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Gender Male
Meaning "belonging to Julius"
Origin Latin
Related names Julius, Julianne, Julia
Popularity Popular names page

Julian, also spelled Julien, is a common male given name in Britain, United States, Ireland, Germany, Poland, France (as Julien) and elsewhere.

The name literally means, in Latin, "belonging to Julius", hence its use for the Julian calendar introduced by Julius Caesar. Some families have taken it as a female name, possibly due to the influence of the French feminine form, Julienne.



Some variations of the name are:

  • Julian
  • Julijan
  • Julien
  • Julyan
  • Julean
  • Juliaan
  • Julianne
  • Julion
  • Julyin
  • Julyon
  • Juliano
  • Julen
  • Juliene
  • Julienn
  • Julienne
  • Jullien
  • Jullin
  • Julyen
  • Jullian
  • Iulian
  • Iulică

A female equivalent is Gillian.


Notable people named Julien/Julian include:






Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Let all people live in harmony ... Men should be taught and won over by reason, not by blows, insults, and corporal punishments.

Flavius Claudius Julianus (c. 33126 June 363) was a philosopher, military leader, and Roman emperor, often referred to as Julian the Apostate because of his rejection of formal Christian doctrines, and opposition to their spread, and sometimes as Julian II, to distinguish him from Didius Julianus.



