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In the early 1900s, Juliette, GA was a booming community along the railroad tracks and the Ocmulgee River. As time marched on, changes in the economy left Juliette a ghost town. the community lay waiting…for something to breathe life into it.
Then in 1991, the sleepy little community of Juliette was discovered by the producers of the movie Fried Green Tomatoes. The river, the railroad, and the quaint old buildings provided just the right ingredients for the movie. Today, Juliette is bustling with life. Visitors from all over the country come to browse the unique shops for antiques, stroll through the scenic community, and of course to taste those famous fried green tomatoes at the cafe. Come on down and enjoy some true southern hospitality and experience what made Juliette famous.