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Julien’s — A pizza by any other name…

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Jean Paul Plant took a moment to relax at his new pizza parlor, Julien’s, in Millbrook. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — The building at 5 Washington Ave., Millbrook, was vacant only a few short months before Rocco’s became Julien’s — and the pizza ovens were turned back on. But, as new owners Jean Paul Plant and his wife, Kay Vanderlyn, are quick to point out, this is a whole new restaurant.

Both trained at the Culinary Institute of America; their menu is varied. Named after their son, Julien, they offer much more than standard Italian fare.

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