Their pizza is pretty good, but very expenseive....and not nearly as good as it was 20 years ago (I think it's the pre-shredded cheese, which is always coated with cellulose--and no one wants to go to the trouble of grating their own). Their bakery goods are okay sometimes, but have been stale several times (even on Tuesdays, after they've been closed on Monday). Hubby often buys the "day old" stuff and then we throw it out...because it's really "week old." They good salads and very good meatloaf, which I like to buy once in awhile to have on hand for meatloaf sandwiches when everyone in the family has a busy/different schedule and making dinner is pointless.
I can't say enough on how much I love Julian Brothers Bakery! They did a wonderful job on my wedding cake for my august 2008 wedding! I went to different bakeries asking about the cost of a 3 tired wedding cake. Most places charged me 500-700 dollars!! for a wedding cake. I went to Julians and they gave me everything and more and I only paid 350 dollars for a 3 tired wedding cake for 200 people. The cake was awesome and everyone was complementing it. I will recommend them to anyone! Also the owner was awesome! He is so nice.
This bakery provides the very best Sicilian bread with sesame seeds I have had the pleasure to eat. The eclairs are delicious, too. But the Napoleans are exquisite. My sister comes in from Kansas and those are on her "must have" list. Worth the trip. I was surprised to learn there isn't this kind of old-fashioned bakery everywhere.