Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.Casa Juancho Restaurant Review:
Casa Juancho is a Miami go-to for late-night dining (after 9 p.m.). Dark brick, red tiles, and fabrics and pottery from Spain create the feel of a Spanish hacienda with boisterous Spanish Tuna (musicians) roving around. Start with tapas such as piquillo peppers stuffed with codfish mousse or Galician-style octopus. Entrées include braised rabbit with sherry and thyme; roast suckling pig, tail...
"Wonderful" tapas and "very good" paella keep regulars coming back to this "charming" Spanish "landmark" in Little Havana that also boasts an "excellent" wine list; tabs might get a "little expensive" for the area, but this "institution" delivers "friendly", "polite" service and a "fun atmosphere" via nightly live music in a "rustic" setting that epitomizes "Old Miami at its best."
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors:
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A cozy restaurant that serves typical Spanish cuisine.:
From the outside, Juancho looks like an old Spanish villa. Inside, there are stone walls, comfortable wooden chairs, and low ceilings supported by heavy wooden beams. As in the...