Those who are in the wrong in matters of supreme importance are objects of pity rather than of hate.
So long as you are a slave to the opinions of the many you have not yet approached freedom or tasted its nectar.
  • By purple death I'm seized and fate supreme.
  • Whither are we fleeing, my most valiant men? Do you not know that flight never leads to safety, but shows the folly of a useless effort? Let us return to our companions, to be at least sharers in their coming glory, if it is without consideration that we are abandoning them as they fight for the Republic.
    • Julian, to his fleeing troops at the Battle of Strasbourg, as recorded by Ammianus Marcellinus, in Book XVI of his history . His army rallied and crushed the Germans. Here, the term "republic" was used in its literal Latin meaning to denote the Roman state.
  • Can anyone be proved innocent, if it be enough to have accused him?
    • Julian, at the trial of Numerius, governor of Gallia Narbonensis, who was accused of embezzlement. Numerius had successfully defended himself against the prosecutor Delphidius, who in his exasperation, declared whether anyone could be found guilty if they only denied the charges, which provoked Julian's response. As quoted in Book XVIII of Ammianus's History.
  • Indeed I have observed that even the Barbarians across the Rhine sing savage songs composed in language not unlike the croaking of harsh-voiced birds, and that they delight in such songs. For I think it is always the case that inferior musicians, though they annoy their audiences, give very great pleasure to themselves
    • Julian, on the songs of the early Germans. As quoted in his Mispogon.
  • But why do you not cease to call Mary the mother of God, if Isaiah nowhere says that he that is born of the virgin is the "only begotten Son of God" and "the firstborn of all creation"?
    • Against the Galileans (c. 361) as translated in The Works of the Emperor Julian, edited by Wilmer Cave Wright, London, W. Heinemann; New York, The Macmillan co., (1913 - 1923), volume 3, p. 399, ISBN 0674990145 ISBN 9780674990142 .
  • I had imagined that the prelates of the Galilaeans were under greater obligations to me than to my predecessor. For in his reign many of them were banished, persecuted, and imprisoned, and many of the so-called heretics were executed ... all of this has been reversed in my reign; the banished are allowed to return, and confiscated goods have been returned to the owners. But such is their folly and madness that, just because they can no longer be despots, ... or carry out their designs first against their brethren, and then against us, the worshippers of the gods, they are inflamed with fury and stop at nothing in their unprincipled attempts to alarm and enrage the people.
    • Edict to the people of Bostra, as quoted in Documents of the Christian Church (1957) by Henry Bettenson
  • They are irreverent to the gods and disobedient to our edicts, lenient as they are. For we allow none of them to be dragged to the altars unwillingly... It is therefore my pleasure to announce and publish to all the people by this edict, that they must not abet the seditions of the clergy ... They may hold their meetings, if they wish, and offer prayers according to their established use ... and for the future, let all people live in harmony ... Men should be taught and won over by reason, not by blows, insults, and corporal punishments. I therefore most earnestly admonish the adherents of the true religion not to injure or insult the Galilaeans in any way ... Those who are in the wrong in matters of supreme importance are objects of pity rather than of hate ...
    • Edict to the people of Bostra, as quoted in Documents of the Christian Church (1957) by Henry Bettenson
  • The end and aim of the Cynic philosophy, as indeed of every philosophy, is happiness, but happiness that consists in living according to nature, and not according to the opinions of the multitude.
    • As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 39; also in The Missing Jesus: Rabbinic Judaism and the New Testament (2003) by Craig Alan Evans, Carl A. Elliott, Bruce Chilton, Jacob Neusner
I think he who knows himself will know accurately, not the opinion of others about him, but what he is in reality…
  • Is it not absurd when a human being tries to find happiness somewhere outside himself, and thinks that wealth and birth and the influence of friends… is of the utmost importance?
    • As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 41
  • So long as you are a slave to the opinions of the many you have not yet approached freedom or tasted its nectar… But I do not mean by this that we ought to be shameless before all men and to do what we ought not; but all that we refrain from and all that we do, let us not do or refrain from merely because it seems to the multitude somehow honorable or base, but because it is forbidden by reason and the god within us.
    • As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 47
  • I think he who knows himself will know accurately, not the opinion of others about him, but what he is in reality… he ought to discover within himself what is right for him to do and not learn it from without…
    • As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 91
  • Nature loves to hide her secrets, and she does not suffer the hidden truth about the essential nature of the gods to be flung in naked words to the ears of the profane…
    • "Oration VII": "To the Cynic Heracleios", as quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 105; also in Hidden Wisdom: Esoteric Traditions and the Roots of Christian Mysticism (2005) by Gedaliahu A. G. Stroumsa, p. 25
  • Zeal to do all that is in one's power is, in truth, a proof of piety.
    • As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 311; also in The Paganism Reader (2004) edited by Chas S. Clifton, Graham Harvey, p. 26
  • Most opportunely friends, has the time now come for me to leave life, which I rejoice to return to Nature, at her demand, like an honorable debtor, not (as some might think) bowed down with sorrow, but having learned much from the general conviction of philosophers how much happier the soul is than the body, and bearing in mind that whenever a better condition is severed from a worse, one should rejoice, rather than grieve...Considering, then that the aim of a just ruler is the welfare and security of its subjects, I was always, as you know, more inclined to peaceful measures, excluding from my conduct all license, the corrupter of deeds and of character…And therefore I thank the eternal power that I meet my end, not from secret plots, nor from the pain of a tedious illness, nor by the fate of a criminal, but that in the mid-career of glorious renown I have been founds worthy of so noble a departure from this world...
    • Julian, mortally wounded in battle, upon his deathbed, as recorded by Ammianus Marcellinus (who was probably present) in Book XXV of his history.
  • Who and from where are you Dionysus?
    Since by the true Bacchus,
    I do not recognize you; I know only the son of Zeus.
    While he smells like nectar, you smell like a goat.
    Can it be then that the Celts because of lack of grapes
    Made you from cereals? Therefore one should call you
    Demetrius, not Dionysus, rather wheat born and Bromus,
    Not Bromius.
    • As quoted in The Barbarian's Beverage: A History of Beer in Ancient Europe (2005) by Max Nelson, p. 28. In this epigram, Julian mocked the beer of the Germans and Celts as disgusting and uncouth.
  • No wild beasts are so dangerous to men as Christians are to one another.
    • As quoted by Procopius, as translated in Barbarians: An Alternative Roman History (2006) by Terry Jones, p. 226 ISBN 9780563539162


  • Vicisti, Galilaee
    • "You have conquered, Galilean" or "You have won, Galilean."
    • This has often been attributed to him, as his last words, but it actually originates much later.

