Finally a national day I can get behind. It was a tough job having to sample all the tequila-infused goodness that Orlando has to offer, but truth be told it's all a blur at this point. To help you celebrate your love for tequila whether it be for #nationaltequiladay, #NationalMargaritaDay or if you're looking for the ultimate marg to sip on during Cinco De Mayo, here are my favorite spots for sipping on margaritas in Orlando.
A cornerstone of Downtown Orlando nightlife, Wall Street Cantina is always bustling with people looking for a good time. Known for their $3 all day everyday house Margarita's, Part of the Wall St. Plaza, Cantina has a full Margarita menu. Whether you prefer salt or sugar, frozen or on the rocks, you can mix and match and create your own ideal marg 7days a week.
The island-themed bar and restaurant serves up island food, music and margaritas. A great place to relax, Bahama Breeze has many margaritas to choose from with exotic flavors and traditional favorites. Can't decide? Try the margarita flight. Seen below, the flight lets you sample three unique flavors ( Grilled Pineapple, Hibiscus, and Tamarind).
Magnolia in Downtown Orlando is a favorite stop for the locals. Their margarita is made with fresh juices, sliced and squeezed right in front of your eyes.
Rocco’s Tacos offers a true taste of Mexico within a fun casual environment. Grab a bowl of their fresh made to order guacamole and sip on one of their many margaritas.
Back in 2008 Agave Azul opened its doors with the promise to serve the good souls of Orlando and surrounding areas with consistently outstanding Mexican fare. Their 45 ounce Chingon lime margarita comes frozen or on the rocks with an overturned coronita.
Cocina 214 is a contemporary Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurant. The name is a combination of the Spanish word for kitchen, "cocina" and the Dallas area code, "214." Their margarita game is strong. With 16 different margaritas to choose from you're sure to find your favorite.
Have a magnificent Margarita that we missed? Tell us in the comments below. #407area #alocalthing
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