Juan's thrives on Magazine Street's funkiest block, a mishmash of retro clothiers, boutiques, spas and antique parlors. The tattooed-attitude crowd working at Juan's serves suits to families to gutter punks with equal parts smile and snarl. The music is loud and heavy, the artwork suitably oddball.
Juan's does things with burritos you wouldn't believe. Overstuffing tortillas with Southwest specialties, fresh veggies and spicy peppers is nothing new, but these wraps rise above. Start with chips and some of the city's best salsa. Build your own burrito in the traditional or super style. Better yet, try a specialty burrito, like jerk chicken, super green or the namesake flying burrito--a gargantuan wrap of steak, chicken, shrimp and fixings. Two sauces accompany everything; both are excellent. Once you've sampled all the wraps, Juan's salads, quesadillas and enchiladas carry on the Mexican cause.
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