Quotes about Julian

  • Erring soul of man — if thou wast indeed forced to err, it shall surely be accounted to thee for good on that great day when the Mighty One shall descend in the clouds to judge the living dead and the dead who are yet alive!
  • Of all the emperors, one there was whom I recall from boyhood — bold in war, a lawgiver, far-famed in word and deed; he cared much for his country, but care not for the true faith, and loved a host of gods, False to the Lord, although true to the world.
    • Adrian Murdoch quoting 'Prudentius' (Writing about Julian in 405 AD) in The Last Pagan (2003)
  • More than any other Hellenic thinker, Julian insisted on the virtue of paradox and on the importance of the search for religious truth.
    • Gedaliahu A. G. Stroumsa in Hidden Wisdom: Esoteric Traditions and the Roots of Christian Mysticism (2005)

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Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikitravel

Julian is in San Diego County, about one hour inland from San Diego. A mountain town situated among Cleveland National Forest, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Julian gets the kind of seasonal weather that is rare in Southern California. Leaves change color in fall, snow falls in winter, flowers bloom in spring and the summer months are hot.

Julian was founded by Confederate veterans after the Civil War, and enjoyed a boom when gold was discovered in the area a few years later.

Get in

By car

From San Diego: Take I-8 E to CA-79. Turn left onto CA-79. CA-79 goes through Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, past Lake Cuyamaca, and eventually to the center of Julian. Or, take I-15 N to Scripps Poway Pkwy. Take Scripps Poway Pkwy to CA-67N, which turns into CA-78 - which also goes through the center of Julian.

Get around

Once you arrive in Julian the best thing to do is find parking and stroll Main Street. To visit the local wineries and state parks you will need to drive.

