Monday, December 17, 2012


~Now Hiring~

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2nd Shift (5pm-9:30pm).
3rd Shift (9pm-3am) Fri & Sat only.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012


On Monday, December 17th we'll be closing at 2pm for our company Christmas party and reopen Tuesday, December 18th at 11:30am

Closed from Saturday, December 22nd through Thursday, January 3rd.

Enjoy your Holidays!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Thanksgiving weekend.

Hi everyone!!! we will be close on thanksgiving day. No late nights this coming friday & saturday (open till 9pm both days). Happy thanksgiving to you and your family!!!

Don Juan Mex Grill.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

$5 OFF your first online order.

Order online and received $5 off your 1st order. visit us at
Enter promo code at checkout : 31donju

Offer only valid for first-time grubhub diners. order must be placed online with a credit card and cannot becombined with cash. Food and beverage subtotal must be at least $5.01. Not valid with any other promotions. 

See for official rules.

Expires 10/31/2012

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Late nights are back!!!

Starting this coming friday August 31st, we will be open until 2:30am every friday & saturday night...

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Turn Your Smartphone into our Loyalty Card

Join Don Juan Mex Grill on LoyalBlocks. Download the free LoyalBlocks app, get deals and perks every time you walk in.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Having a party? Don Juan's salsas can spice things up!!!

You can now order your favorite Don Juan’s salsa in advance for any special occasion, flavors include:
Mild, hot, too much hot, salsa verde, pineapple kiwi, mango pineapple, strawberry pineapple, pico de gallo, chipotle tomato.  for more information please stop in at our location: 518 march St. Easton PA or call us at 610-438-5661 or email us at

Sunday, July 15, 2012

We'll be on vacation returning Monday July 30th

Dear Customers,

Starting sunday July 15th, we will be on vacation taking muchas siestas, returning Monday July 30th. See you pronto (soon!!!).

Don Juan's Team.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Health Benefit of Pinto Beans

Health Benefits of Pinto Beans 
  • Pinto beans, like most of the other beans, are rich in fibers that are known for lowering cholesterol.
  • The beans are rich in fiber, which restrains the blood sugar level from rising rapidly after a meal. Because of this factor, they prove to be an excellent food for individuals suffering from diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia.
  • Pinto beans help in stabilizing the blood sugar levels, while providing consistent slow-burning energy to the body.
  • The soluble fibers present in these beans form a gel-like substance in the digestive tract, which links with the bile and removes it from the body.
  • Pinto beans also contain insoluble fibers, which prevent constipation and also help increase the stool bulk. Several digestive disorders, like the bowel syndrome and diverticulosis, can be prevented by regular intake of pinto beans.
  • The beans are rich in molybdenum, folate, manganese, protein, vitamin B1 and minerals like iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and copper, which are highly beneficial to health.
  • Pinto beans enrich the body with fat-free high quality protein, when eaten with combination of whole grains like brown rice.
  • The beans prove highly helpful in preventing heart diseases. They are rich in fiber, folate, magnesium and potassium, all of which play significant role in preventing the heart diseases.
  • Pinto beans are extremely helpful for people sensitive to sulfites. Sulfites are the preservatives added to foods like salads. People sensitive to sulfites may experience rapid heartbeat, headache or disorientation after consuming them in high amount. However, the molybdenum present in pinto beans detoxifies sulfites and proves extremely helpful.
  • The beans are highly healthy for menstruating women, pregnant women, lactating women, growing children and adolescents, who have a greater need for iron in their body.
  • Pinto beans have an added advantage of being fat-free, unlike the red meat. Thus, they are richer source of iron, in comparison to the red meat.
  • The manganese and copper present in the beans are important cofactors of the oxidative enzyme called superoxide dismutase. This enzyme disarms free radicals created inside the mitochondria.
  • The copper present in pinto beans promotes the activity of lysyl oxidase. Lysyl oxidase is an enzyme engaged in cross-linking collage and elastin, which in turn build up the ground substance and flexibility in bones, joints and blood vessels.
  • Both the iron and copper present in the beans help in hemoglobin synthesis.
  • Pinto beans also contain vitamin B, which is not only active in energy production, but also has important brain cell/cognitive function. It helps in the synthesis of acetylcholine, which is an important neurotransmitter required for memory.
You can add Pinto Beans to your favorite burrito, bowl, salad @ Don Juan Mex Grill

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Health Benefits of avocados (Guacamole)

Health Benefits of Avocados

benefits of avocadosHere are ten reasons to eat an avocado a day:

Prostate Cancer Prevention
Avocados have been shown to inhibit the growth of prostate cancer.

Oral Cancer Defense
Research has shown that certain compounds in avocados are able to seek out pre-cancerous and cancerous oral cancer cells and destroy them without harming healthy cells.

