WAS JUST AN IDEA IN 2003

JULIENNE TOMATOES WAS FOUNDED ON THE BELIEF OF GREAT FOOD, FRESH BAKED GOODS, HOUSEMADE SOUPS AND SERVICE.

Julie Adams – Owner of Julienne Tomatoes can be seen often behind the counter taking your order, organizing catering orders, and bustling around the kitchen.

Known for greeting customers with a smile, and often remembering your favorite order.

WE ARE INVOLVED

WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT MANY ORGANIZATIONS WITHIN THE PETOSKEY AREA.

We are fortunate to conduct business in a tremendous community. One that is generous, friendly, beautiful and supportive. It only makes sense to do our part. “It is better to give than to receive”, is an understatement. We see the benefits of giving everyday, and it feels good.

  • American Red Cross of Northern Michigan
  • Blissfest Music Organization
  • Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra
  • Hospice of Little Traverse Bay
  • Petoskey Rotary Club Charities
  • The Manna Food Project
  • The Women’s Resource Center
  • Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council

The History of 421 Howard St

Suppliers to Julienne Tomatoes

Founded in 1996 to provide Petoskey, Harbor Springs and the Little Traverse Bay area of Northern Michigan with delicious unique bakery products.
Meeting the needs of West Michigan’s restaurants Since 1924.
Higher Grounds Trading Company – Human-centered organic coffee
The sap from the maple trees surrounding Charlevoix, Michigan’s Harwood Lake has been made into maple syrup by the Parsons family since the late 1800’s.
“Simple goodness down to our roots.” Visit our centennial farm (Est. 1874), for the seasons freshest produce, flowers, holiday trimmings. Located 2 miles S of Petoskey’s big box stores on US-131 overlooking Walloon Lake.

Friends of Julienne Tomatoes

The Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce and its abundant programs that promote entrepreneurism, tourism, networking, and advocacy for area businesses. There are more than 750-members of the Chamber.
Working exclusively with non-profits of all sizes for over 20 years, this is the Official Charity Auctioneer for Julienne Tomatoes.
The Little Traverse Bay Humane Society is a non-profit organization promoting awareness and compassion toward all living things.
Promotes local farm foods, helps schools serve them, links new farmers to land, and other resources and supports food and farm business networks.
Family owned and operated farm located 5 miles north of downtown Harbor Springs, Michigan on scenic M119.

We are proud to participate in the Emmet County Recycling program. They help to keep our community beautiful.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

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Julienne Tomatoes Deli & Bakery
4.7
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Michigan Experiences
Michigan Experiences
2022-08-17T17:38:41+0000
The homemade tomatoe soup, quiche and deviled eggs were so delicious.
Clark Andrews
Clark Andrews
2022-07-12T18:53:41+0000
My wife and I were visiting Petoskey and wanted to grab a quick lunch. We split a delicious grilled Ham and Brie... sandwich and a wonderful bowl of Gaspacho soup. The staff was friendly and even cut the large sandwich into 2 halves for each of us. I highly recommend it!read more
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2022-06-03T00:50:34+0000
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Dave Simcox
Dave Simcox
2021-09-30T22:19:35+0000
Great place for breakfast or lunch

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Julienne Tomatoes
4.5
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Michele M.
Michele M.
2019-10-18 06:58:43
This restaurant is an institution. Always great food and staff. I enjoy their house made soups and the Greek is my personal favorite salad. Always busy,...
Rebecca S.
Rebecca S.
2019-10-13 14:46:10
My 10 year old son still talks about the sandwich we had here. Regularly. We were here back in June! He craves it. He says it's one of the best things...
Kay P.
Kay P.
2019-10-10 08:33:34