Mount Juliet was incorporated as a city in 1969. It has been one of the fastest growing cities since then.
Mount Juliet is commonly abbreviated as Mt. Juliet or M.J. by the locals.
Mount Juliet has outgrown Lebanon (Tennessee), earning the title of the largest city of Wilson County.
You are able to drive in from I-40 East/West bound at Exit 226 A-B-C.
Close airports include Nashville International Airport (about 13 miles away) and Lebanon Municipal Airport (about 13 miles away).
There are sidewalks along Mount Juliet Road.
The Music City Star [dead link], a train service that runs from Lebanon to Downtown Nashville, has a station at 22 East Division Street in Mount Juliet.
City Park Providence Marketplace - Southern Mount Juliet
Providence Marketplace, an outdoor shopping center next to Interstate 40, has over 50 retailers, 19 restaurants, and one movie theater, Regal Providence 14.
Long Hunter State Park is located south of Providence Marketplace on South Mount Juliet Road.
There are two lakes in Mount Juliet: Old Hickory in the north and Percy Priest in the south.
Most restaurants in Northern Mount Juliet are along Lebanon Road/Highway 70. These include:
- Cinco de Mayo
- El OK Corral
- JB's Pour House
- Los Compadres
Restaurants along North Mount Juliet Road include:
- Billy Goat Coffee
- China Moon
- The Corner Pub
There are many restaurants in Providence Marketplace, in Southern Mount Juliet:
- Calemara's Gyros
- Cori's Doghouse
- Fulin's Asian Cuisine
- Logan's Roadhouse
- Marble Slab
- NYNY Pizza
- WOW Cafe & Wingery
- YoSo Delicious Frozen Yogurt
Other restaurants around Providence Marketplace include:
- Cheddar's Casual Cafe
- Far East Buffet
- Five Guys
- Jonathan's Grille
- Peachwave Frozen Yogurt
La Quinta - Providence area
|Routes through Mount Juliet|
|Memphis ← Nashville ←||W E||→ Lebanon → Knoxville|
|Nashville ← Hermitage ←||W E||→ Lebanon → Knoxville|
|Nashville ← Hermitage ←||W E||→ Lebanon → END|