Boyfriend wanted to try this spot after walking passed it. We went on a Sunday so it was a little busy but the wait wasn't that long. The bar looked like a popular spot and the drinks sounded tasty although we didn't try any. My...More
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This restaurant has a huge menu with so many unique options. It is a perfect blend of Mexican and New Orleans foods, especially the Louisiana blackened fish tacos! All the staff were so fun and nice, and our server even made a huge list of...More
The queue when we got to Juan's indicated we were in for a good dinner, looks can be deceiving. The decor is fun, our server was kind of indifferent, he obviously would have rather been somewhere else. When the food came I didn't feel there...More
Second time we have been and it was great. Good variety, great atmosphere and service. Prices are very reasonable for the portions you receive.
We ate at this location today and was just as pleased as with the Magazine St restaurant. The enchiladas were excellent as was the cheese dip, salsa, and guacamole. We met the general manager who was extremely nice. The place was busy, but service was...More
Juan's Flying Burrito is one of my favorite places to eat at in New Orleans- great and unique Tex-Mex, with a New Orlean's twist. Due to popularity, expect around a 45-minute wait (or longer during weekends), Try the Bacon-Azul Quesadilla- the ranch-based dipping sauce that...More
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