  • Anza Borrego Desert State Park, (760) 767-5311, [1]. Camping, biking, hiking, a large variety of flowering cacti, palm groves, bighorn sheep and exotic birds.  edit
  • Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, 760-765-0755, [2]. The beautiful park offers camping and hiking in an oak woodland forest, with a sprinkling of pines and lovely meadows with creeks. There are over 100 miles of trails which accommodate hikers, bikers, and equestrians.  edit
  • Lake Cuyamaca Recreation & Park District, 15027 Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036, (877) 581-9904, [3]. Family fishing lake with camping. Picnicking, boating, hiking, nature walks and cabins. Terrific wildlife watching. Free fishing class every Saturday. Cabins with lake view.   edit
  • Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation, (760) 765-2300, [4]. Preserve is home to wildlife, spring wildflowers, several species of oak and pine. Guided walks on weekends. Trailhead: off Farmer Road, north of Julian; take Farmer Road to Wynola Road, turn right 100 yards, turn left on Farmer Road; enter trail through stone gates.  edit
  • A Rose Path, 2229 Main Street (next to the Julian Pie Company), (760) 765-1551, [5]. Featuring: Lucia's Essentials: Candles Made on Premises, Natural Aromatics, Local Artisan Works, Distinctive Textiles, Vintage Décor The Julian Art Gallery: Fine Art by Area Artists Julian Images Gallery: Local Nature Photography by Graham Wilder  edit
  • Art Elite, (760) 765-1774, [6]. Art Elite, stylish, smart and slightly snobbish. Gallery / studio located on Van Duesen Road in Julian, holds a spirited collection of art objects and wearable art created by a variety of selected artists.  edit
  • Falcon Gallery, 2015A Main Street, (760) 765-1509. Limited edition prints books, jewelry, home accents and gifts. Our childrens room features educational supplies and books.  edit
  • Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, 30352 Highway 78, Santa Ysabel, (760) 765-1676. Exhibiting regional contemporary and traditional artists in all media with emphasis on California style plein air painting and local artist James Hubbell. Located in historic and picturesque Hillyer house.  edit
  • The Skagen Ranch Studio, P.O. Box 1557 Julian, CA 92036, (252) 671-3727. Housed in a historic barn, the Skagen Ranch Studio offers fine art from Africa, India, Romania and other countries around the world. By appointment only.  edit
  • Mountain Beadworks, Highway 78, Wynola, P.O. Box 759, Julian, CA 92036 (In Wynola, just 3 miles west of Julian.), (760) 765-3100, [7]. Beads, gifts, classes, family activities and fun (and Golden Retrievers, too.) We will help you complete the jewelry you design.  edit
  • Lake Cuyamaca, 15027 Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-0515 (877) 581-9904, [8]. Open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. until sunset. Fishing permits - $6 for adults - $3.50 for kids (8 through 15) You will need a California State Fishing License if you are 16 years of age or older. Motorboat rentals - $40 all day - $30 after 1 p.m. Rowboats - $15 all day - $12 after 1 p.m.  edit
  • Country Carriages, Corner of Washington and Main Streets, (760) 765-1471, [9]. Explore Julian and surrounding scenic countryside in an authentic, old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage. Driver will point out the historic sights and share local lore.  edit
  • Main Street Carriage Company, Corner of Main and Washington, (760) 765-0438. Historic 15 minute narrated tour of downtown Julian on a horse-drawn surrey. We are able to accommodate large group tours. Available for parties or special events.  edit
  • Santa Ysabel Casino, 25575 Highway 79, P.O. Box 600, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, (760) 782-0909, [10]. The newest hidden jewel of San Diego County, with 349 latest themed slot machines, live $2 blackjack and delicious low-cost food. This casino is filled with friendly staff that is ready to serve you. Enjoy the Orchard Restaurant where the beauty of Palomar Mountain and Lake Henshaw will take your breath away. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Julian.  edit
  • California Overland, LLC, 1233 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 92004, (866) 639-7567, (760) 767-1232, [11]. Adventure calls! Explore the Anza-Borrego desert on 2 and 4 hour tours, overnight camping trips or full 30+ hour excursions aboard ex-military troop carriers. Private jeep tours also.  edit
