Named after the Roman goddess, Juno will offer menus that change on the solstices and exquinoxes; special menus designed to complement an assortment of fine teas; and a bite-sized sweets menu to encourage grazing.
The Arctic Club Hotel's website describes it as "a luxurious and authentic 120-room hotel that combines the history and grandeur of an early 20th century men's club with period-inspired Art Deco Moderne design." Not to mention bathrooms stocked with Kiehl's products.
Heading up Juno will be Chef Thomas Kollasch, formerly of the Alderbrook Resort and Spa.
UPDATE: I just learned that Juno has pushed the date back and is now scheduled to open Saturday, July 19th.