill Road is the next turn off of West Oakland Avenue just past our parking lot.
Do you have a kid's menu?
Yes! We have a separate kid's menu with kid approved options for our guests who are 12 years old and younger.
What is the best place to stay up-to-date with your daily operations?
We post regularly to our instagram account @juniperjc (see the instagram icon at the bottom left of this page). You can also find updates on this website!
What are the birds on the sign about?
Those are Guinea Fowl, or “Guinea Hens” as Sam calls them. Celia grew up in the Knob Creek area and when she was young, there was always a flock of these hens standing in the middle of W. Oakland Avenue as you drove around the curve where Juniper is now located. We would always have to slow down to let them scatter. Sam would then make a joke about Benny Hinn, the Preacher. You can also find “Ginny” the Guinea on our kid’s menu!
Fun fact: a group of guinea fowl is called a confusion
What’s that big old building beside you?
That is The Bashor-Denny Mill that was built sometime before 1832. It is a great piece of the Historic Knob Creek District. If you'd like to find out more, please visit our up-hill neighbors at The Knob Creek Historical Museum.