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Margaritas with a water view?

sukisooo Jun 20, 2008 09:42 AM

I am hoping to find a great Margarita tonight or this weekend with some outdoor seating and a water view. Was hoping for the Boston area, but would explore beyond...killer guacamole would be a bonus but it's the drink I am thirsting for. Thanks!

  1. phipsi102 Jun 21, 2008 07:48 AM

    Margaritas restaurant (I know, it's a cheesy chain) in Waltham has great, big margaritas, and a gorgeous big patio on the Charles River. My SO and I love to go there in the summer evenings.

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      kate used to be 50 Jun 20, 2008 01:09 PM

      You might want to try the Intercontential. One of the bars is Sushi-Teq. Tequila and sushi, which just sounds plain weird, but their tequila library is suppose to be excellent. I know there are water views from the outside patio, just don't know if they are serving outside.

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      1. re: kate used to be 50
        sukisooo Jun 20, 2008 01:31 PM

        Right! I remember hearing about it before the hotel officially opened. That is a great idea and they must have some fabulous views. Thanks!

        1. re: sukisooo
          SSqwerty Jun 20, 2008 05:11 PM

          Cafe Intrigue at the Boston Harbor Hotel. The drinks are great and the views are pure Boston.

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        Pegmeister Jun 20, 2008 10:22 AM

        I enjoy the water views from the lounge at Oceana in the Marriott on Long Wharf. Not sure what the status of the outside terrace is though. Last year it was closed. I never understood why they don't take advantage of this wonderful space. In any event, the lounge itself is a comfortable spot with nice water views. I haven't tried the margaritas but judging from the bar staff and drinks I've had in the past, I'm sure they would make it proper. Who knows maybe they opened up the terrace again. Anyone know?

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        1. re: Pegmeister
          steinpilz Jun 20, 2008 01:38 PM

          I have noticed in several states that marvelous waterfronts (ocean and lakefront, though I'd say the Charles is also under utilized) are almost entirely under-developed by local restaurant/bar owners. Other than relatively higher costs this is a mystery to me... a waterfront location would be my first choice if I wanted to open a restaurant.

          1. re: Pegmeister
            9lives Jun 21, 2008 08:08 AM

            I was in the area last night and it didn't appear tthat the outside terrace was open.

            That outside terrace used to be an almost secret oasis....close but so far from the raucous Tia's

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