Ten Best Margaritas in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
4. Rocco's Taco's Cadillac Margarita
This local chain has one of the largest selections of tequila in South Florida (maybe even the state). So it should come as no surprise that it mixes up a damned good margarita. Although there is an entire list from which to choose, we prefer the spot's high-class spin on the classic. The Cadillac Margarita, available by the glass or pitcher ($12.50/$32), blends El Mayor Anejo tequila, Grand Marnier orange liqueur, and Rocco's House-made sour mix. It's simple yet oh-so-good.
3. Kapow! Noodle Bar's Spicy Lover
They say "Some like it hot." Here, that most certainly is the case. While this spot may be more of the Asian persuasion than a Mexican tequila joint, its talented bartenders definitely know how to throw down in the margarita department. The spicy lover ($10 -- $5 on Cinco de Mayo) mixes Partida reposado with cool cucumber, sour lime juice, distinctive green tabasco, invigorating cilantro, and sweet organic agave nectar. And the combo hits all the flavor nails on the head for the ideal merger of east meets west.
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