Did Someone Say Margaritas?
You don't need a holiday to enjoy these margs! Perfect for any day of the week, these drinks are sure to cool you off and help you kick back.
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1745 Wazee St. - Southmoor Park
1101 Walnut St. - Boulder
You can order a Rio Mini Marg, but what fun would that be? Go for a classic marg, frozen or on the rocks. And while you're at it make it mango, strawberry or manberry!
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3200 Pecos St. - LoHi
1401 Pearl St. - Boulder
Avanti is known for its outstanding food options, gorgeous views and even better drinks! Get the Mile High Marg for a classic drink, or you can browse the menu for something with a little spice. We suggest Pareja Picante.
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1585 S. Pearl St. - Platte Park
730 E. 6th Ave. - Capitol Hill
They don’t call it Uno Mas for nothing. This taco joint is a go-to for a variety of farm-to-table taco options and delightful drinks. Some fan favorites are the Cilantro Jalapeno Margarita and the classic coin style marg which comes in regular or mango!
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Ever think about adding egg whites to your margarita? Well, this badass bar and restaurant went ahead and did it for you. Ask for the Silk Pajamas Marg and enjoy every sip. If that's not your jam, stick to what you know with a refreshing beergarita!
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2030 W. 30th Ave. - Highlands
Sure, there's only one margarita on the menu at Linger, but trust us, it does not disappoint. The Mortuary Margarita is kept simple with tequila, seasonal fruit, lime and simple syrup so that each ingredient can do exactly what it needs to.
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3628 W. 32nd Ave. - Highlands
This isn't your typical Mexican joint. This certified-green restaurant uses locally-sourced ingredients, donates a portion of proceeds to local schools and provides staff with an opportunity to build a successful future. Now that's something to cheers to! While you're at it, try the Hibiscus Margarita or the Infused Margarita to get a kick out of your senses.
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2616 W. 32nd Ave. - Highlands
If you like a margarita that requires two hands to hold, then Patzcuaro’s is your spot. With over 43 years in the business, this family-owned Italian restaurant serves up delightful food and margs. Check out the Chambord Margarita, which includes Chambord Rasberry Liquor, agave nectar, fresh squeezed lime juice and Peligroso Silver Tequila with a sugar rim.
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1801 Broadway - Downtown
La Loma has deep roots in this city and offers a variety of margarita flavors including the El Jefe, made with a secret family recipe, and The Cadillac, which blends together the flavors of Herradura Reposado, Grand Marnier, Cointreau and house mix.
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Machete Tequila + Tacos
3570 E. Colfax - City Park
2817 E. 3rd Ave. - Cherry Creek
1730 Wynkoop St. - Union Station
With three locations to choose from and a host of yummy marg options, Machete Tequila + Tacos is the perfect treat. Try the Hibiscus Margarita with pineapple tequila, Hibiscus tea, mint syrup and lime juice. If you choose not to dine in, don't fret! You can still grab a liter of to-go margs for you and a friend! Or just you...we won't tell.
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3163 Larimer St. - RiNo
Mister Oso has a range of creative options to step up its House Margarita. You can make it spicy or tropical, or you can make it with mezcal. This Latin-inspired hideaway will make you feel like you stepped out of Denver, if only for the evening.
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7519 Grandview Ave. - Arvada
Lady Nomada is the newest concept from the team behind Perdida in Wash Park, so it's no surprise that the drink menu at Lady Nomada is large with various marg options. From Elderflower Prickly Pear to Cali Caliente, there's plenty of marg flavors to choose from. Grab your favorite, and let it cool you down on the hottest of days.