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Juan's Grill Location:

1409 Main Street
Dunedin, Florida 34698
(727) 738-JUAN (5826)

671 Alderman Rd
Palm Harbor FL 34683
(727 ) 223-8555

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Monday - Thursday, 11 AM - 9 PM
Friday - Saturday 11 AM - 10 PM

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Juan’s Mexican Grill

“The place” to eat fast, affordable Mexican food in

Dunedin & Palm Harbor Florida


Juan's is a super friendly, neighborhood restaurant. You can get in and out quickly or sit down and enjoy a more leisurely meal and catch up with your friends or catch up on the latest news and sports on one of the big screen TV's.

Juan's motto is “Good food and service for everyone at a reasonable price.” When people first meet the owner, Mario Constantinou, most  like him instantly. He still has a slight accent from his native Cyprus and he is uncomfortable speaking in public. One on one, he’s a warm, engaging individual with a sharp mind and warm sense of humor.

“I want everyone who walks into Juan’s Grill to be greeted with a friendly smile," Mario promised.

Build a Burrito

Juan's friendly staff will build a burrito (or any other meal) with the ingredients that you want.

1. Choose Rice and Beans

2. Choose Meat and Veggies

3. Finish with Toppings

Fresh ingredients are one of the reasons that people return over and over to Mario’s restaurants. “We prepared and cook our meals daily. You can use fresh ingredients but if the food is allowed to sit around too long – it’s not going to taste good. Our food is cooked fresh each day.”

Mario also uses the same quality supplier so the food is always consistently good. “We will not switch suppliers to save a few pennies. Our customers like our ingredients so we stick to food suppliers are customers have grown to like.”


Mario Constantinou’s home is the Greek island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea where his father and other family members still live today. An even larger group of Mari'so family are now restaurant owners in Florida including his two brothers, sister and several cousins. “The United States has been good to our family,” Mario explained. Mario is a proud American citizen with Greek Cypriot heritage.

Mario followed his “uncle’s uncle” to the United States in 1976. Before opening County Boy Restaurant in 1984, Mario worked in Florida and up state New York restaurants before returning to Dunedin. Immediately before opening Juan’s Grill, Mario was a well know server in one of the top waterfront Pinellas fine-dining restaurants. “After working for my family and other successful restaurants, I wanted to open my own place,” Mario explained.