  • Enthrall, Inc., (760) 782-9202, [12]. Provides Julian 1870s Gold Rush Tours and field trips, including the musical Gold Hill, town site guided tour, Eagle Mine tour & lunch.  edit
  • Eagle And High Peak Mine, End of C Street, P.O. Box 624, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-0036. Tour one of Julian's original gold mines. Guides lead you through the intricate path of tunnels in the hard rock mine and share tales of the life of early residents of Julian. Call for hours of operation.  edit
  • Julian Mining Company, (951) 313-0166, [13]. Discover gold & minerals using gold pans, sluice box and 'rockers.' Hayrides, U-Press cider, gift shop, raspberry picking & pumpkin patch in fall.  edit
  • Julian Doves & Desperados, (760) 765-1857 (ask for Krisie), [14]. Julian's own reenactment group. See them in town on Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Skits (weather permitting) at 1 p.m., 2 p.m. & 3 p.m. at their stage area between Cabbages & Kings and the Julian Market & Deli.  edit
  • Julian Stables, P.O. Box 881, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1598, [15]. Experience the most scenic side of Julian from the area's "original trail riding stables." Unparalleled views. Thousands of satisfied customers. Reservations required.  edit
  • Kenner Horse Ranch: Horseback Rides & Events, 17550 Harrison Park Road, P.O. Box 427, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 473-5681, [16]. A ride to remember. Beautiful backcountry scenery. You'll love our horses! Guided and safe. Mountain ridges, wooded forests, alpine meadow, ponds. Wonderful wildlife. reservations please.   edit
  • Julian Pioneer Museum, (760) 765-0227. The museum is housed in an old stone building that was once the Mayerhofer Brewery & Treshil Blacksmith Shop. Located at 2811 Washington St., it is 1 block from the Town Hall. Nicknamed, “Julian’s Little Attic” the museum is a treasure chest of artifacts from our not-too-distant past.  edit
  • Observer's Inn/Observatory/Gifts, 3535 Highway 79, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-0088, [17]. Open Monday-Wednesday, Friday & Saturday Julian's crystal clear mountain air is a perfect setting for this unique 1 hour tour of the night sky. View the planets, galaxies, star clusters and the moon through large research grade telescopes. An experienced astronomer leads you through this visual delight. $20 per person/up to 10 people per session; advance reservations required (no credit cards accepted.)  edit
  • Himalaya Tourmaline Mine, 26439 Highway 76, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, (775) 830-5797, [18]. Dig pink and green tourmaline gemstones from world famous Himalaya Tourmaline Mine. Open year-round, rain or shine, Thursday - Monday at Lake Henshaw Resort.  edit
  • Smith Ranch, (760) 765-2288, [19]. Enjoy a 1-mile train ride on the SR&J narrow gauge mining railroad. Disembark to explore an 1870 gold rush mine. Educational "Pioneerways Adventure Tours" are also available. Reservations required  edit
  • Julian Historic Walking Tour, (760) 765-1857. Map available for self-tour at the Chamber office located at the Town Hall---on the corner of Main & Washington Streets. Plaques placed on historic buildings on Main, Second, Third, Washington, B and C Streets reveal Julian history from Gold Rush times to the 1920s.  edit
  • Belle Marie Winery
  • Bernardo Winery
  • Chateau Dragoo
  • Fallbrook Winery
  • Ferrara Winery
  • Twin Oaks Valley Winery
  • Witch Creek Winery
  • J. Jenkins Winery
  • Menghini Winery
  • Orfila Winery
  • Schwaesdall Winery
  • Shadow Mountain Vineyards and Winery
  • Apple Lane Orchard Apples, fresh cider, preserves, fruits and souvenirs, so bring your cameras. ¼ mile East of town on Highway 78 across from the High School football field. 760) 765-2645 2641 Apple Lane, P.O. Box 760, Julian, CA 92036 Email:
  • Apple Starr Orchards - U-Pick We are a Certified Organic Orchard (California Certified Organic Farm) since 2000. Apples and Pears numbering 1000 trees. We have u-pick in September until the end of harvest (October.) We pack and box fruit for retail outlets. Email:
