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February 14, 2010



Great photos. We love Juveniles, but I've never thought of it as anything other than Willi's poor relation. You did a terrific job of making it look as inviting as it actually feels once you get there.


This is a very sweet piece. I'm a big fan of Tim and Juveniles. I hope to go back soon.

Château du Petit Thouars

This is definitely a place that every wine lover visiting Paris should know about!


If I'm not wrong, Torbreck's Cuvee Juveniles was created for this bar...


I love this place and this man (Tim)...my Dad! Thank you for such a great description of both of them!
ps : those painting aren't by my sister's but a friend of tim's!


Yes, that's right, Rajesh, I remember that. Didn't taste it though.
Thank you Margaux ! And thank you for dropping in ! I edit the painting thing right away.

petra, london

the place is an institution and should be visited whenever possible. i have been going back since it opened in 1987 and it never fails to bring a smile to one's face. Enjoy.

Peter Hendrixson

Wonderful portrait of the place and the man! I had the privilege of working for Tim at Juve's in 1988, and have been back a couple of times since. I'm looking forward to seeing him and Steph in NYC this weekend. He is truly a unique human being, and they are two of my favorite people on the planet.

Greg NYC

I am looking foward to visiting in Feb 2011. :-)


Visiting March 23-26. Hoping to find a Savignin. Do you bring it from Cotes de Jura?

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