Addicted!!!. I come to the city every weekend and Juans is a must! I have never been disappointed. One thing's for sure.... their A/C works great! Great margarita's too!
Fly Over. Everything here is good and cheap. If you like Mexican, this is the place.
Best flying burrito ever.
This is a review of the Magazine St. Juan's. I can't speak for any of the new locations. Best flying burrito ever. Like I said in the subject. Food is really good. Music is really good. Service is kind of bad, but that's the point (it was better when you had to get your own food, and the cooks all smoked over the food they were preparing).
This is possibly the coolest place (for food to put inside of you) in the city.
This restaraunt was filthy and the food mediocre.
Can't believe this was even considered as best of anything.
flying fish tacos. Juan's rules. The fish tacos are the best and they only cost 5 or 6 bucks. Loads of veggie options, too- I like the Western mixed veggie and the Super Green burritos. My husband gets the pork quesadilla every time. Juan's satisfies the urge to eat dinner out, while being super cheap- even with beer, our dinners are always under twenty bucks for both.
it rocks. fresh ingredients & "build your own" burritos & quesadillas. best guacamole. great for herbivores or carnivores. very inexpensive dining & friendly service
I visit New Orleans for personal and business reasons about four times a year. Every time I go I'm sure to stop in two or three times for a bite to eat at JUAN'S FLYING BURRITO. Man, this place is the best! Where else can you get cheap beer, Sloppy Seconds and Black Flag on the CD player, and the best Tex-Mex food this side of, well, Tex-Mex!
Want to know a secret? Next time you're there be sure to meet Judson - he's famous!
Flying Goodness.. Delicious. Great for vegetarians. I recommend the Jerk Chicken Burrito.
a one of a kind, hip restaurant. this place is the coolest and tastiest mexican restaurant in town. hands down!
Don't bring the family.... The fare at Juan's is indeed uniformly satisfying, and almost anything you order will be rewarding. The atmosphere, however, has its drawbacks. The smallish front dining room is comfortable enough, and the larger back room is certainly airier and better for large groups. But the no-frills decor teeters precariously on the thin line between minimalist charm and just plain run-down. The heavily-pierced, midriff-baring waitstaff is friendly enough, but your in-laws or kids might be put off. Solid, fun food, but don't stray too far outside its target Uptown boho chic demographic.
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