Restaurants are about food and service. I had steak special (some type of pepper sauce) which was less than ordinary to not food. Refried beans were inedible, need to replace recipe.
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Dn nJuans is a nice place to catch some Mexican style food. The staff is nice and they do not rush you. They will bring you baske tafter basket of chips and dip if you like. The fajitas are sizzling and they will provide you...More
We had children and came a little early to a near deserted restaurant. By the time we were finished the place was packed. The guacamole smashed up fresh at the table was a good start. There were the normal Mexican offerings of tacos, enchiladas, etc...More
We found the food poorly prepared and not all that tasty. The menu is mostly fast food Mexican (tacos, etc.), so not many choices for a finer meal.
One of the several anchors of good eating in the "Old Village" of Pleasantville, Don Juan is distinguished by the Mexican-craft of the furniture and decor; but especially by the friendliness and competence of the staff.
I knew that I might be in trouble when I realized that there were very few people in the restaurant. The service was poor and the food even worse. The waitress seemed very inpatient when I asked her to explain the difference between a burrito...More
We go to Don Juan very often. We love Mexican food and have been to most in the area and we always go back to Don Juan. Warm fresh chips and salsa. Great margaritas. Fresh food with lots of big fresh veggies in the veggie...More
Go here for the guacamole and margaritas. They make your guacamole table-side and it's damn good every time. If I were you, I'd go spicy, but you can tell them to leave out the habanero if you aren't up for it. Wash that all down...More
Don Juan is your typical Mexican restaurant. By that I mean they have all the staples.....burritos, fajitas, tacos, etc. That being said, we had a nice dinner. We had the very good table side made Guacamole. A nice young man perfomed the service and the...More