Raúl Musibay: Casa Juancho is the place we like to take out-of-town visitors for a very fancy formal meal. It's like stepping off a plane and finding yourself in Spain!
Jorge Castillo: Are you a wine connoisseur? They have a huge wine cellar here with many vintage wines from Spain.
Raúl Musibay: Casa Juancho is very popular, especially on weekends.
Jorge Castillo: Call ahead for a reservation.
Glenn Lindgren: Casa Juancho is well known for it's extensive tapas menu. Tapas is a tradition in the major cities of Spain, where people travel from bar to bar eating inexpensive appetizer-size portions of Spanish delights. At Casa Juancho, you can order several items from the tapas menu and enjoy them with your friends and a good bottle of wine. We especially like Casa Juancho's Fabada Asturiana very authentic.
Jorge Castillo: Another great item on the tapas menu here is Jamón Serrano, Queso Manchego y Chorizo (Spanish ham, sheep's cheese and sausage).
Glenn Lindgren: Casa Juancho features an extensive selection of seafood including an excellent rendition of Bacalao, or codfish served on a bed of sweet onions. You can't go wrong with any of the dishes featuring pargo (red snapper), salmón, or mero (grouper).
Jorge Castillo: Check out the Conejo al Jerez (rabbit in sherry sauce), Pollo a la Parrilla (grilled chicken), Cordero Sepúlveda (roast lamb), Chuletas de Cordero (tender lamb chops), and Pallarda de Ternera (grilled veal).
Glenn Lindgren: Want a real celebration? Order the paella for two or more. The presentation is great and of course, the paella is delicious.
Raúl Musibay: If you still have room after eating all of this great Spanish food, try a dessert.
HOURS: Monday through Thursday noon to 12:00 a.m. | Friday and Saturday noon to1:00 a.m. | Sunday noon to 12:00 a.m.
ATMOSPHERE: Business casual to dressy.
PRICES: Most entrees in the $15 to $30 range, some higher.
CREDIT CARDS: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
BAR: Full. Extensive wine cellar.
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