Breast Cancer Protection
Avocado, like olive oil, is high in oleic acid, which has been shown to prevent breast cancer in numerous studies.

Eye Health
Avocados have more of the carotenoid lutein than any other commonly consumed fruit. Lutein protects against macular degeneration and cataracts, two disabling age-related eye diseases.

Lower Cholesterol
Avocados are high in beta-sitosterol, a compound that has been shown to lower cholesterol levels. In one study, 45 volunteers experienced an average drop in cholesterol of 17% after eating avocados for only one week.

Heart Health
One cup of avocado has 23% of the recommended daily value of folate. Studies show that people who eat diets rich in folate have a much lower incidence of heart disease than those who don't. The vitamin E, monounsaturated fats, and glutathione in avocado are also great for your heart.

Stroke Prevention
The high levels of folate in avocado are also protective against strokes. People who eat diets rich in folate have a much lower risk of stroke than those who don't.

Better Nutrient Absorption Research has found that certain nutrients are absorbed better when eaten with avocado. In one study, when participants ate a salad containing avocados, they absorbed five times the amount of carotenoids (a group of nutrients that includes lycopene and beta carotene) than those who didn't include avocados.

Glutathione Source
Avocados are an excellent source of glutathione, an important antioxidant that researchers say is important in preventing aging, cancer, and heart disease.

Vitamin E Powerhouse
Avocados are the best fruit source of vitamin E, an essential vitamin that protects against many diseases and helps maintains overall health.

Add Avocado (Guacamole) to your favorite burrito, bowl, salad, tacos or just eat it with chips @ Don Juan Mex Grill.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Health Benefits of Tomatoes

Health benefits of tomatoes include treating urinary tract infections, skin ailments and diabetes, lowering hypertension, and they are also good for gut health and eyesight. Tomato is considered both a vegetable and fruit and forms an integral part of cuisine round the globe. It boosts the health of a person if consumed daily. It contains numerous antioxidants which combat various types of cancer. Also tomato is rich in minerals and vitamins and also protects the heart from cardiovascular diseases. Also, tomato prevents urinary tract infections and hypertension, and promotes eye health.

Health benefits of tomatoes have been known to mankind from ancient times. Following are some benefits of tomatoes:
  • If tomatoes are consumed in large amount, they help in improving the texture and color of the skin.
  • Also, tomatoes are good blood purifiers.
  • They help in the cases of congestion of liver and also dissolve gallstones. They also protect liver from cirrhosis.
  • Tomatoes act like a natural antiseptic and hence protect from infections. Nicotinic acid present in tomatoes help in reducing blood cholesterol levels thereby preventing heart disorders.
  • Vitamin K present in tomatoes help in preventing hemorrhages.
  • Tomatoes contain lycopene. Lycopene is the red pigment present in tomatoes. It acts as a powerful antioxidant which fights cancer cells.
  • According to the studies of American Medical Association, daily consumption of tomatoes decreases the oxidative stress in type 2 diabetes.
  • Tomato helps in reducing the risk of developing hypertension.
  • Vitamin A in tomato aids in preventing macular degeneration and night blindness, and in improving vision.
Have some tomatoes @ Don Juan Mex Grill with your favorite tacos, burritos, bowls & quesadillas in the form of salsas, pico de gallo, or just plain...

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Burrito Of The Week: Hottie Got Beef.

Reg tortilla, rice, pinto beans, beef, jalapenos, extra hot
peppers, hot sauce, cheese blend, sour cream, crushed chips, lettuce.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Health Benefits of Cilantro

Cilantro is a popular Mediterranean herb commonly recognized in Asia as coriander. It is widely employed in particularly savory dishes all cultures both in modern as well as traditional cusines.The herb contains many notable plant derived chemical compounds that are known to have disease preventing and health-promoting properties. It is quite similar to dill in utility terms of its leaves and seeds which can be used as seasoning.
Botanically, the herb belongs to the family of apiaceae, of the genus: Coriandrum. Scientific name: Coriandrum sativum.
Cilantro herb is native to Mediterranean and Asia Minor (Turkey) regions. This perennial plant requires well-draining fertile soil supplemented with warm summer climates to flourish. It grows 1 to 2 feet in height and features dark green, hairless, soft leaves that are variable in shape, broadly lobed at the base of the plant, and slender and feathery higher on near the flowering stems. The leaves and stem have slightly citrus flavor. It bears umbels of small white or light pink flowers in midsummer, followed by round-oval shaped aroamtic seeds.

