Juliet Supper Club quietly reopened its doors this past weekend, just two weeks after a violent shooting incident that left one man dead and one wounded. Juliet remained closed after the shooting to allow the NYPD to conduct a thorough investigation but threw open its doors for the first time last Friday night and is now open on a limited basis. A rep for the club confirms the reopening but also tells Eater that "since the targeted act of senseless violence on Tuesday Nov 15; Juliet and its owners have decided to cancel their popular Sunday and Monday night party's indefinitely," which are arguably the club's biggest nights. However, Juliet will still offer its "Tuesday through Saturday dinner experiences from 6 PM till 12 AM with selected nightlife series events Thursday through Saturday."
The police have not made any arrests and showed up at a New York Giants practice a few days ago to ask the players who were at the club during the shooting if they could provide any information. Juliet has promised to retrain its employees and security staff in an effort to make the place safer, and the SLA has opened an investigation into the club.
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