  • Calico Ranch Open October 2, 2009, Friday through Sunday, 10a.m. to 5p.m. until the apples are gone. Our farm was first planted in the 1930’s with many varieties of antique apples and pears now available for fresh fruit sales. (858) 586- 0392 4200 Highway 78, Julian, CA 92036 Email:
  • O'Dell's Organic Orchard - U-Pick Certified organic pear orchard - Open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. We have the best pears around - fresh eggs & goat milk for animal use only. Email:
  • Peacefield Orchard - U-Pick U-PICK apple orchard. Plus Healthy Chocolate & Healthy Coffee. (760) 443-3930 3803 Wynola Road, Julian, CA 92036
  • Raven Hill Orchard - U-Pick Apple orchard featuring 8000 dwarf trees growing seven varieties, managed by the Brady Brothers since January 2005. (760) 765-2431 1284 Julian Orchards Drive, P.O. Box 981, Julian, CA 92036 Email:
  • Wynola Valley Orchard We grow over 30 varieties of apples and pears. Visit our farmstand to enjoy the taste of grower direct fruit that you won't find in supermarkets. (760) 765-9792 3962 Highway 78, Julian, CA 92036
  • The American Gardner, 2116 Main Street, +1 760 765-2152, [20].
  • Bad Betty's Old West Gifts and Jewlery Replicas of Old West weapons, lingerie, Native American Indian items, jewelry, gifts for golfers, and much, much more, 2116 Main St, +1 760 765-0777, [21].
  • The Birdwatcher, 2775 B Street, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1817, [22]. Everything for people who love wild birds. Featuring birdhouses, bird feed, bird feeders, books, music, apparel, gifts for the garden & much more! Visit us in the heart of historic downtown Julian or shop online.  edit
  • Santa Ysabel Indian Mission & Padre Gift Shop, 23013 Highway 79, P.O. Box 129, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, (760) 765-0810. Museum, religious articles & everyday gifts and collectibles.   edit
  • Grandpa's Old Time Photo, 2116 Main St., Ste 1D, P.O. Box 1393, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1541. Old time costume photography in sepia tone. Over 20 years experience. Specialize in all areas. 1-10 people and people with dogs. $29 for 2 people.  edit
  • Crossroads Treasures, 21952 B, Hwy 79, P.O. Box 317, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, (760) 765-2530, [23]. Rock and Gift Shop selling rocks and minerals, books, native American jewelry and artifacts, gem sluice, geode cutting, yard art and plants, pendulums and crystals.  edit
  • Hog Heaven, 2000 Main Street, P.O. Box 1390, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-2966, [24]. Providing goods that Bikers find useful, functional, fun, warm or just plain cool! Includes thermal underwear, socks, warm clothing, masks, gloves, cargo needs, etc. for the ride.  edit
  • Julian Yesteryears, 2116 Main Street, Suite D, P.O. Box 1447, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1020, [25]. Progressively old fashioned gifts, jewelry, collectibles. Local arts, local crafts.  edit
  • Pie Town Gear, 2317 Main Street, P.O. Box 606, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1645. Purveyors of outdoor adventure equipment. Featuring Day Packs, Backpacks, Clothing, Shoes and Gear. Also, Maps, Books and Cleveland National Forest Adventure Passes.  edit
  • Pistols & Petticoats, 2116 Main Street (upstairs), P.O. Box 1071, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1744. Go back in time to the old west in this unique gift store. You'll find items from the parlor to the boudoir reminiscent of old saloon days.  edit
  • Town Hall Crafters, (760) 765-1291. Hand-crafted items made by local crafters. Sewing, woodwork, jewelry. Craft shows held monthly in the Julian Town Hall.  edit
  • Wynola Farms Marketplace/Julian Certified Farmers Market, 4470 Highway 78, P.O. Box 69, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 885-8364, [26]. A rustic former apple cider house that currently features shopping, wine tasting, hard apple cider tasting and the Julian Certified Farmers Market every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.   edit
  • Wynola Junction Antiques and Collectibles, 4326 Highway 78, Wynola - Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-4758, [27]. A variety of antique and collectible dealers located in the historical fruit packing shed in Wynola - three miles West of Julian. Open: 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  edit


