Austin -- where is the best margarita?
hey everyone, i'm a first time poster.
recently i had an authentic margarita (tequila, fresh squeezed lime juice, and Cointreau) and now i'm hooked, who makes the best ritas in town? what about price?
My friends and I were all impressed this evening with the 'ritas at the new Santa Rita Tex Mex Cantina on 35th. I had the house marg on the rocks, and it was very good. Made with lime juice...not sweet and sour. They will also adjust it to your flavor if you like them a little more or a little less sweet.
My friends had the frozen margs: one house frozen, and the others had the mango frozens. They said the mango margs were some of the best they've had in town, with a fresh mango flavor.
Price wasn't bad...menu listed the house rocks at $4.95, and I think the frozens were right around there too. During happy hour, they are a dollar cheaper. Today's happy hour (Sunday) lasted until 6. Waitress said till 7 on saturdays.
Food was good too, but I guess that's a comment for another thread ;-)
I couldn't agree more, rudeboy. best basic rita is Polvo's.
Best unusual margarita, though, and truly my favorite drink in town for a refreshing summer drink is the rasberry rita at Eddie V's north. It's not on the menu. you have to ask for it.
Hey, speaking of which, i though you and i were scheduled for a drink, rudeboy. how bout this weekend?
Welcome! We need more posters here, esp for Austin.
Lots of restaurant are making good margaritas now. I was at Curra's last night - there were several choices sans sweet and sour and lots of good tequila choices. My food absolutely sucked. Don't order the Marisco soup, it smelled something awful (everyone at the table smeeled it right away) and they used little bait shrimp that tasted like sorbate).
My favorite plane ole house marg is at Polvo's. It's a pretty large glass and decently strong at $4.50.
El Chile on the E side has lots of good choices.