Juan’s Flying Burrito
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Juan’s Flying Burrito information
The answer to that perennial question, ‘What happens when you cross a bunch of skinny-jean-clad hipsters with a tortilla is, ta da: Juan’s. The food is about as authentically Mexican as Ontario, but it’s still good. The hefty burritos pack a satisfying punch against your hunger and the margaritas are damn tasty.