Julian is known for its apple pie. Visiting for even an hour and not having any would be a serious oversight. Most are on Main Street and cannot be missed, since there are often lines outside the store fronts.

  • Apple Alley Bakery, 2122 Main Street, (760) 765-2532. Serving a variety of homemade apple pies, pastries and cookies. Lunch menu includes potpies, calzone, soup, sandwiches and salad.  edit
  • Julian Pie Company, 2225 Main Street, Julian or 21976 Highway 79, Santa Ysabel, (760) 765-2449, [28]. Locally owned family business specializing in apple pies and cider donuts. Some 17,000 trees provide apples for pies at our Julian and Santa Ysabel locations.  edit
  • Mom’s Pies, 2119 Main Street, (760) 765-2472, [29]. Through the front window, watch Mom’s bakers lovingly prepare pies and baked goods for you. Steaming soups and sandwiches served on freshly baked whole-wheat buns.  edit
  • The Candy Basket, (760) 765-0785. Old-fashioned "Real" Candy Store. 450 types of candy, hand-made fudge, maple, licorice, salt water taffy, chocolates.  edit
  • Julian Cider Mill, Corner of Main and B Streets, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1430. Candy, caramel apples, honey, dried fruits, apple butter, jams and jellies, marmalades, preserves, cider, honey.  edit
  • Bailey Woodpit Barbecue, 2307 Main Street, (760) 765-3757. Texas style barbecue, wood smoked meats, fresh homemade salads, rolls, pies, live Music Friday & Saturday nights, catering available. Beer, wine, cocktails, kids menu, Visa/MC  edit
  • Candied Apple Pastry Company, 2128 Fourth Street, Julian, CA 92036, 760.765.2655, [30]. Candied Apple Pastry Company is a full service pastry shop specializing in Classic Pastries, Artisan Breads and Elegant Wedding Cakes. Offering Julian's only Candied Apples.  edit
  • Cowgirl Cafe, 2116 Main Street, (760) 765-2167. A charming rustic decor with a cowgirl touch. Featuring our famous Cowboy Meat Loaf Sandwich, our fabulous Apple Cider Float and various other items.  edit
  • Jeremy's on the Hill, 4354 Highway 78, (760) 765-1587, [31]. California fresh cuisine. Our chef is dedicated to using the finest, freshest ingredients available. Fabulous burgers made from scratch to gourmet dinners. Beer, wine & champagne  edit
  • Margarita’s Restaurant, 2018 Main Street, (760) 765-3980, [32]. Fine traditional Mexican & American cuisine (breakfast, lunch & dinner) served in a friendly family atmosphere. Assorted beer, drinks, local wines & desserts also served.  edit
  • Miner’s Diner, 2130 Main Street, (760) 765-3753. Original olde-fashioned soda fountain and diner with full breakfast and lunch menu. Daily specials. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  edit
  • Poncho Villas, 2907 Washington Street, (760) 765-1810. Authentic Mexican food. All dishes are homemade. Famous for our Carne Asada. We also serve Pizza / Lasagna. Beer and Wine. Inside dining and drive-through. M/C & Visa. Family owned - 12 years.  edit
  • The Round-Up BBQ Grill, 26439 Highway 76, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, (760) 782-2729, [33]. Dine in our rustic western setting overlooking beautiful Lake Henshaw. Specializing in wood fire grilling and rotisserie. Serving local natural beef. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Beer & wine. Catering available.  edit
  • Romano's Dodge House, 2718 B Street, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1003, [34]. Intimate dining in lovely setting. Old world cooking where selections are stylish and plentiful. Italian specialties. Patio dining available  edit
  • Rongbranch Restaurant, 2722 Washington Street, (760) 765-2265, [35]. Steaks, seafood, down-home cooking. Lunch and dinner daily.  edit
  • Soups & Such Cafe & Flowers by Lani, 2000 Main Street, Ste. 101, (760) 765-4761. Intimate cafe with fresh flowers all around... Eggs Benedict is our specialty for breakfast and specialty soups & salads for lunch.  edit
  • Wynola Pizza Express, 4355 Highway 78 (three miles west of Julian), (760) 765-1004, [36]. Three miles West of Julian. Open: 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. Open until 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday. Closed Tuesdays. Live music Saturday. More than gourmet pizza. Many "from scratch" & vegetarian dishes. Patio & Dining Room seating. A local favorite.  edit
  • Julian Tea & Cottage Arts, 2124 Third Street, (760) 765-0832, [37]. Tea is served daily in a charming turn-of-the-century home. Afternoon Tea consists of finger sandwiches, scone with whipped cream, homemade jam and dessert.  edit
