FIVE OF THE MOST UNIQUE SIPS ON NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY
Much like Santa Claus, National Margarita Day comes but once a year.
Here are five of the best margaritas in the city to help you make the most of Friday‘s tequila-based celebration.
With several specialty margaritas to choose from, decisions can be difficult, but theTamarind Margarita (above) with Casa Noble Reposado, Cointreau, tamarind puree and fresh lime is a complex combo of sweet, tangy and spicy.
$11. 4152 Cole Avenue, Uptown, (214-252-0200)
Surprise your date with flowers…in a margarita. Gran Centenario Azul tequila, hibiscus, sour mix, fresh lime juice and chile make the Hibiscus Margarita a refreshing choice for an afternoon on the patio.
$8.50. 3411 McKinney Ave., Uptown, (214-922-7080)
Skip the guacamole appetizer and drink it instead. Sort of. The Avocado Pineapple Margarita here blends fresh avocado and pineapple juice with Partida Silver tequila for a sweet and creamy sensation.
$12 1611 McKinney Ave., Downtown, (214-484-6555)
Work toward your daily allowance of fresh fruit with a Strawberry Basil Margarita poured with Sauza Blue, Cointreau, fresh citrus juices, basil leaves and muddled strawberries.
$10. 4123 Cedar Springs, Oak Lawn (214-522-3474)
Sissy’s Southern Kitchen
Don’t let the restaurant name fool you, the Jalapeño Margarita is not for the faint of heart. Patron Silver and Patron Citronge blend with Thatcher’s Blood Orange, Kaffir lime juice and fresh jalapeño for a real kick.
$12. 2929 Henderson Ave., Knox/Henderson (214-827-9900)