Health benefits of cilantro (coriander)

  • Cilantro herb contains no cholesterol; but is rich in anti-oxidants and dietary fiber which help reduce LDL or "bad cholesterol" while increasing HDL or "good cholesterol" levels.
  • The leaves and seeds contain many essential volatile oils such as borneol, linalool, cineole, cymene, terpineol, dipentene, phellandrene, pinene and terpinolene.
  • The leaves and stem tips are also rich in numerous anti-oxidant polyphenolic flavonoids such as quercetin, kaempferol, rhamnetin and epigenin.
  • The herb is a good source of minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Iron is essential for red blood cell production. Manganese is used by the body as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.
  • It is also rich in many vital vitamins including folic-acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin-A, beta carotene, vitamin-C that are essential for optimum health. Vitamin-C is a powerful natural antioxidant. Cilantro leaves provides 30% of daily recommended levels of vitamin-C.
  • It provides 6748 IU of vitamin-A per 100 g, about 225% of recommended daily intake. Vitamin-A, an important fat soluble vitamin and anti-oxidant, is also required for maintaining healthy mucus membranes and skin and is also essential for vision. Consumption of natural foods rich in vitamin-A and flavonoids (carotenes) helps body protect from lung and oral cavity cancers.
  • Cilantro is one of the richest herbal sources for vitamin K; provides about 258% of DRI. Vitamin-K has potential role in bone mass building by promoting osteotrophic activity in the bones. It also has established role in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease patients by limiting neuronal damage in their brain.
  • The coriander seeds oil have found application in many traditional medicines as analgesic, aphrodisiac, anti-spasmodic, deodorant, digestive, carminative, fungicidal, lipolytic (weight loss), stimulant and stomachic.
Just imagine! Cilantro leaves provides only 39 cal/100 g, but their phyto-nutrients profile is no less than any high calorie food source; be it nuts, pulses or cereals or meat group.

This humble backyard herb provides (% of RDA/100g)-
15% of folates,
11% of vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine),
45% of vitamin C,
225% of vitamin A,
258% of vitamin K,
22% of iron and
18% of manganese.
(Note: RDA-Recommended daily allowance)


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Burrito of the week: "BLACK BEAN"

Regular tortilla, black beans, lettuce, cheese blend, pico de gallo, hot sauce, sour cream, cilantro chipotle sauce, fresh cilantro.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Delivery starting Sunday May 20th

For the convenience of our customers, we are starting to deliver (2 miles) starting this Sunday May 20th, 7 days a week.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Health Benefits of Pineapple.

You may well know that pineapples taste delicious, but do you know what types of vitamins and minerals are inside this tropical fruit, and why eating pineapple benefits your health?

Pineapple Origins
Most of us associate the pineapples birth place to be Hawaii, but it's actually South America where the pineapple originated, and then it was later transported to Hawaii in the 1700's. Hawaii do supply the largest amount of pineapples in America. However, China supply the whole world with a larger production of pineapples than any other country.

Benefits of Pineapple

Bromelain is a powerful enzyme, which is extracted from pineapple cores. (Most pineapple cores are inedible, but you can find some that are soft enough to eat). Once the enzyme is collected, it's often turned into supplement tablets. Bromelain is a popular supplement for athlete's, and also for people who just want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The pineapple enzyme helps with the digestive system to break down our foods, and clean blood by removing debris and toxins from the blood stream. Bromelain enzyme contains anti-inflammatory properties that benefits our internal organs. The enzyme also speeds up recovery after external injuries and reduces swelling. Eating pineapple fruit has also been known to reduce 'ulcerative colitis'.

Manganese is a vitamin that our body can't produce on its own. We need to find daily sources of manganese from food we eat. Pineapple is agreat source of Manganese. Manganese is responsible for bone formation, healing wounds, and keeping skin healthy. It regulates blood sugar levels, and helps with the immune system to fight off disease. Regularly eating pineapple will ensure you're consuming enough manganese in your diet.

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a 'water soluble vitamin', which means it doesn't store in the body. We need to take Vitamin C every day in order to replenish its levels. Pineapple is a great source to find a daily dose of Vitamin C. It helps in the formation of collagen, collagen is a protein that grows new skin and blood vessels. The benefit of taking vitamin C is also believed to keep away the common cold.

Vitamin B1
Vitamin B1 is partly responsible for the development of energy in the body, turning carbohydrates into the daily energy we need. Vitamin B1 is important for the nervous system and muscle functions. Vitamin B1 also goes by the name 'thiamine' . As well as being found in Pineapples, thiamine can be found in meat, whole-grain foods, leafy vegetables and egg yolks.

Pineapple helps combat Joint Pain
Eating a big chunk of pineapple a day, will help keep joint pain at bay. Drinking a glass of pineapple juice a day can alleviate the oncoming signs of arthritis. This is due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Other natural sources that'll combat inflammation include, cherry juice, fresh ground flax seed, Garlic, Rosehip and Turmaric.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Burrito of the week : The Shariyonator

Wheat tortilla, rice, black beans, chicken, tofu, cheese blend, BBQ, crushed chips, tomatoes, jalapenos, lettuce.