  • Julian Gold Rush Hotel 2032 Main Street, P.O. Box 1856, Julian, CA 92036, +1 800 734-5854, +1 760 765-0201, [38]. Bed and breakfast.
  • Orchard Hill Country Inn 2502 Washington St., +1 800 71-ORCHARD, +1 760 765-0290, Restful and romantic AAA four-diamond inn with 22 rooms in downtown Julian. Each stay includes a full breakfast and afternoon hors d'ouevres. An excellent, flavorful four-course dinner is also served on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. Please see our web site for our current specials and packages. You may call us directly or book online. [39].
  • Pinecrest Private Retreat, 3936 Highway 79, P.O. Box 926, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-0464, [40]. Rv and Camping retreat specializing in vintage trailers located on 85 wooded acres. Group camping; limited hook-ups; dump station; Olympic pool. Located 3 miles south of Julian.  edit
  • Pinezanita RV Park and Campgrounds, 4446 Highway 79, (760) 765-0429, [41]. Clean and quiet campground rated in Top 10 in southern California. RV and tent camping, fishing pond, campfires allowed. Located four miles south of Julian.  edit
  • Wikiup Bed & Breakfast, (760) 765-1890 / (800) 6-WIKIUP, [42]. Secluded, romantic four room B & B, located in the woods one mile from Julian, which features private hot and whirlpool tubs, fireplaces and featherbeds. AAA / 3 diamond approved.  edit
  • At Tucker Peak Lodge, 3975 Eagle Peak Road, P.O. Box 336, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-3975, [43]. Breathtaking views, beautiful Victorian decor, honeymoon suite and family rooms. Jacuzzi tub, fireplace and queen bed in rooms. Satellite TV and AC. Children OK.  edit
  • Butterfield Bed & Breakfast, (760) 765-2179 / (800) 379-4262, [44]. Five charming rooms, fireplaces, gourmet breakfasts, AAA Three Diamond Rating.  edit
  • Eaglenest Bed & Breakfast, (760) 765-1252 / (888) 345-6378, [45]. Town site Victorian with Great Views . Four guestrooms feature fireplaces, tv/dvd/cd stereos, private patios and a two room suite. Full Country Breakfast & Desserts, AC, Pool & Spa, WIFI, kids 5 years + welcome, Golden Retrievers! Sleeps up to 11, extra person fee.  edit
  • Historical House Lodging, (760) 765-1931, [46]. Old Julian charm, town site, 3 suites sleep 2-10.  edit
  • Horseman’s Inn, (760) 765-1034 / (888) 765-1159, [47]. Romantic private atmosphere, Jacuzzi, situated on six-acre horse ranch.  edit
  • Mountain High Bed & Breakfast, 4110 Deer Lake Park Road, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-1083, [48]. Picture-beautiful country setting. Trees, gardens, charming, intimate. Rose Cottage for 2; or Woods Room for 2. Private entry, patio, bath, fireplace. Elegant, Spa/gazebo. Room Service. Breakfasts.  edit
  • Oak Hill Farm Lodging, 3333 Coleman Circle, P.O. Box 2125, Julian, CA 92036, (760) 765-2356, [49]. Walk to downtown from your spacious country room. Great amenities at very affordable rates: private baths and entries, guest-only pool, continental breakfast provided in room.  edit
  • Observers Inn, (760) 765-0088, [50]. Private guest rooms. Lobby with TV and library. Enjoy guided tour of planets, star clusters, galaxies and moon with our on site observatory telescopes.  edit
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See also Julián, and jùliǎn



Proper noun


  1. The Roman emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus or Julian the Apostate.
  2. A male given name derived, via Julianus from Julius
  3. A female given name derived from Juliana. It was popular in medieval England but today mostly appears in the form Gillian.


  • 1813 George Crabbe: Tracy. Poems by George Crabbe, Adolphus William Ward,The University Press 1907. page 455:
    "I'll give the Boy a Name you must approve:
    He shall be Julian!" "An heroic Name
    Of some old fool!" said the indignant Dame.
    "Fool!" said the Husband; "nay, a glorious Prince;
    Nor have Mankind beheld his equal since,
    He the whole World from Superstition Free'd
    And left the Bigots neither Cross or Creed.




  1. of, or relating to Julius Caesar

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  1. A male given name derived from Latin Julianus.


Proper noun


  1. A male given name derived from Latin Julianus.


Proper noun


  1. A male given name derived from Latin Julianus.

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