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December 1, 2008
Woodstock, New York
July 12, 2006
The place is tiny; some might call it a hole-in-the-wall. Nevertheless, if you can't get a table, you can always take your food and sit on the bench outside where you can have loads of fun just people watching. (Trust me, Woodstock has its share of colorful characters.) If it's a Sunday in the summer, you can watch the drum circle on the village green right through the door that's always open.
As far as the food goes, it is quite good. The menu options are somewhat limited, with your standard taco salad/taco/burrito items. They have just added breakfast, though, and if you're around in the morning, you should definitely give Taco Juan's a shot for breakfast. Their breakfast burritos (with sausage for the meat eaters and black beans for vegetarians like me) are packed full of yumminess. A baby burrito (plenty of food for me) will only set you back $3.50.
Two warnings, though: they don't take credit cards and their coffee, though good (it's Starbucks brand), comes in very small cups. A large looks like it should be a small.Despite these two setbacks, this place is pretty fun, and serves good food for little money. It's definitely worth the time to stop in!
From journal Dining Out in the Mid-hudson Valley
Charlotte, North Carolina
October 5, 2000
From journal A Day in Woodstock