Happy National Margarita Day! Toast to the Alamo state’s favorite cocktail at one of these margarita-slinging San Antonio establishments. You’ll find drinks made with everything from vibrant prickly pear juice to jalapeño-infused tequila. Looking to celebrate at home? We have a few recipes for you to whip up in your kitchen, as well.
The days have started to slow and the temperature is hitting 90 degrees by noon, so I think we’re all in need of a refreshing cocktail. From a bourbon-spiked punch to Brazil’s favorite libation, the Caipirinha, there is something for everyone.
This Piña Rita tastes (and looks) like ‘vacation’ in a glass! You can get it at State Fare or Star Fish in Houston or bring the party home to your home bar with this recipe.
This brand new recipe for a Mojito Margarita is soon to become a new favorite. A classic margarita gets a fresh new spin with mint leaves.
This is a martini, if only for the glass in which it’s served! Cranberry syrup is a colorful cocktail infusion for the holidays, especially when cranberries are so abundant!
Smoky and sweet — what’s not to love about this totally Texan margarita from my friends at Z-Tejas in Austin! Made with blanco tequila, mezcal, muddled strawberries and garnished with a lime wheel.
Best get your fill of all the fun before the last and final day of Fiesta this Sunday! We can’t think of a more fitting way to say “until next year…” than with a round of ‘ritas and your favorite amigos–however you like’em!
Oh yes, it’s a creamy affair with fresh avocado in the mix of this margarita from El Burro in Austin. Hint: use Kold-Draft ice cubes and thank us later!
Score with the one and only ‘InVINCEable’ Margarita from the Vince Young Steakhouse in Austin, Texas. Patron all the way!
Three simple ingredients, shake, strain and garnish. Voila! Many thanks to Jaime Salas, the National Milagro Ambassador, for sharing! The freshest indeed!
Round up the troops! National Margarita Day is THIS Wednesday, February 22nd. To prepare, we’ve sampled our way through a number of tasty fixings from right here in the Lone Star State. ¡Salud!
Made with Ancho Reyes – a spicy/sweet ancho chile liqueur you must try. It adds a unique touch to this classic Milagro margarita! The Anchorita was created by Licorera Ancho Reyes and the CIA in Mexico and inspired from a 1920’s-era recipe.
This famous fixture on Boudro’s cocktail menu is now yours to savor at home! It’s one of my favorite margaritas and certainly packs a punch. Enjoy!
The key to a great margarita is the ingredients; if you cut corners on the staples you cut the flavor! For Hugo’s Rita you’ll need Sauza Silver, Triple Sec, simple syrup and fresh lime juice.
Whoa! Talk about festive! This Grilled Spiced Beet Margarita is one of three unique flavor options from The Pastry War, a vibrant watering hole, or “mezcaleria,” off Main Street in Houston.