We had an appetizer of zucchini and calamari fritters (chopped up together then fried), and meat lasagna and stuffed chicken entrees. For dessert, I tried the Italian cheesecake, which had the texture of a New York cheesecake but the flavor of a ricotta cheesecake.
We brought along our two-year-old who happily ate the fritters and lasagna. I wouldn't call Julie's a family restaurant, but they were certainly child-friendly. They did have a highchair.
The restaurant was almost empty while we were there -- I guess the Atlantis restaurants are really much more of a draw for guests, but we were pleased with our meal and any dinner for two (actually three with the baby) on Paradise Island for under $80 is a deal.
Cortlandt Manor, New York
May 20, 2004
From journal Family-Friendly Atlantis