Designed by Shariyah Gordon

Monday, April 2, 2012

Don Juan's "Burrito Guys" Delivery Service coming in May...

Watch for "The Burrito Guys" Don Juan Mex Grill's delivery service coming in may...

Burrito of the week: After Practice Gags

Reg tortilla, rice, pinto & black beans, carnitas, cheese blend, chipotle dressing, corn, lettuce, fresh cilantro, pico de gallo.

Designed by Jake Mann.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Chia Seeds Superfood

Chia Seeds brings jaw-dropping numbers of unsurpassed nutrition along with amazing health benefits. It is certainly a convenient way to improve your health, feel better about yourself, and make the most out of life. With over 27 key nutrients, Chia seeds contain six times more calcium than milk does. It also comes with 100% more Omega-3 nutrients than salmon as well as 41% of your overall daily fiber needs. For only forty-one calories in a single serving of Chia seeds, when it comes to monitoring your daily nutrition, there is no guesswork.

Check out some of these amazing nutrition facts Chia Seeds have over other health powerhouses!

chia seeds nutrition compare
Now available to add to your favorite, burrito, bowl, salad & smoothie @ Don Juan Mex Grill.

Monday, March 26, 2012

$5 Off first time online orders

Go to our website and click "online ordering" Enter promo code at check out:  donju5                          
Offer only valid for first time grubhub diners. Orders must be placed onlne with a credit card and cannot be combined with cash. Fod and beverage order subtotal must be at least $5.01. Limit 1 coupon per order. not valid with any other promotions.

See for official rules.
Offer expires 5-15-2012

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Burrito of the week: "The BDS".

Reg tortilla, rice, black beans, beef, cheese blend, hot sauce,  crushed chips, jalapeños, tomato.

Designed by Jared Piette.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Burrito of the week: "The Tigre Burrito".

Reg tortilla, rice, black beans, carnitas, hot sauce, guacamole, onions, jalapeños, lettuce, fresh cilantro.

Designed by Taimoor "tigre" Sohail. "Lafayette college."

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Burrito of the week: BBQing with Julia Bell

Reg tortilla, rice, black beans,   chicken,cheese blend, BBQ sauce, sour cream, crushed chips, lettuce, green peppers, onions, corn.

Created by Julia Bell.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Burrito of the week: The Father O'Toole

Regular tortilla, rice, black beans, beef, lettuce, tomato, cheese blend, cilantro chipotle dressing, sour cream.

Designed by Matt E.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Burrito of the week : Economics Department

Wheat or regular tortilla, rice, black beans, spiced tofu, cheese blend, cilantro chipotle dressing, hot sauce, sour cream, guacamole, tomatoes, serrano peppers, corn, lettuce.

Designed by Ed Gamber, Lafayette College.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Burrito of the week: "Merri McCann's Mexican Cheesesteak."

This week's winner is Merri McCann from Lafayette College, she put together a delicious combination that include the following ingridients: reg tortilla, black beans, seasoned ground beef, xtra cheese blend, cilantro chipotle dressing, guacamole, onions, jalapenos, corn, lettuce.
see you next week with a new winner and a new burrito creation full of flavor...

Don Juan.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Burrito of the week: Veggilicious

Wheat tortilla, rice, black beans, lettuce, Pico de gallo, cheese blend, cilantro chipotle dressing, tomatoes, corn, jalapeños, onions.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Burrito of the Week: The DU

The DU Burrito:

Flour tortilla, pinto beans, ground beef, hot sauce, cheese blend, lettuce, tomatoes, corn.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Name your Burrito and get on the Menu Board!!!

Get creative and design your own burrito and give it whatever name you want!!! Name your burrito designs will be featured weekly on our menu board with your own name for the world to see!!!! Send your creation to our facebook page, twitter, or Our first burrito design will be featured the week of January 23rd.

Tortilla (pick one or two):  

o   White 
o   Wheat

Beans (pick one or two):

o   Pinto
o   Black
o   No beans

Protein (pick one or two):
o   Chicken
o   Beef
o   “Carnitas” Slow Roasted Pork
o   Tofu

Straight from the earth (for enhanced flavor pick multiple) :

o   Green peppers
o   Onions
o   Tomatoes
o   Jalapenos
o   Serrano peppers
o   Corn
o   Lettuce
o   Cilantro
o   Pico de gallo

More good stuff (for enhanced flavor pick multiple):

o   Cheese blend
o   Cilantro Chipotle Dressing
o   Hot Sauce
o   BBQ Sauce
o   Sour Cream
o   Crushed Chips
o   Guacamole

Name of your burrito design:_________________________________________________
Your Name:__________________________ Your Email:____________________________

Winners will be notified by email so you can brag to your friends!!!!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

New Deals & Specials

Happy new year!!! check us out on foursquare to unlock weekly deals and specials...