Mt. Juliet is home to several large retail centers. Providence Marketplace is an 850,000 square-foot shopping center off Interstate 40 that is home to more than 100 retailers. All your familiar favorites, such as Target, Best Buy, and PetSmart are here, along with restaurants and a 14-screen multiplex theater. If you are looking for shops with local flavor, there are plenty from which to choose. Antique lovers can easily spend a day wandering through PJ’s Flea Market for treasures. For the perfect necklace to go with a new dress, Ramona & Co. has a beautiful assortment of reasonably priced jewelry and accessories.
Fresh from the Farms
Summer and autumn mean delicious, farm fresh produce that is the perfect accompaniment to any home-cooked meal. The Mt. Juliet Farmer’s Market is open rain or shine during these two seasons, four days a week. The market’s motto is “Pick Tennessee Products” and with so many delicious options you may not want to go anywhere else. Friendly vendors greet you at every stall as you take your pick of juicy strawberries, sweet corn, plump blueberries, and plenty of other fruits and vegetables. You can also purchase homemade jams, jellies, and relishes, all made fresh and canned at the peak of perfection.
Night Time is the Rig
When your week is finished, and it is time to have fun, let the bright lights and live music lead you out into Mt. Juliet’s diverse nightlife opportunities. Start off at Coach’s Eastgate Grill for pool, darts, and the best tunes from the jukebox. Make new friends and meet up with people you know for some roaring good times at Kavanagh's Irish Pub & Restaurant. Not a fancy place but perfect if you want a pint of Guinness or some excellent Scotch eggs and shepherd’s pie. Take in some local music talent at the Rusty Nail, which has a volleyball sand pit out back.