The black beans used in the dishes were terrible and ruined most of the meal. Definitely no return visit for us.
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Love the blackened fish tacos. The creamy cilantro and tartar sauce help with flavor and neutralize the spice. The salsa and white queso is good and different from other Mexican restaurants. I have tried other things on the menu but really love those blackened fish...More
This is a small neighborhood restaurant with a loyal following. The bar is well stocked. Drinks are cheap and the food is excellent. We always stop when we are hungry and in the area. BUT the music is always very loud. I have to admit...More
Very tasty and generous portions. I had the flying burrito minus guac. Very good seasonings and i would have it again. My wife had chicken fajitas. It had a generous portion of veggies, which is often overlooked by other places. We will be back. The...More
We frequented the bar as it was the cheapest around for drinks... lol.. However we did eat here and the mexican food is immense, huge portions for cheap money. The service is exeptional very friendly people, the breakfast burrito hit the spot and kept me...More
The lines outside this "creole Mexican" attest to its popularity. Inside your greeted by grungy decor and music. Up loud. Real loud. Creole Mexican is a neat concept but it fails to deliver. Whilst it's achieved a level of fame it fails to hit any...More
Juan's is easily one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Every menu item is great, but my favorite item by far is the Al Pastor burrito. I could eat it every day. Juan's is a great place for friends, family, and young children. It...More